Maintaining a healthy lifestyle, getting regular trims, keeping the hair in its natural state and wearing protective hairstyles helps African-American hair grow faster. Hair grows an average of 1/2 inch per month, but th... More »

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Hair growth products for African American women include jojoba oil, burdock root oil, peppermint oil, and saw palmetto. All of these products are sold on Amazon.com and help improve blood flow to hair follicles in order ... More »

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African American hair grows well when it is well conditioned and maintained in a gentle manner. Taking proper care of African American hair is essential for reducing breakage and maximizing hair growth. More »

According to Ladies' Home Journal, a comb attachment should always be used to blow dry African-American hair, and even then it is best to allow it to partially air dry first. This partial drying will allow minimal combin... More »

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African American hair grows well when it is well conditioned and maintained in a gentle manner. Taking proper care of African American hair is essential for reducing breakage and maximizing hair growth. More »

There is no exact formula for growing longer hair, however, massaging the scalp to encourage hair growth, maintaining a healthy lifestyle along with a nutritious diet, and keeping existing hair in a healthy state via pro... More »

It takes approximately 18 months for an African-American individual to grow 6 inches of hair, as African hair grows about 4 inches per year. Asian hair grows the fastest at nearly 6 inches per year, while European or Cau... More »