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Any hair product recommendations?

Hey! Does anyone know any great hair products from Sephora that grow your hair really long in a short period of time and is great for getting rid of frizz and preventing hair loss? I have dry damaged frizzy hair. Thanks 😊 

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Re: Any hair product recommendations?

@YelirEsorEni 

The products recommended in this thread will help mitigate damage and prevent breakage, however there are very few products that can scientifically speed up your hair growth. Rosemary oil is being studied for its effects of promoting growth, I would check out JVN Complete Pre-Wash Scalp & Hair Treatment Oil 1.7 oz/ 50 mL 

Re: Any hair product recommendations?

@YelirEsorEni some people swear by K18 Biomimetic Hairscience Mini Leave-In Molecular Repair Hair Mask Holiday Ornament 0.5 oz / 15 mL. It's expensive but they sell a mini and you don't need much per treatment. Olaplex No. 3 Hair Repair Perfector  is also a cult favorite. For both, the first time I used it I really liked it but didn't notice as big of a difference upon further use. However, my hair is in pretty good shape. Lots of people swear by them for helping damaged hair. For frizzy hair, I would 100% recommend the COLOR WOW Dream Coat Supernatural Spray Anti-Frizz Treatment . You spray it on towel-dry hair and dry it with tension (i.e. using a brush pulling it tight) and it honestly makes my hair look and feel so much nicer until my next wash. They have a curly hair version COLOR WOW Dream Coat Anti-Frizz Treatment for Curly Hair 6.7 oz/ 200 mL  that also is really nice and doesn't require blow-drying. As for growth, brands like Vegamour GRO Hair Serum for Thinning Hair 1 oz / 30 mL are geared towards that thinning hair but idk if that's what you're looking for. If your hair is damaged, avoiding heat and chemicals is probably your best bet to getting it healthy.

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