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To Trim or Not to Trim

I know... it sounds crazy... how am I suppose to see hair growth if I'm always cutting it.

Benefits of trimming:

-To avoid/rid split and shabby ends-- which reduces hair breakage

In turn...

-The ends of hair looks fuller and healthier

Then, that results to...

-Better length retention--which means you are able to see hair growth because of less breakage. So stop saying "my hair won't grow" because hair continues to grow unless permanent damage or a health issue is present ... hair growth is a process--which is a whole 'notha conversation for later!

Here's the thing.. when it comes to trimming one rule doesn't apply to all. Some people may need to trim more frequently than others.

When Do I Need to Trim

-If you use heat frequently

-If you wear your hair down often

-If you are always manipulating hair

-If ends are prone to dryness

-If you notice lots of broken pieces of hair about shoulders on your clothes or in sink more than usually after combing/brushing hair

How Should I Trim My Hair

Other than having a certified stylist trim your ends. There are 3 major ways to trim your own natural hair and I just love the way Ms. Klassy Kinks of You Tube demonstrates all three. Take a look and listen.

Hopefully, if you were up on the fence about trimming your ends you've come to the conclusion that you better get to snipping. Take care...and Happy Hair Growing...Until next blog: Hair Growth Process... stay tuned.

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