6 Ways To Make Your Haircut Last Longer Than 6 Months

We know you adore your freshly cut hair and the lovely bounce they have, but in two to three months, they are back to looking limp, making you think it’s time to get another cut. But heading to the salon every few months means spending a lot of time and money. Plus, you might never enjoy really long hair if the stylist keeps trimming the length.

So we tell you simple ways to ensure that your haircut can last at least six months, if not more.

Ways To Make Your Haircut Last Longer

1. Choose The Right Haircut
First off, if you want to keep your hair away from the scissors for longer, you need to pick the right cut. If you opt for something super short like a pixie or bob, you will need to maintain it a lot more. So pick something generic like layers and disconnected cuts, which will help your hair grow in style.

2. Month One: Be Careful
When maintaining your hair, you need to be careful to stay away from harmful chemicals. Don’t over shampoo and use a lot of conditioner. Ensure that you use home remedies like DIY masks and eat healthy foods for hair.

3. Month Two: Stay Away From The Gadgets & Tools
While maintaining your hair care routine, ensure that you keep away from blow-dryers, straightening irons and curlers. These till damage your ends and make them look limp in the second month itself.

4. Month Three: Get Professional Help
This is the time that your hair might start looking flat and uneven. Pick a serum that helps your hair look shiny and manageable, and get help from your stylist to create a light fun look without cutting them or using any chemical treatments.

5. Months Four & Five: Volumise And Braid
Just when you think it is time for a cut, have some patience. Use various hairstyles like braids, ponytails and buns to hide your shabby ends. Additionally, use volumising shampoo and conditioner to get that bouncy look, even when the hair is flat and dull.

6. Month Six: Work On The Ends
Finally, the month before the cut, your hair might have split ends and dry ends. Use a nourishing serum and various home remedies to get care for your hair ends.

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