How to Make Thin Hair Thicker
Nowadays, we fall into the trap of a quick fix trying to skip the in between in the effort to save time. As life often teaches us, some things you just can’t rush. If your situation is dire you should consult your primary doctor to verify if you are not suffering from anything internally that could possibly effect your thinning hair or hair loss. Ultimately overall health comes from within so ensure that you’re taking in all the good stuff along with the steps I’ve just mentioned will help you reach your healthy hair weave goal! We know it’s hard being patient, but if you trust the process the following steps will work!
First thing you should do is evaluate if you’re overdue for a cut/trim. It’s suggested that you trim your remy virgin hair every 3-6 months (depending on hair type) in order to keep your hair healthy and thriving. Keeping dead ends doesn’t do you any good and if you’ve experienced heat damage it’s wise that you cut that off too.
- Deep conditioning is a must!
Whether you pay your hair stylist a visit or opt to do it at home, deep conditioning is necessary at least once a month. Conditioner aids in strengthening your locks and gives it its shine. Everyone’s hair type is different so you might need to up the frequency.
- Massage your scalp for increased blood flow
It all begins at the scalp. Neglecting the roots Also, take the time to examine the health of your scalp because that can be a reason why your hair hasn’t reached your goal. If your case looks more severe I highly recommend you consult a professional to verify if you need something more.
- Don’t forget to take your vitamins
Multi vitamins are good for you inside and out so you can kill 2 birds with one stone! Vitamins help strengthens your extensions hair from root to end and assists with preventing breakage.
- WATER IS YOUR BEST FRIEND
I’m sure you’ve heard this time and time again, but it’s absolutely true. Water is almost always the cure for everything. Want radiant skin? Drink more water. Want a higher credit score? Drink water. Ok I’m kidding about the credit score but the point is DRINK MORE WATER.