Regular hair clippers can prevent and deal with split ends. In addition, removing certain parts of the hair is believed to make hair healthier.
In addition to preventing and dealing with split ends, routine hair clippers have a number of other benefits. Here are various myths and facts about the benefits that you can get if you are diligent in doing hair scissors.
Prevents and treats split ends
Hair has the outermost layer with the hardest texture, namely the cuticles. The function of the cuticle is to protect the inner layer of hair (cortex). When styling is done such as curling, straightening, bleaching, or coloring, the cuticle can be damaged or open so that the cortex appears rough-textured. That’s why hair can look rough, dull, and dry. Too often exposure to chemicals from shampoo, air pollution, and sunlight can further weaken the cortex and eventually make the cortex break so that the hair becomes broken.
This broken condition can occur in parts of the hair that are near the scalp or on the ends of the hair. Branched hair is a condition of hair breakage that occurs at the ends. Although certain hair conditioners can help surround the ends of the split ends, it still doesn’t really improve the structure of the hair.
Then, what if the hair already branched? Do not worry. It is recommended to routinely do hair clippers for 8-10 weeks which is useful for handling and preventing split ends.
Make Hair Healthy and Long Fast
There is an assumption that the more often you cut the ends of your hair, the longer your hair will get. Therefore, there are people who deliberately cut the ends of their hair once a month. In fact, the hair grows to 1.5 cm in length every month. This means that the total hair growth per year is only around 18 cm. Fast hair growth is more influenced by age, hair type, hormones, nutrition, hair health, and overall body health.
Since hair health is an important factor to support hair growth, it is recommended to routinely cut hair every 6-8 weeks. In essence, if you want to lengthen hair, first make sure that the hair is in healthy condition. Cut only the damaged hair.
Make Hair Look Thicker
Compared to long hair, short hair can look thicker because hair does not dangle. There are some assumptions that cutting hair can make hair grow thicker. This may be because cutting hair makes the ends of the hair blunt and look darker and thicker.
In fact, cutting hair can not change hair thickness, hair color and even the rate of growth. Nevertheless, cutting hair is the right way to overcome hair damage so that hair that grows later is healthier.
As a Mood Therapy
Some myths say that cutting hair can be an unlucky ritual. Some people do hair clippers after a breakup from a partner. The myth is not entirely mystical, because some findings show that the appearance of hair can indeed affect more than just mood.
According to some experts, cutting hair after a breakup does have a positive impact. Not just trying lipstick with a bolder color, cutting hair with a different model than usual might make you feel better psychologically and make the burden of life feel lighter and freer. In addition, changing hair color becomes something that can make a woman feel calmer, more confident, and feel like a new person.
Hair clippers are sometimes as if they don’t mean anything or are seen just cutting a little hair. In fact, doing hair scissors routinely impressive has violated your intention to lengthen your hair. In fact, these activities can be an effort to keep your hair well maintained, healthy and beautiful.