Let’s separate fact from fiction:
Hair growth stems from the follicles on our scalps, not from the ends of our hair.
So, snipping off the ends cannot affect how fast hair grows because it doesn’t alter the follicles up top.
For example, if you are genetically predisposed to a maximum hair growth rate of six inches per year, shearing off your ends won’t accelerate it.
However, as counterintuitive as it sounds, trimming your hair actually promotes length retention.
This eventually leads to breakage. And as a result, hair becomes thinner and shorter.
In addition, trims add a balanced weight to the hair. They make it appear longer and thicker.
Sadly, hair-cutting scissors don’t possess magical powers, but this doesn’t make regular trims any less important. Book a trim today.
You’re welcome. 🙂