Thursday, 21 January 2016

Effortless Ways To Grow Your Hair

How To Grow Your Hair
Wouldn't we all love to have healthy, long locks like most of the Disney princesses do? One question I occasionally get asked is how do I get my hair so long and healthy. So for today's post I decided to give you some personal tips and advice on how to achieve healthy, long hair that have worked for me over the past few years.

Avoid Heat | I don't know if any of you remember I mentioned in a post over a year ago that I stopped using heat on my hair and I 100% think my hair looks as long and healthy because of this. I wash my hair in the evenings to let it dry overnight, I mostly plait my hair to achieve waves and on the off chance I do use heat I spray my hair with the Toni&Guy Heat Protection Spray. I am always on Pinterest pinning different simple, heat-less hairstyles to get creative with my hair and not become bored. There are so many heat-free hairstyles that look amazing!

Drink Water | It has became an everyday ritual for me to consume at least 2 litres of water in my diet. Since doing this I have noticed a dramatic results in both my hair and body. I know drinking water can seem a bit tedious but putting it in a cute mason jar with a straw and some fresh fruit can make it easier to drink. Trust me the benefits of drinking water is amazing and such a simple, effortless way to achieve healthy hair.

Vitamins | As well as drinking water another simple way to achieve long hair is to take vitamins. This is something that gets underrated as not a lot of people mention the benefits of them. I take the Skin, Hair and Nail vitamins everyday from Zipvit and can definitely see a dramatic result in growth in both my hair and nails. 

Hair Medicine | I have been taking a spoonful of the Fountain Hair Molecule* everyday now to help the growth of my hair. This is a beauty supplement that can leave your hair looking strong and healthier. I must admit out of everything I do this is definitely the best for achieving long hair, it's incredible and definitely worth the splurge if you are serious on getting longer hair. I noticed results within the first week of taking this and that to me is quick for a beauty supplement.

Other Methods | A few other things I do that have benefited my hair in the long wrong is to not wash it frequently. I try to avoid washing my hair as much as possible, unless I have work or somewhere important to be. I also try to avoid brushing my hair as much which I think has helped stop any knots or chunks of hair falling out.


What are your secrets to growing your hair??
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  1. Drinking water is something I really must do more of because I know its also good for your skin as well as hair - great tips!

    Lucy | Forever September

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    1. I think maybe drinking it out of cute cups or add some fruit in can help!


      Katie ♥

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  2. Drinking two litres of water is something I do religiously now and I've found my hair and nails are far healthier from it. When I plait my hair before bed, it seems to help a lot, there's far less breakages the next day! x

    Jodie | Jodie Loue

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    1. Aw I know I'm the same it makes such a difference doesn't it?!


      Katie ♥

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  3. I think that the best thing for growing healthy hair is definitely to drink water; I had my hair cut in August to my shoulders and already in January it's back down to my lower back, I've made a conscious effort to drink more water and I couldn't be happier!

    Isabelle | www.isabellekategm.co.uk ♡

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    1. aw that sounds amazing! I am with you on that one it does make a massive change in your body


      Katie ♥

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  4. I hadn't even heard of these hair supplements, thank you for telling us :)

    Rosy | Sparkles of Light Blog

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    1. Glad you found it useful!


      Katie ♥

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  5. I've been taking a bcomplex and it seems to be making a difference in my hair, less fall out, more length, and I need to drink more water! http://maybemayhemmakeup.blogspot.com.au/

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    1. Glad its been making a difference!


      Katie ♥

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  6. I´ve noticed how good drinking more water, less heat and less frequent washing are for my hair. Right now I´m down to washing my hair only once a week (which disgusts most people when I tell them) but my hair only looks gross on the last two days and since that´s the weekend I spent most of my time inside on my own anyway. There´s always dry shampoo if you need it. I haven´t had split ends in over a year & I´ve bleached my tips several times during that time.
    xx Lisa | Following Lisa

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    1. That's amazing! What is your secret? I would love to only wash my hair once a week


      Katie ♥

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  7. I've been trying to grow my hair for so long and nothing works! but probably is the heat. I'll try your tips :)

    www.blossomikebana.com

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    1. Heat can have such a huge impact on your hair and let me know how you get on


      Katie ♥

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  8. Great tips, I find no heat and washing my hair a bit less help!

    Sophie x

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    1. I need to wash my hair a bit less more often, but it can be quite difficult!


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  9. I have very long hair yet I'm always wanting to grow it longer! Thank you for your tips, I'll have to see if I can work a few of these into my daily routine :)
    Megan x
    London Callings

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    1. Aw I hope they work out for you!

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