How to grow your locks to new lengths

Waiting for your hair will grow is like watching paint dry—it can be frustrating and slow-going, especially if you don’t have the right processes in place. The long hair you’re looking for takes commitment and patience, but the results are worth it. Add these tactics to your routine for long, gorgeous locks. 

Keep up with cuts

While it seems contradictory, getting a trim every 8 to 12 weeks keeps split ends at bay and helps hair grow and stay healthy. Skipping out on the salon slows the growing process and causes split ends to work their way up the shaft—eventually turning those “trims” into a significant chop of your length. 

Make time for weekly masks

Whatever hair type you have, weekly masks are a nonnegotiable for all in order to keep your hair smooth, conditioned, and growing at full speed. A hair mask prevents breakage and stops split ends from ruining your progress. Give your hair a blast of intense moisture with Dae’s Monsoon Moisture Mask—it’s made to improve texture, elasticity, and manageability. 

Less shampoo, more conditioner

Reaching for the shampoo is tempting, especially after a workout or at the first signs of greasiness. However, shampooing every day strips your hair of its natural oils. 2-3 times per week is the sweet spot, especially when you pair it with a deep conditioner from root to tip once a week. Grab Dae’s Deep Conditioner Treatment to heal overprocessed hair and strengthen strands. 

Stimulate your scalp

Massage your scalp to stimulate follicles and promote hair growth. Grab the Desert Detox Scalp Scrubber to distribute oils evenly, boost circulation, and improve your overall scalp health. Scalp scrubbing pushes those masks and treatments deeper into your skin while helping with irritation, dandruff, and itchiness. 

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