Different people have different preferences when it comes to triming your hair length. A lot of men I know think that long hair on a woman is the ONLY way kind of style that looks good. A lot of women I know cling to their long locks for many of the same reason.
Whatever the reasons, most people with long hair are adamant about keeping it long. This is a good thing, as long as the hair is healthy. Maintaining the health of your hair is an arduous task that must be done religiously. If you haven’t been taking the abest care of your hair, get a fresh cut and fresh start.
Healthy hair actually grows faster and this time around you can be sure to give your hair what it needs to be strong, soft, and shiny.How can we girls (and guys) resist the temptation of curling irons and straighteners? All that talk about products and heat being bad for your hair don’t mean much when you walk out of the house with bouncing curls or straight, luscious locks.
Take a look around you at the people you know who have been styling their hair with heat and products for a long time.It stops looking good with excess breakage and just looks atrocious when the hair is so damaged that you can see a crispy, fried row of hair up and down a part and all over the back of the head. We’ve all seen it, we all cringe, and we all wake up the next morning and plug in the straighteners.A year later, you notice that your hair has taken a turn for the worst. That walking nightmare of split ends and frizz has become you! Be honest with yourself. You know if your hair is damaged and everybody else can tell, too. Unfortunately, there is no way to get rid of slit ends besides lopping them off, no matter what commercials say. Fortunately, if you start from scratch with an easy, healthy hair care regimen with affordable products and invaluable tips, you can be proud of a thicker, shinier, and softer head of hair than ever before!
On average, hair grows at a rate of about one-half inch (1.25cm) per month, andtypically the hair should be trimmed every 8 weeks. This means, between cuts, the hair should have grown about an inch (2.5cm).
If your hair is already the length you desire,this means you have an inch to spare, and that inch is the part of the hair that has been the most abused, most mistreated, and most damaged. In short, that inch is ready to retire.
If you are trying to grow your hair longer, this means you can lose the least healthy half-inch of hair with each trim and still gain 3 inches each year. It may seem like slow progress, but you’ll be happier with the results in the end. If your hair need a trim and you are too busy to go to saloon. Try these quick tips to solve your trimming problem.
Yet, we all know that the longer the hair is, the longer it’s been exposed to the tortures we put our hair through everyday. Sun, wind, blow-drying, pony-tail holders,harsh shampoos, smog, pillows, and even poor diet can all take their toll on hair. In order to keep your hair looking healthy, even if it’s long, you must keep trimming your hair.
1. If you have big and bushy bangs look in a mirror and snip into your forehead fringe at an angle with a pair of scissor. Carefully cut them a bit at a time. To avoid over-clipping, stop every three cuts to reassess your work.
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