4 Tips To Help You Grow Your Hair During The ‘Awkward Stage’ Of Your TWA
TWA styles can be cute, stylish, versatile, and very easy to maintain while growing your hair. However, like every short hairstyle, there comes a time when it’ll start growing and the results are nothing less than awkward. You know the look, the “too short to put in a ponytail, but too long to wear as is” look? All of us who’ve big chopped have been there before and it not an easy thing to maneuver!
So what exactly is the solution? Well, luckily, there are quite a few things we can do to solve this issue. Below are 4 tips to help grow your hair during the “awkward stage” of your TWA.
Root and Scalp Concentration
The current health of your scalp is going to determine how healthy your hair is going to grow in, and how healthy your already present hair will be in the meantime. Think of it like this: when you want to save a dying plant, what do you nourish first? The soil and the roots.
A dirty, dry, oily, flaky, and/or irritated scalp is a poor foundation if you want long, strong hair who’s length can be retained. However, a clear, hydrated, clean, and moisturized scalp is just what you need; and since the roots of your hair are so close to your scalp, you need to make sure they are also clean and properly moisturized.
Scalp exfoliation, scalp massages, deep conditioning your roots, and putting extra moisturizer on your roots when your hair is particularly dry will promote healthy hair growth.
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