Let it be understood first and foremost that genetics play the first role in hair. This does not mean that if your father is bald, so will you be, but your hair type is what it is and you cannot change that. You can, however, learn to live with it, and treat it right so that you can grow your hair as long and healthy as possible.
One cannot simply see a particular head of hair and set a goal to have hair just like that person. You must establish what your hair type is so that you will know how to care for it properly.
Is your hair dry? Curly? Straight? Wavy? Thin? Thick? Full? Flat? Not all hair is the same even in the same category, but once you determine your principal hair type, you can easily work from there. You might also find a friend, close or online, to help you along the way.
Please don’t feel the need to purchase a shelf full of vitamins, pills and other “incredible, overnight hair growth” garbage. If this nonsense worked, everyone would take it and the world would have much more long hair than it does.
It is fine to try various supplements, but don’t sell the farm to afford them. A good diet is numero uno on the list for healthy hair.
No magic needed. Just common sense and a good hair care regimen which mainly involves using a common sense approach. As Karen Shelton of the Hair Boutique said so well, use the best products you can afford.
This does not mean that you should give up cookies, but try to find a good product you can regularly purchase.If you can afford Phyto products, by all means, use them. If a grocery store brand is more along the budget, this is fine, too.