What should be the period of a regular haircut, a woman should have? We have grown up to a myth that states the period of 6 to 8 weeks is an ideal time for a regular haircut (for all hair types). But with all the advancement in the field of health and beauty, these basic concepts are being changed too.
How can we apply a single rule for all types of hair with different lengths? The span of haircut should differ with each hair type. To know more about it, read on the info given below.
There is a misconception that has befooled a number of generations and it’s still going strong (hope it won’t be after reading this). According to it, the more you cut your hair, the longer it will become. So, in the desire to have long (Rapunzel-like) hair, we keep on cutting or trimming our hair, and we hardly get that. But at the same time, we can’t deny the benefits of a regular haircut. A haircut is good for healthy and strong hair and you must have it according to your hair type.
The basic problem with a woman’s hair is the split ends. Unlike the theory of 6 to 8 weeks’ regular haircut period, I would suggest you opt for 3 to 4 month’s period, particularly when you have long hair with a certain style. According to hair experts, it’s about a 3 month time when you start to experience a decay in the ends of the hair and we finally get to see the split ends. To get split ends free and healthy hair, you are advised to see your hairdresser within 12 to 16 weeks (3 to 4 months approx.)
Studies have shown that the dryness of cold weather and roughness of winter clothes, both combine to create more rough ends to your hair. During times like these where the weather tends to cause dryness, it is suggested to trim about 1/2 in every 8-10 weeks between the months of October – March.
At the same time, you should also avoid leaving your hair open around your neck (so they do not come in contact with winter staples like a scarf or turtleneck, to avoid rough ends), opting for a high ponytail is the best option for a spine chilling cold weather. But this rule is not applicable for the women living in the areas with a moderate climatic condition. Only those, living in rigidly cold temperatures should opt for this trimming schedule.
Heat styling and dying your hair is getting more and more common now. But both tend to damage the natural health of your hair. Women who opt for both these options are more likely to witness dry and damaged hair, particularly the split ends. For all such cases, a period of 6 to 8 weeks is good enough for the trimming of hair.
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Each hair type should have its own regular haircut rules. Let’s see how often you should have your haircut.
We are often asked this question by busy girls or housewives who find it hard to travel all the way to a hairdresser and get the trim. Haircut ensures health and if you don’t get it on a regular basis, the split ends would keep on multiplying, leaving your hair weak and in a damaged condition hard to repair.
Getting a haircut is important and we all need it according to our specific hair types. Some need it more while some need it less. And those who do not follow a regular haircut routine must be ready for long-lasting damage for their hair. Luckily you have us to share with you the most educational information on having and maintaining your hair healthy.
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