Although, we want to hold on to every length of our hair, but there are times we have to let go of the tangled and split ends that wouldn’t want our hair to be great. Trimming natural hair to get rid of split ends and tangles is necessary to maintain overall health of the hair. Getting rid of the tangled ends reduces time spent on detangling and strain placed on hair while detangling. Trimming split ends reduces hair shedding and fuller hair.
Recently, my hair is getting tangled easily and difficult to detangle. I also have more sheddings on wash day. These are my indications that my hair needs trimming.
The last time I trimmed my hair was 6 months ago when I did my big chop to get rid of all the relaxed ends.
How I Trim My Hair
- I started on stretched hair, I stretched my hair using the threading method
- Then I comb through my hair to know where the tangles start,
- Comb through the tangles
- Then cut off the tangled and split ends
- I comb through my hair one more time to see if there are any more tangles to be cut off.
- Once I’m done trimming my hair, I go over it to see if there are any split ends or tangles left
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