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    3 Keys to Hair Growth

    It’s no secret that a hair growth regimen should be part of your daily routine. Training and conditioning your calf’s hair and hide is crucial to having manageable hair that pops so, come show time, it will be easier to clip. Follow these steps our ProStaff team recommends for great results:


    1. Blow Out the Hair 

     

    Blowing out the hair prior to rinsing helps loosen any dust, dirt or dandruff that may have settled onto the hair and hide. 

    Blower Tip: When using a blower, blow hair from back to front while combing it forward and up. This will start to help the hair stand up to get the desired pop and bloom. Remember to use a slow, sweeping movement to help prevent lines in your calf’s hair.

    2. Rinsing or Washing 

     

    Running cold water on your calf once or twice each day creates circulation and stimulates the follicles for hair growth. As part of your rinsing routine, wash your calf once or twice a week using a mild foaming shampoo with conditioning properties.

    3. Conditioning 

     

    It is very important to replenish any oils and moisture that may have been stripped during rinsing back into the hair and hide. Blow in products like a ProCharge/ProPolish combo or ProConditioner and finish off with ProSheen to protect the hair.