Happy2help: How come my hair grows faster underneath than the top of my hair?
The underneath grows so much faster than the top of my hair. But something that is even more weird is that my bangs grow really fast too but not the top of my hair. Weird how can I make my hair grow?
I dont die it I wash my hair every 2 or 3 days because the oils in your hair will help your hair stay healthy and shinny. But I dont know how to make it grow. Haha
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Answer by Jackie
Perfectly simple answer –
The bottom of your hair is more protected than the top. When you comb out your hair, or when it is tied in a pony tail, it is always exposed to more brushing, more elements like sun, pulling etc.
Also try using hair oil available in pharmacies.
We have a shampoo used for horses in our pharmacies here in South Africa (sounds crazy, doesn’t it?!) and it works wonders because your hair grows twice as fast as it would naturally.
natural could not change
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use aussieAnswer by Victoria aka Vodka
I used to wonder the same thing, but really if you use a lot of hot hair tools, the hair at the top gets damaged faster.
What makes hair grow faster is Vitamin C, lots of water, protein (like egg whites and meat), and try taking hair vitamins with a large dose of Biotin.
I hope that helps 🙂Answer by Beach_girlii_13
The top of your hair gets all of the sun and more product and dryness. which prevents the top to grow faster that your bottom