Hair Growth Crash Course: Longer Hair Naturally (Really!) | Lucy's Corsetry





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Published on Apr 8, 2011

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0:52 Hair growth phases
2:55 Hair strand thickness
3:40 Hair volume
4:20 Hair curliness

5:50 Minimize hair products
7:00 Stop hair abuse

10:30 What to eat
14:00 Watch your hormones

How to get long hair.... I could talk for hours on the subject, but I broke this down into the most basic and most important topics, which may be expanded on in later videos.

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Lucy's Corsetry
Thanks to everyone for getting this video over 1 million views! <3
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Lucy&#39;s Corsetry
blanka liz unfortunately cutting is the only way to get rid of split ends. Coconut oil can condition your hair, and may help prevent some splits from happening in the future, but it won't seal any splits that have already happened. If you don't want to lose much length, perhaps try the "search and destroy" option for your splits - it is very time-consuming and you'll be left with uneven ends, but may prevent a big "chop".
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Best hair vid on YT!
Lucy&#39;s Corsetry
Some hair masks can be useful (some protein masks like eggs, and lipid masks like olive, coconut or avocado). But there are just certain things you need to eat in order for it to be properly incorporated into the hair shaft. Think of it like a construction site. Sealing the windows of a building from the outside is good - trying to fix a structural problem with a weight-bearing wall, by just throwing timber and drywall on the front yard, is going to do no good. :)
Very informative. Thank you for this video 
I think long hair is so feminine and rare
Sasha Bunakova
When I was younger my hair was past my waist, and my mum always made me wear it in braids. I think that helped a lot because it protects your hair from the elements (wind, sun etc) and keeps it out of the way so you're not constantly touching and potentially damaging it. 
Rina K
Thank you so much for this video, it is by far the most informative and inspirational one on hair growth that I have viewed. 
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Stephanie B
Personally, my hair never grew too quickly. It never really shone much, either. But about 2+ years ago I transitioned to a vegan lifestyle, complete with a plant based diet. When I started transition my hair was about maybe just at my shoulders and now it's down to my lower back, without any haircuts since transition. I've also switched to shampooing/conditioning every other day, sometimes every 2 or 3 days depending on how it looks or if I need to leave my house. My favorite deep conditioner is coconut oil(: and I use it maybe once a week, at least once every other week.  Now I'm just looking for videos to learn how to take care of my hair, it's grown long and I don't want it to become weak or lackluster. I went through a shitty couple of years before I transitioned to veganism where I was vegetarian, not for health or ethical purposes but to cover up my eating issues. I just got to a point after a year of hardly eating and working out everyday where my hair was falling out more and more each day. It was brittle and dry, I didn't even want to look at it. I'm so glad to be where I am now, with my hair long and shiny again...I want to keep healthy and taking care of myself, tbh. This video was very informational! Great job(:
kyah hollen
you have the nutrition stuff all right!  very intelligent presentation
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