It's tough to know when you really need to get a haircut, especially if you're trying to grow it out and hate the thought of having to get a trim. However, getting a regular cut every eight weeks or so is recommended because it can keep your hair healthy and looking fresh. If you can't remember the last time you got a trim, you may want to consider these tips to tell whether or not you need one, from Glamour magazine and Hairfinder.com.
1. If you step out of the shower and barely have time to dry off before the tips of your hair are practically dry, your strands are seriously parched. Get a trim immediately or at least use Leonor Greyl – Creme Regeneratrice (For dry hair & split ends) to add moisture.
2. Does your hair gradually get thinner the longer it gets? If you notice that the ends of your hair are significantly thinner than the hair near your roots, it's likely time to get a cut.
3. If you roll the ends of your locks between your fingers, does it make a crunchy, crispy noise? If so, you need some serious moisture and a trim to get rid of that damaged hair. Use GraftCyte – Post-Surgical Conditioner after your cut to keep your tresses from getting thirsty.