Having a long hair is often considered as a sign of beauty: It also means youth and vitality and many people associate it with health as well. Most of the women, if not all of them, would love to be able to grow their hair to a long, flowing length.


Unfortunately, this is not always the case did you know that there is no scientific formula that has been proven to accelerate or stimulate hair growth? This is due to the fact that hair growth largely depends on many factors, such as the weather, your age, the food you eat, living habits and overall health. These being said, there are various things you can do to grow your hair longer and we will give you 10 hair growth tips below.

1. Eat More Protein:

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It’s true that we are what we eat and the same goes for your hair. Hair is built primarily of the protein keratin, so it makes sense to assume that those swaying locks you’ve always dreamed of will require you to ramp up your protein intake to grow longer and stronger. If your hair is thin and breaks easily due to day-to-day wear and tear, try adding more protein rich foods such as fish, almonds, soy, fat free yogurt, or lean poultry to your diet.

2. Rinse with Apple Cider Vinegar:


Apple cider vinegar is a great way to remove the dirt, grime and pollution that can accumulate on your hair, as well as strip away the residue that is left by hair products. Not only apple cider vinegar can help boost your hair growth, but also, being a natural detangling and shine improving treatment, it can tremendously change the appearance of your locks, of course, for better – hair becomes softer, shinier, stronger and looks healthier! Add two tablespoons of vinegar into a litter of water and rinse your hair with this homemade healthy conditioner; use this treatment as the final step of your shampooing/conditioning routine.

3. Eat Flax Seeds:


A daily dose of flax seeds will keep you and your hair vibrant and beautiful. Flax seeds are loaded with omega-3, copper, selenium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorous, B vitamins, and amino acids these nutrients are important for healthy hair growth and strength.

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