How Often Should You Cut Your Hair
These days, it seems like everyone wants to get the ultra-shiny, healthy hair they see on Instagram. Sometimes this means trying to grow your hair length out or using products to help improve its thickness.
Whatever the specific style you’re trying to achieve, there are a few essential tips that can help you along the way.
To help you reach your #hairgoals, we’ve put together some expert answers to common hair maintenance questions, which will help you to get your hair in excellent condition in no time.
How often should you cut your hair if you want it to grow out/longer?
This is one of the most common hairstyling questions that we get asked in our profession. If you’re trying to grow your hair longer, it might seem counterproductive to book in for regular trims, but this is pretty essential.
A good haircut removes your split ends and damaged hair, which prevents your hair from splitting further and weakening your strands. You don’t want a choppy and uneven length that is caused by breakage, so a regular haircut is actually your best friend when growing your hair out.
How often should you cut your hair if you want it to be thicker?
Another common ask from our clients is to achieve thicker, healthier hair.
Just like growing your hair longer, this goal can be met by opting for regular haircuts. You should visit the hair salon approximately every three months to keep your hair in tip-top condition. By removing those ends with broken bonds you will not only prevent further breakage, but you will also achieve a blunter look at the end, which achieves the appearance of thickness.
How often should you trim your hair to maintain your hairstyle?
If you’re generally satisfied with your hair style and quality, including its length and thickness, then you should aim to head to the salon every six to eight weeks. This time frame allows your stylist to maintain your chosen cut without the ends growing too far out.
If you wait too long between appointments, your style could start to look messy and your ends might become more damaged, which could result in you needing more length taken off at your next appointment.
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