When I was younger I hated getting my hair trimmed. I wanted long hair at all costs. It didn't matter to me that the last two or three inches at the end of my hair were thinning, uneven, splitting, had knots and were just unhealthy looking.
As far as I was concerned, my hair was “long” and it was those extra inches that made it so.
Since my “ hair revolution” aka my hair journey, I have come to really embrace the idea and the act of trimming my hair. I decided to write an article on this topic today because I recently gave myself a 2.5 inch trim which took me from closer to waist length to two inches below bra strap ( Mid back length). I have been asked the question many times
“ Why did you cut your hair?" I now value trimming my hair because, while trimming the hair does not make it grow, as I was lead to believe when I was younger, it does have multiple benefits to achieving a healthy head of hair.
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