To grow healthy hair, start by cutting off all split ends and massaging the scalp with oil once a week. Use moisturizing shampoo and conditioner, replacing the latter with mashed avocado every other week. Dry and comb yo... More »

There are several ways to give yourself a layered haircut, although the most popular involves gathering the hair into a ponytail and snipping the ends. The supplies you need are a hairbrush, a mirror, a hair elastic and ... More »

To make a wooden bow, cure straight-grained wood for about a week, measure and cut it, and gradually thin out the wood toward the ends of the bow so the limbs can flex. The bow length can vary depending on the draw weigh... More »

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The essential oils of rosemary, lavender and tea tree oil naturally promote healthy hair growth by unclogging scalp pores, moisturizing hair, promoting circulation and providing antiseptic properties. Other natural oils ... More »

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Making hair grow more quickly involves keeping it healthy by trimming it to get rid of split ends, eating protein, massaging the scalp, and treating it with apple cider vinegar. When massaging the scalp, using warm oil c... More »

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Carrot oil can help stimulate the growth of new cells when applied to the hair and scalp. Carrot oil is a natural source of beta-carotene and vitamins A and E. More »

Olive oil does encourage hair growth: it reduces hair loss by preventing the hormone dihydrotestosterone, or DHT, from binding to the scalp, and olive oil contains antifungal properties and moisturizer that stimulate hai... More »