Should you cut your own hair wet or dry?
For most textures, Tripodi actually recommends trimming hair while it’s slightly damp. “If it’s towel-dried and a lot of moisture is taken out of the hair, but you can still see its natural texture, that’s a generally good time to cut it,” she explains.
Does cutting hair keep it healthy?
It may sound ridiculous, but cutting your hair can actually help it grow longer. However, if you do not have damaged hair or split ends, then cutting it too often will prevent your hair growing longer, as you’ll simply be trimming healthy sections of hair.
What are the disadvantages of cutting dry hair?
The only real disadvantage of dry cutting hair is that it can be difficult to create precise lines. If you’re looking for an A-line or very blunt bob, you’re probably better off getting your cut while your hair is wet.
Is it rude to go to hairdresser with dirty hair?
General rule of thumb: come with clean(ish) hair. This doesn’t necessarily mean freshly washed hair (2-3 days from your last shampoo is generally fine). But hair that is overly dirty, greasy or even just full of product makes it harder for hairdressers to get to know your hair in its natural state.
What happens if I never cut my hair?
Your Hair “Stops Growing.” “By not cutting your hair, you are actually risking the length rather than letting it grow,” says Bivona. When those ends split, they’ll eventually travel up your hair and break it off higher, leaving your hair shorter than before—and such was the case with my sad, sad locks.
Does cutting hair dry cause split ends?
Dry cutting also causes less damage to the hair, which allows you to go longer between haircuts. “When the hair is dry and you’re using dry cutting scissors, you get a much cleaner cut on the ends of the hair, so they don’t split and fray as much.”