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New Hair Slate

September 25, 2009 on 4:46 pm | In Beauty Tips, Hair Care | No Comments

Although it is always a good idea to measure your hair on a regular basis, avoid the urge to measure more than once a month. Growth spurts can vary widely. Hair tends to grow more rapidly in the summer while slowing down in the winter.

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Sara Evans

Start With A Clean Slate
Ditch the damaged parts of your hair at the very beginning of your growing cycle. If your heart is set on with the right locks.

Visit your hairdresser and explain that your mission is longer, stronger tresses. Request that your stylist give your hair a proper growth launch by trimming off all damaged and split ends.

Discuss proper handling of any other damaged hair with your hairdresser. Although cutting may not be necessary, starting with a good conditioning program may be essential to reverse long term damage leftover from environmental, chemical or other ravages.

It is very important that you find a supportive stylist that will help you as you travel on your long hair journey. If your regular hairdresser is not supportive of your goals, there are many excellent long hair experts that you can locate to assist you. To find a list of long hair consultants check out your local Yellow Pages or through word of mouth.

Grow With Grace
Once your hair is ready to grow, make sure you keep it trimmed every 8-10 weeks. Regular trims keep your hair looking and feeling healthy. It will also give you hair a great transitional shape as it grows through the many different stages. Don’t fool yourself into thinking that you don’t need regular trims. You do.

Some long hair specialists will be willing to “dust” your ends which means that they will remove as little as possible from your ends focusing only on split ends. If your hair is in great shape, dusting will trim the minimal amount of hair preserving as much of your hard earned-growth as possible.

Many people prefer to trim their own ends. This is perfectly acceptable as long as high quality, professional scissors are used. Dull or scissors that are not designed for cutting hair can rip or tear delicate ends.

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