20 POINTS that can make your hair really LONG

Growing long, beautiful and healthy hair is not an extremely difficult process. It does not require a multitude of salon hair products, handfuls of expensive vitamins, nor any sort of sacrifice to the long hair gods. What it does take to grow your hair long and keep it in good condition is common sense, dedication, and a lot of patience. Indeed, growing long hair is actually more a question of what you shouldn't do rather than what you should!

If you make the commitment to closely follow the twenty steps that follow, not only will you grow long hair as fast as possible but your hair will be in beautiful condition throughout the process.
This indepth guide was written specifically for the person who wants to grow extremely long hair quickly - waist, hip, knee-length or even longer, but it will benefit anyone who is seeking longer locks; however, if you are looking for something more concise, you might want to check out our Top 10 Tips for Healthy Hair.

Keeping hair in excellent condition at extreme lengths takes more caution and conscious effort than may be necessary if you intend to keep your hair shorter... at mid-back length, for example. If your goal is to encourage healthy hair growth but not to the extreme, then certain modifications may be made to a few of the steps below and still maintain successful results. If you use common sense and don't allow damage to occur, you know you're doing the right thing to promote healthy hair at any length.
It is also important to keep in mind that just about everyone has a "terminal length" which is the longest your hair will grow based on the active growth period of your hair follicles (the growth cycle of individual hair follicles turns on and off as determined by your genetics). Unfortunately nothing here, nor anywhere else, can help you alter your genetically predetermined terminal length. That being said, you'd be surprised how incredibly often what was thought to be terminal length turns out to be nothing more than hair too damaged to continue to grow... an easily resolved issue, and one that is very, very common!

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