Monday, June 16, 2014

Biggest Hair Myth

Frequent trims DO NOT make your hair grow faster.

Cutting the ends of your hair has absolutely no effect on the follicles (hair roots)  in your scalp, which determine how fast and how much your hair grows.
Hair grows an average of a quarter-inch every month—whether or not you cut it. Regular trims might make your hair look like it's not growing, because you keep cutting off the extra length it grew.
Taking care of your hair, and getting rid of split ends however, reduces hair breakage, and breakage is what makes hair look thinner at the ends (and shorter).
Split ends will continue splitting until you cut them off, so cut them as soon as possible...but be aware that cutting the ends of your hair does not affect growth, it just helps your ends to be and look healthier.
If needed, ask your stylist to take off the minimum necessary to eliminate whatever split ends you may have.
Take care of your hair to prevent split ends.

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