Hair Quickie: Today’s quick hair tip has to do with keeping strands healthy by trimming off any damage. This subject throughout the years has sparked quite the debate. Differences of opinion emerge from how often this procedure should be done to how much hair should actually be cut off. We plan to give you total disclosure as well as the real answers to such questions, especially if you wish to grow more hair. Nevertheless, for now our focus will be on, How to Trim Hair: Should Hair Be Wet or Dry?
How to Trim Hair: Should Hair Be Wet or Dry?
In short it is best to trim when your hair is dry. Why should strands be dry? When tresses are wet they stretch. Strands can literally stretch to almost 50% of it’s original length.
In essence this means you will not be getting a real accurate idea of how much to cut. One inch of wet hair due to stretching can look more like two inches dry. Therefore, if you wish to not cut off more hair than necessary it is highly recommended to trim hair once it is no longer wet or damp.
Dry hair trimming allows you to see clearly what’s damaged and what part of the strand(s) are not damaged. Thus, helping you to chop off only what needs to go. Instead of lopping off your hard-earned hair growth in the process.
So then, in conclusion did you learn how to trim hair when it comes to strands being wet or dry? Yes, dry hair is better because it’s easier to see dead ends which in turn helps you to trim only what needs to go.
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