How Do I Make My Hair Grow Faster?

Question by Landon: How do I make my hair grow faster?
If I get my spilt ends cut will that make my hair grow faster? What can I do to make my hair grow faster?

Best answer:

Answer by Shazaan
OK, so I was obsessed with the same question about two months ago, and I was searching every website for an answer and tbh the only answer is:


I know you’ll think that answer is rubbish, but honestly its true. I had a haircut on Dec 14, lairs, to get rid of the splits ends I’d had for a year, and literally within 2 weeks it was back to the same length. And I LOVED my haircut, I was so lucky, I was taking a giant risk but I totally looked like a supermodel.

Hair cut definitely
Good shampoo and conditioner for YOUR hair type.
Brushing hair often


Answer by Samie
If you cut your split ends, it’ll make your hair look healthier! I’m not sure that it will make your hair grow faster though..
You can grow your hair faster by…
-showering less (natural oils are produced that promote hair growth)
-eat nutritiously (eat more vitamins, and protein)

I think there are some supplements out there to grow hair faster, maybe they’ll work, go to your pharmacist.
Other than that, there isn’t much more tips to help grow hair faster. Be patient, that’s how nature intended dead skin cells to grow from our scalp. 😛

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