What kinds of hair lengthening products work best?

I was just wondering, what’s your opinion on which hair lengthening products work best? My hair is at a really awkward length right now, and I want it to grow faster. I do not want to resort to a weave. There are some drugstore hair lengthening products, but I don’t want to throw money away on one that won’t work. What do you think works the best?

4 thoughts on “What kinds of hair lengthening products work best?

  1. what about clip-in extensions you can get at sallys, its not a weave, it wont damage your hair like being sewn or glued in.

  2. You just answered your own question.

    There are some drugstore hair lengthening products, but I don’t want to throw money away on one that won’t work.

    You need to have patience. The only way to make your hair grow faster & longer is what you put in your mouth.

  3. Hey there!
    I have tried the lengthening products and the just don’t work! They are a complete waste of money! But there are some things you can do: make sure your hair is in good condition. Try to only use straighteners and curling tongs if you are going out and not on a daily basis. Put conditioner in your hair and leave it on for several hours once a week (makes your hair soft). Let it dry naturally. Avoid putting it up with kirbi grips or anything like that. All those things cause your hair to break at the ends which make it grow slower!
    Fingers crossed for you!

  4. As already stated they do not work. The only thing you can do is eat healthy foods and keep hair heathy. Sunlight and warm temps also help it grow faster, but not significantly. There is also a tool called a high frequency machine that some believe helps to grow hair faster. I don’t think the machine is a great option though. As for keeping it healthy, Redkin Anti snap, found at most major salons is one of my faves. It holds the ends together as to not split, therefore, not as much to trim, and longer length. And clip in weave is a good option if you are willing to spend the money on some nice pieces, but the cheap ones look cheap, and real ones do too much damage for me. Good luck, may patience be with you.

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