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Way to make your natural color grow faster? - October 5th 2013, 03:34 AM

After dyeing my hair auburn from a box for the better part of a year, I ended up stripping it, dyeing part of it brown and bleaching the other parts of it so I could dye it funky colors. I had my fun with some crazy red and bright purple, but eventually it faded out. I have decided I want my hair to be my natural color (brown) again. Right now my hair is about five different colors, and it would be impossible to bleach it all again and dye it brown without frying my hair and getting it to be the same color. So I decided to let it grow out.

The problem is, my hair grows ridiculously slow. As in, it took me three years to get it to my shoulders, and that was with regular trims. So I was wondering if there is any way I can get it to grow out faster? I really don't want to be blonde/brown for two years, but I also don't want to touch it with dye. Any suggestions?

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Re: Way to make your natural color grow faster? - October 5th 2013, 09:46 PM

You can get your hair trimmed every few months. That gets rid of the dead ends & helps keep your hair healthy, which will help it grow. Also, there's a vitamin called biotin which is good for growing out hair.

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Re: Way to make your natural color grow faster? - October 5th 2013, 09:52 PM

I agree with the poster above, taking vitamins can usually help. One of my friends also had a similar problem with her hair and she ended up going to a trichologist(which is a hair specialist) which helped her getting her hair to grow at a normal rate. I suggest that you maybe try seeing someone like that? I hope this helps.


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