Hairstyling Tip: Benefits of a Haircut


Light, airy, and fresh: nothing beats that feeling after your hair has been cut by your hairstylist. Aside from using hair products, achieving your new hairstyle can be as simple as getting haircuts regularly. While men tend to freshen up their locks more frequently, women tend to hold off on getting haircuts. For healthy hair, it is recommended to get a haircut every 4-6 weeks. A regular haircut can benefit your hair, check out these top three reasons why:

1. Hairstyle Maintenance: If you have a short hairstyle, like a pixie or men’s haircut, maintaining that hair with regular trims is sure to freshen up your hairstyle.

2. Say Bye-Bye to Split Ends: Both medium and long hair lengths can benefit from a regular trim which in turn takes away split ends caused by heat styling. Remember, split ends don’t just stop at your hair’s ends–some split ends continue all the way to the scalp. Regular haircuts also maintain your hair’s health.

3. Avoid Losing Inches from your Hair: Do you wait more than a year to have your hair cut? While the length in your hair may grow, your hair may not be completely healthy. When you decide to cut your hair, you may end up having to cut a few inches off to make it look healthy, opposed to the small amount you get trimmed off during regular haircuts.

This client benefited from a haircut done by Jonathan Serna. Photo by Jonathan Serna.

This client benefited from a haircut done by Jonathan Serna. Photo by Jonathan Serna.

In the Pasadena area and feel the need to get a haircut? Book your next hair appointment with our talented team at Salon Sessions and get that hair ready for the summer season!


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