Make the cut. Get a ½” trim every other month to keep the ends of your hair fresh and healthy.  The longer you wait between haircuts, the bigger a split end grows and the more you’ll have to cut off eventually.

Cut it right. Ask your stylist to put layers into your hair. According to Style Craze, a razor cut or step cut can add volume to your hair and make it look longer.

Take care [of your scalp]. Shampooing can often strip your scalp of essential nutrients and oils that are necessary for your follicles to grow hair. Use a natural serum (try HairClinic Plus Natural) that contains plant extracts and vitamins to nourish the scalp and the follicle. 

Give yourself a massage. Massage your scalp at least twice a week. Massaging stimulates blood flow to your scalp, helping stimulate the growth of hair – plus relaxing you at the same time! 

Cool off. Rinse your hair with cold water after shampooing and conditioning your hair. The cold water tightens pores and increases blood flow to your scalp.

Nourish your hair. By incorporating a natural hair oil and nutrient-rich shampoo and conditioner regimen, you can ensure your hair will be pleasantly happy and healthy.