If you’ve noticed your hair is splitting at the ends, dead, and dry, your locks are screaming for a trim. Even though you may be wary on trimming your hair while you’re trying to grow it out, learn why it’s so important that you do.

Chopping off the split ends at the bottom of your hair will improve the health, making your hair shinier and healthier. Don’t let your hair get to the point of shedding more than you know it should be, or feathering out at the bottom. These are calls for help from your hair. If you find yourself constantly using heating tools such as a straightener or curling iron on a day to day basis, your hair will start to dry up, which puts it at risk for dead ends.

It may seem a bit counterintuitive, but trimming your hair while growing it out will encourage hair growth by ridding any damaged, broken, or split ends. To maintain your hair’s length, it is recommended to get a trim every four to six weeks.

For almost 30 years, Chrysalis Salon has been styling hair and serving the Staten Island community. Call now for an appointment. For more information contact us at 718-494-390