How To Get Your Hair Cut If You Are Trying To Grow It
Trevor Sorbie (Director) gives expert video advice on: How should I get my hair cut if I am trying to grow it?
How should I get my hair cut if I am trying to grow it?
If you're trying to grow your hair, and you still need it cut because you haven't got it where you want it to be, the best way to have it cut varies. Say for example, you're trying to grow your layers out. Your hair is jaw length, and you want to grow it longer. You can either just let it grow, but you want one-length hair, and at the moment you've got layers. The top layer of your hair has got to grow further to get it where you want it to be, and the bottom length of your hair, which is nearer where you want it to be anyway – you just want, say, three more inches. So the idea is to just keep cutting the bottom layer of hair and let the layers gradually grow down. If you just want to grow your hair, the only way to grow hair is to grow hair, and the more you have it cut, the longer it's going to take. So if you can go maybe three, four months without nipping the ends, and when I say “nip the ends”, I just mean the very ends, and that's the quickest way to growing long hair and still having it cut at the same time, so it's kept healthy. A lot of young people will identify with what I'm about to say. A lot of people that grow their hair, the hair won't get any longer than a certain stage before it starts petering out and going thin and wispy and splitting on the ends, and I hate to see hair that just fizzles out into nothing just because somebody wants to hang on to the length of their hair. I think it's much better to be shorter, but healthier.