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Is avoiding Getting Your Hair Cut Possible?

Updated on May 27, 2017
This was how long my hair was when I graduated high school
This was how long my hair was when I graduated high school

Is avoiding getting your hair cut possible?

Everyone needs to get their haircut. It is a fact of life that your hair needs cutting. , The question is, how many times do you actually need it done? Some people go to get their hair done every six weeks, those are the people that color, their hair often or the ones who like to like to keep it short so every six weeks they go and get a trim and color that to me is a limitless amount of time spent in the salon. What about the people that want long hair or what about men. They cut their hair more, because that is just what guys do, and not all guys do it, and not all girls cut their hair. The reason for this is because some people like long hair. So my question is avoiding getting your hair cut possible? This answer depends on who you ask. There are a limitless amount of different hair styles people might want to try, but what about the people that like one style and one style only? They are not the ones that are limitlessly in the salon.

Some people like to get their hair cut every six weeks or at least a trim.however, I find that doing that is a limitless amount of time in the chair at the salon which in most cases isn't needed. Others, however, might not want to do that, the people that wait months to get their hair done are the ones, which like the length. The others that get their hair cut every six weeks like it short. I have had my hair all different lengths, and styles. Some of the styles I have liked and others I hated with a passion. One year I remember I was graduating high school my hair was almost down to my waist then. How I did that I don’t even know, I guess I took care of my hair and that is how it got to be so long.

If you take care of your hair, for example, brush it all the time, and get rid of all the knots. Also, use a damage correcting shampoo or leave in conditioner can help you avoid getting your hair cut. I think that is what I did when I was in grade 12 for it is as long as it was. I know that one day I spent at least two hours brushing my hair, who has ever done that? I know people who just don’t like brushing their hair, and that is the worst thing for it. Also washing your hair every day is bad for it, too. If you wash your hair every day you will dry it out and in turn, you will need to get it cut more often. To avoid getting your hair cut, you should wash your hair twice a week three times if you really want too, but no more than that. But don't get your hair cut because even if you are trying to avoid being in the salon limitlessly you still have to be there in order to give your hair that lively look that makes it look nice.

In order to keep your hair long how many times you should cut it? Well take it from a person who wants to keep her hair as long as possible, sure you can trim it to keep it healthy and the more you trim it the longer it will get. People might think that is weird but, it is true because your new hair has room to grow if you get your hair trimmed every couple months. Not weeks, months. The last time I got my haircut or trimmed I really can’t remember now was in October, I just went to see my hairdresser on Monday and she trimmed my hair. I like my length and I am trying to get it to grow longer, but your hair only grows an inch a month. Which most people don’t realize but that is how it works I have asked my hairdresser, and she has been cutting hair for years.

What my hair looks like now, after it was cut but with curls.
What my hair looks like now, after it was cut but with curls.

If you want your hair to grow fast trims are necessary but they can be avoided sometimes

I am trying to get my hair to the way it was when I was graduating high school but I don’t know if I can do it. It was really long and honestly, I don’t know how I did it then. So is avoiding getting your hair cut, possible? The answer to that question is yes, you just have to take care of your hair and you won’t need to get it cut as often. For example, don’t use too much heat on your hair and your ends won’t split as easily. Brush your hair frequently so you don’t get rats nests. It will keep your hair healthier. Last but not least don’t wash it too frequently it will dry it out and that isn’t good. If you color your hair, make sure to take care of the color so that it doesn’t turn brassy.

I color my hair every couple months also to avoid having to get it cut as often. Which is not always a good thing but it has worked so far. So, in my opinion, avoiding getting your hair cut is possible you just have to know the right way to do it. What do you think?

There are limitless ways to avoid getting your hair cut so often, one of the big ones is taking care of your hair by brushing it every day, washing it every other day and not using too many different shampoos as to avoid a shampoo build up. If you take care of your hair limitlessly and don't wash it too much or use too much product that could dry it out you will not have to get it cut so often. However, if you want your hair to grow healthy and limitlessly long it is better to get your hair trimmed frequently. I am doing this because I want my hair to grow limitlessly long again like it is the photo I used for this post.

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Hair cuts why avoid them?

Haircuts give your hair that limitlessly fresh look and the limitlessly fresh feeling. However you might want to avoid getting your hair cut limitlessly because you might want it to grow long and keep it that way, but did you know that the more you trim your hair the longer it is going to grow?

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