4 Reasons Your Hair Won’t Grow Past a Certain Length

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If you’re trying to grow out your hair, but can’t seem to reach the length you want, there’s a few potential reasons for this. It can be caused by anything from environment to hair care to genetics. Not being able to grow out your hair can be frustrating, so we put together this list of 4 reasons your hair won’t grow past a certain length and what you can do about it!


Breakage is very common for damaged hair and can significantly affect your hair length. If you heat style frequently and/or never use a heat protectant, like our 3-in-1 Mist, your hair will become dry, and brittle. Your hair will break off at the ends before you ever get a chance to try to grow it out.


Another reason your hair won’t grow could be what you’re eating on a daily basis. Our diets have a big impact on the health of our skin, hair, and nails. It’s vital to get all the vitamins and minerals your body needs or your hair will never grow out as quickly or as effectively as you want it to. Try to eat foods rich in iron and omega 3 like on this list.


We won’t lie, this one bums us out. But the unfortunate truth is that as you age, it’s more difficult for your hair to grow. It also has a tendency to dry out and get frizzy. And though there’s no way to stop aging (unfortunately), it is possible to take better care of your hair with essential products like our Smoothing Serum.


This one makes us even more sad to share with you, but genetics do play a factor in how fast your hair grows. Luckily, like with the previous cause, there are ways to combat this. Don’t heat style your hair too often, always use heat protectant, and if all else fails, Tony Odisho hair extensions are a fool proof solution to add the length and volume you want.

So you see, growing your hair doesn’t have to be as stressful as it often is. As long as you take proper care of your hair, it will be a lot easier. And if that still doesn’t work, hair extensions are always a great option!

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