9ccb80bc1a0bad998587 when to trim hair

Women trying to grow out their hair tend to avoid the salon like the plague. They will do anything to keep their length, even if that means living with less-than-stellar-looking strands. Unfortunately, skimping out on regular trims can cause split ends, forcing you to take off way more than you would like in the long run. So how do you know if your locks are in need of a salon visit? Read on to find out the top five telltale signs it’s time for a trim.

Your hair has no shape

If you find yourself struggling in the morning to get your hair to cooperate, it’s time for a little snip. Products can only go so far, and if you find yourself layering on the volumizing products or spending extra time with your round brush because your hair is falling flat, it’s best to pay a visit to your stylist.

Detangling is nearly impossible

Though you can use a detangling spray and a wide-tooth comb to temporarily get rid of tangles, over-brushing can lead to more damage, so it’s best to keep your ends healthy and tangle-free with a trim.

Your ends feel dry and brittle

Nothing beats the feeling of running your fingers through your hair after a salon visit. If you find your hair feels more like straw than silk, it’s time to chop off your ends and get your hair back to a healthy state.

You’re heat styling more than usual

If you’ve been flat-ironing, curling or blow-drying way more than normal, it’s best to stay on the safe side and get a trim to naturally perk up your style. In the meantime, be sure to use a heat protectant like Style Link Heat Buffer Thermal Styling Spray to cut down on excessive damage. 

You see split ends

If picking at your split ends has become your new pastime, you are way overdue for a trim. Though most women know that the appearance of split ends means it’s time to go into the salon, it’s best to get your hair trimmed before they appear, around every 6-8 weeks.

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