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As women, we have all wondered at one point how to grow our hair faster. We've tried everything short of magic to coax our hair to becoming softer, fuller and longer. Maybe you're recovering from a bad haircut or you're simply sick of short hair, whatever the case may be, we have all been there. While it does take time for hair to grow, there ARE things that have been proven to speed up the ever- slowing process. We're here to put the myths and magical wishing to rest. Check out the 10 ways to help your hair grow faster

1. Eat foods that enhance hair growth.

Believe it or not, your diet can affect your hair growth. Ready to accelerate your length? Try adding these hair healthy foods to your diet and get ready to see noticeable changes.

2. Hair Vitamins.

With the combination of these tactics, paired with clinically proven hair growth products, your hair will transform right before your eyes. Not only will it grow in length but become off the charts shiny, full and soft. By taking this hair growth vitamin once a day you will soon see that your hair can transform from scarce and dull to sexy and full.

3. Don't forget your scalp!

Next time you are washing your hair be sure to take the time to focus on your scalp. Try to massage your scalp with fingertips for two-three minutes everyday. This stimulates your follicles assisting in hair growth.

4. Keep getting a trim.

It may sound crazy to cut your hair when you're trying so hard to help it grow, but trimming the ends of your hair eliminates any broken, damaged or split ends. Instead of a routine cut every 6-8 weeks try switching to about once every three months. Out with the old, in with the new!

5. Skip a Wash.

If you are a daily hair washer, you could be doing more harm to your hair than you think. We aren't saying skimp on showers altogether but simply skip a day in-between washes. This helps nourish your scalp with your hairs natural oils. Hair a little on the oiler side? This method still applies to you. On off days, try a dry shampoo replacement to rid appearance and feel of oil.

6. Beat the heat.

As your hair begins its growth process, try to avoid heat styling tools. Blow dryers, flat irons and curling irons break the strands of hair you are working so hard to grow. Try styling with different methods such as adding bohemian braids, salt water spritz for beach waves or using products like mousse for scrunching hair.

7. Stay Hydrated.

While also an essential part of overall health, staying hydrated can affect your hair growth. The daily recommended amount of water consumption is eight 8-ounce glasses per day. Cheers!

8. Cold Showers.

Cold water versus hot water allows your hair to seal cuticles and lock in moisture leaving your hair silky smooth. Hot water is also said to cause frizziness.

9. Avoid brushing when wet.

For the majority of women, shower time rituals are the same. Wash, Condition, Brush, Style. It has been studied and shown that if you are brushing hair when wet that you are causing breakage and split ends. Instead, try finger combing your hair or using a wide tooth comb.