Many of us think that maintaining long hair is a tough task but we never realized that long and healthy hair adds to the beauty of women. Some people suffer from hair loss and other hair problems such as dandruff, thinning hair, split ends hair problems etc inhibits the growth of our hair and gives a bad hair. To grow long hair and strong like in the picture below you have to follow the rules of simple hair home remedies that I will list for you right now. If you follow these tips and keep the hair on a regular basis you can get beautiful hair looks awesome in a few months. Should you need is patience and proper care of your precious hair.
Long hair care
Because the scalp hair grows on average half an inch per month, according to the American Academy of Dermatology, medicine often seeks to enhance the process of hair growth. While 90 percent of the hair grows at a certain time, grow long hair may seem to be a slow progression. Various home remedies and treatments have been used to promote hair growth. Many of the items used on the hair is usually found in most kitchens or purchased at low cost at the grocery store.
Apply a couple of tablespoons of olive oil to wet hair. Massage the oil into the scalp. Use a fine-tooth comb to evenly distribute the oil. For treatment again, place a plastic cap on your head, and leave the oil in your hair overnight. The hair will be conditioned, and the oil will prevent breakage and split ends.
Peel and place 1-2 garlic in blender. Mix with a smooth paste. Strain the juice of onion mixture. Add two eggs to the mixture and blend well. Apply the mixture to your hair once a week, allowing it to sit for 10 minutes before rinsing.
Regularly visit the salon or Barber to trim split ends. Healthy hair will grow faster than the damaged hair. Trim your hair every six to eight weeks.
Rub and massage the scalp for 2-3 minutes each day, longer if desired. Blood flow and circulation in the scalp will be increased, thereby increasing stimulation and hair growth.
Eating a healthy diet that is rich in vitamins such as fresh fruits and vegetables. The leafy spinach and broccoli are recommended. Take a multivitamin every day. Make sure you sleep seven to eight hours a day.