If you thought you could grow your hair long and healthy by just letting it grow naturally and not visiting your stylist for months, then you’re pretty badly mistaken. While it is common sense that you need to let your hair grow to make them Rapunzel-like, it is almost important to get them frequently trimmed for the best results.
Purity Hair Design is a full-service Aveda hair salon in Albany that sees a number of clients everyday who know they need a trim because their end-goal is to get luscious locks of long hair. If you want to join the boat, then you need to start booking regular hair trimming appointments from your stylist as well.
If you’re debating whether or not you should go for a trim, consider these top three reasons to get a hair trim ASAP!
#1: Minimizes Damaged Look from Chemically Treated Hair
If your hair has been dyed fully, chances are that your hair has already incurred a lot of damage. It doesn’t matter if you’re using high quality products like those from Aveda; some damage is always done to the hair when it is chemically treated. Dyed hair requires frequent trimming to prevent more damage and an overall dull look. For women who have dyed their hair, trimming doesn’t really become a second option; it’s more or less a necessity.
#2: Promotes Active Hair Growth
Back in the early 90’s many women of India used to get their heads fully shaved at a young age so that when they grew older, their hair would be long and thick. While this might be a bit of a stretch, there is no denying that cutting your hair or trimming promotes significant and healthy hair growth.
This is mostly because of the fact that trimming prevents and cuts off any split ends that may have been formed. Split ends are a breaking point for your hair beyond which healthy hair growth cannot occur. Regular trimming can stop this from happening.
#3: Maintain your Short or Medium Length Hair
Finally, if you already have a short or medium length hair cut and you need to keep it, you will obviously need frequent appointments from your stylist.
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