When it is time for a trim many will experience breakage when combing or styling their hair. This is a problem because it will lead to loss of length and fullness.
2. Split ends
Hair that is splitting just leads to problem after problem. Split ends can travel up the hair shaft. They even cause breakage! In the end, you could end up losing more length than desired. So, trimming that tiny bit of hair now, can prevent having a major hair cut in the long run.
3. Tangles and Knots
If you are noticing more tangles and knots, especially at the ends of the hair, consider a trim. Allowing the hair to constantly tangle and knot will eventually lead to breakage and split ends. Detangling becomes a tedious and frustrating job.
4. Transparent ends
I've been here more often than not! LOL Transparent ends are a major sign that it is time for a trim. It will make the hair look thin and lifeless.
5. Moisture issues
Have you been applying product after product and are still having dry ends? Your hair seems to be moisturized everywhere else except the ends. They just feel hard and brittle no matter what. Grab those hair shears!
6. Frizz and dullness
Often hair that needs to be trimmed will look dull and frizzy. This can be the result of breakage, split ends, knots, transparent ends, and dryness! LOL
Trimming our ends is important for the overall health of our hair. Healthy hair is always beautiful. In the end, we want hair that is healthy and hair that looks healthy at all lengths. (Even the "awkward length" stage. LOL)
Check out my YouTube video, Natural Hair 4C- Dusting and Trimming Ends
Crystal aka Kriss
Hey! I'm Crystal, an energetic married mother of two who is on a journey to become the woman God has meant for me to be. I'm sharing my journey in hopes to inspire others to be comfortable with who they are. Here you will find lots of things ranging from natural hair care, beauty, marriage fun, spirituality, and more!
Remember to be who you are and not the person others think you should be!
Last Relaxer Date:
February 3, 2012
Big Chop Date:
August 5th 2012