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Hey Guys, I really need your help... I am a male with short hair, and i would like to grow my hair longer (because short hair doesn't really suit me). The only problem is that my hair must be really SENSITIVE, because it dries up and and gets damaged very easily and always has dead ends and looks really damaged whenever I try to grow it long - which results in me having to cut it short again It's really weird, I can have really good strong healthy looking hair one day, and the next morning when I wake up it's dry & damaged (it just doesn't make sense to me) I have read up heaps online about ways to protect your hair & prevent it from getting damaged - I only wash my hair once or twice max per week, and i never brush my hair while it is wet to prevent damage... but still it is dry & damaged I have tried heaps of stuff like deep conditioner treatments, oil treatments and every natural remedy that you can think of - coconut oil, olive oil, avocado, honey, aloe vera, onion, egg, mayonnaise etc... but nothing really seems to help Can anyone suggest any treatment or any good deep conditioners that they have tried and actually works for them with actual results??? (keep in mind i have already tried many different ones with limited results) I really appreciate any help or suggestions, because I really want to be able to grown my hair long and be able to slick it back like all the other guys are doing atm.
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