My hair's thin it's naturaly blonde but I'd like it thicker. It doesn't stay how I want it it kind of flares out on the ends. It gets weighed down so I just use shampoo but that isn't really that big of a issue. I have hair extensions but I can't use them my hair's too thin to clip them in right and it just doesn't grow it's seems I kind of think it may have been thicker at one point in the past but I may be wrong I was kind of wondering if anyone had any advice on things to use to fix it.

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You need vitamins C,B complex,E and beta kerotine for strong, healthy hair. Citrus fruits, meat, olive oil and carrots are some sources of those respectively. Eucalyptus oil added to your shampoo can increase the growth rate, as well.

Have you tried coconut oil. It helps eyelashes and eyebrows grow thicker too. Also my Mum swears by taking oral liquid mineral. Her hair is noticeably thinner when she is slack with it.

i've tried putting it on the ends of my hair but i couldn't remove it with what i was using at the time so i had to use regular shampoo to remove it. Currently i'm using a shampoo that contains coconut oil as one of the main ingrediants i think, but doesn't leave my hair oily. i don't usualy eat coconut oil tho and i'm not sure what oral liquid mineral is?
 
Iwanttoknoweverthing said:

Have you tried coconut oil. It helps eyelashes and eyebrows grow thicker too. Also my Mum swears by taking oral liquid mineral. Her hair is noticeably thinner when she is slack with it.


Neways has Liquid minerals, I think it is called feroxin. The best time to use coconut oil (must be virgin cold pressed) is straight out of the shower before you dry your hair. A 1/2 tps is usually enough and blow drying in helps with reduce the oily feeling. The longer you leave it on the better for your hair. I try not to wash my hair too much and wear mine up in a bun when it is too limp to work with. I have noticed a great difference in my head hair, eyelashes, eyebrows and skin in general since using it on and consuming it daily.  As a cosmetologist of 20 years, I am always on the look out for safe alternatives and only wish I had found this sooner. I hope it works for you too :)
words left unspoken said:

i've tried putting it on the ends of my hair but i couldn't remove it with what i was using at the time so i had to use regular shampoo to remove it. Currently i'm using a shampoo that contains coconut oil as one of the main ingrediants i think, but doesn't leave my hair oily. i don't usualy eat coconut oil tho and i'm not sure what oral liquid mineral is?
 
Iwanttoknoweverthing said:

Have you tried coconut oil. It helps eyelashes and eyebrows grow thicker too. Also my Mum swears by taking oral liquid mineral. Her hair is noticeably thinner when she is slack with it.

you put coconut oil in your hair then you blow dry it?
 
Iwanttoknoweverthing said:


Neways has Liquid minerals, I think it is called feroxin. The best time to use coconut oil (must be virgin cold pressed) is straight out of the shower before you dry your hair. A 1/2 tps is usually enough and blow drying in helps with reduce the oily feeling. The longer you leave it on the better for your hair. I try not to wash my hair too much and wear mine up in a bun when it is too limp to work with. I have noticed a great difference in my head hair, eyelashes, eyebrows and skin in general since using it on and consuming it daily.  As a cosmetologist of 20 years, I am always on the look out for safe alternatives and only wish I had found this sooner. I hope it works for you too :)
words left unspoken said:

i've tried putting it on the ends of my hair but i couldn't remove it with what i was using at the time so i had to use regular shampoo to remove it. Currently i'm using a shampoo that contains coconut oil as one of the main ingrediants i think, but doesn't leave my hair oily. i don't usualy eat coconut oil tho and i'm not sure what oral liquid mineral is?
 
Iwanttoknoweverthing said:

Have you tried coconut oil. It helps eyelashes and eyebrows grow thicker too. Also my Mum swears by taking oral liquid mineral. Her hair is noticeably thinner when she is slack with it.

Yes, but not always, only if I am going out and I don't want it to look to oily, for work and stuff I just towel dry. It all depends on how it feels for you. Blow drying definitely helps it absorb faster :)

FYI

http://www.neways.com.au/products/catalog/product.aspx?NQS=xW7G61Sn...



Iwanttoknoweverthing said:

Yes, but not always, only if I am going out and I don't want it to look to oily, for work and stuff I just towel dry. It all depends on how it feels for you. Blow drying definitely helps it absorb faster :)

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