Long Hairstyles - Keeping Up
With Growing Hair
many ways, long hairstyles are the hardest to
manage. The longer hair gets, the more likely it
is to tangle, get split ends, and become frizzy.
To combat these effects on longer hairstyles, it’s
important to follow a regimen with increasing
attention the longer you go between haircuts.
One of the simplest ideas is to ask your hair
stylist for a long hairstyle that will grow out
and maintain the look as long as possible. Any
good stylist will have options for you and take
the time to discuss each of the hairstyles as long
as you need in order to make an informed decision.
Associated with Long Hair
No matter which hairstyle you choose, however, the
longer your hair gets, the more likely it will
present unavoidable problems that will require
your attention. A common problem with many
hairstyles is frizziness, especially if you have
straight hair. Frizz is caused by parts of each
hair strand separating from the core of the hair.
To guard against this, use a quality conditioner
that infuses your long hair with moisture and
nutrients. Do this more often the longer your
Longer hairstyles are also susceptible to split
ends, which are, essentially, the same phenomenon
as frizz, but only near the ends of each hair
strand. A good conditioner and regular trims will
help you avoid this problem. The sooner you
notice split ends beginning, the less hair you’ll
need trimmed off, so keep an eye on this as your
hair gets long.
Tangles in a long hairstyle can be a real pain –
literally! The simplest way to avoid tangles is
to brush out your hair before you take a shower or
bath. It doesn’t have to be anything elaborate –
just a few good strokes all along the width of
your hair should do the trick.
These simple tips for long hairstyles will help
you maintain the beauty and health of your hair as
it grows out. Get into the habit of doing these
things and it will quickly become routine.
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