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8 Tried & True Bridal Hair Remedies For Fast Hair Growth

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tip for bridal hair growth before the big day

So many of my brides are in the same boat this year.  They want long luxurious hair, their own hair!  Without the use of extensions!  So how do you grow your hair in the fastest most natural way possible?  I’ve collected 8 natural remedies for fast natural hair growth.  For those brides on a budget these natural remedies may be your ticket to gorgeous long locks on your big day.

1.  Rinse Your Hair With Green Tea

Dubai based blogger and beauty influencer Huda Heidi Kattan shares her best tip for thickening your hair. Soak green teabags in hot water for 4 hours, shampoo, condition and then do a final rinse using the green tea. Huda claims it takes about a month to see the results.

2.  9 Simple Ways to Coconut Milk to Improve Your Hair Quickly

Mane Addicts Blog is one of my favourite hair blogs.  It’s filled with tons of useful hair tips, tricks and great videos from industry experts.  They claim that the vitamin C and E found in coconut milk is a powerful ingredient for healthy hair, skin, bones and overall wellness.  Take a look at the 9 different ways you can add coconut milk into your hair routine.

3.  Indian Gooseberry (aka: Amla)

If you’re anything like me when you get stressed out you have to deal with a lot of hair fall out.  Geesh!  🙄 It’s so frustrating isn’t it?  Well, here are 8 different ways you can add Amla into your hair routine to help combat hair fall out.   This yellow-green fruit appears to have more than just hair growth benefits, Wholefoods Magazine shares more health benefits from using it.

4.  The Indians Know Best

This little lady shows us how to mix a little of this and a little of that to get hair that grows at record speed!

5.  Eggs Aren’t Just For Breakfast…

I used to do this a lot as a teenager but somehow I forgot about it until doing my research for this blog post.  It really does help with hair that’s been damaged which therefore helps with hair growth.  Take an egg, (if you have longer hair use more than 1 egg) then add a drop or 2 of lemon juice.  (this helps with the smell) Whisk the mixture together.  Wash your hair using a non silicone shampoo – a clarifying shampoo is best.  Squeeze the excess water from your hair.  Apply the egg mixture to your scalp and hair, wrap your hair in a towel and wait 20 – 30 minutes. Rinse your hair well and then apply a light conditioner.  Vicki’s tip:  use only the egg white if you suffer from an oily scalp

6.  Turn on the Tap & Drink More Water

Yeah, yeah, I know you’re sick of me saying this to you when it comes to skin and skin care!  Here are the facts for why this works for your hair as well.  Water hydrates the body and gets your circulatory stystem moving and also hydrates your hair folicles.  Dry damaged hair won’t grow as quickly as healthy nourished hair.  Drink more water.  It’s a cheap and affordable way to ensure you nourish your hair from the inside out.

7.  Massage Vitamin E Oil Into Your Scalp

Prick with a needle 1 or 2 vitamin E capsules into a small bowl, add a tablespoon of another oil such as grapeseed, sesame or olive oil and mix well.   Massage well into your scalp and hair and let sink in overnight. Wash hair as normal  in the morning.  Try doing this once a week for 6 weeks and you should see above average hair growth results.

8.  Castor Oil For Speedy Results

I’ve heard about this remedy for years.  I know models who use this to grow eyelashes and eyebrows as well as using castor oil for rapid hair growth.  Wellness mama wrote a blog post on this very subject just a couple of days ago.  She lets us in on the benefits and how she managed to improve her own hair growth.

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Vicki Millar is a multiple award winning makeup artist and hair stylist based in Toronto, Canada.
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