Hair is a very important part of who we are as human beings. In the olden days, hair was referred to as our “crown” and was a unique identifier of different groups of people. In present times, haircuts are important for maintaining healthy hair, for encouraging growth and for maintaining the aesthetic that sets us apart in crowds.
Here are a few reasons why a regular haircut may be beneficial to your health, your looks and your mental health.
Regular Hair Cuts Deal with Hair Breakage
An important sign of damaged hair is split ends. When your hair has split ends, it is at a stage referred to as no-return. The best way to restore health and encourage regrowth of your hair is by getting a trim. A trim helps to get rid of split ends which leads to hair growth.
Minimizes Dandruff and Dry Scalp
Dandruff are flakes that shed off from a dry or infected scalp. Not washing your hair regularly is one reason for dandruff accumulation. Dandruff also finds healthy ground for growth during the heat of summer or dampness of winter.
A regular haircut involves a wash that exposes the scalp and cleanses off the dry flakes. It also allows for moisturizing of the scalp which prevents flaking and eventual dandruff formation.
A Good Routine Encourages Hair Growth
Clean, moisturized hair will grow. Getting a regular haircut allows your scalp to be cleaned and moisturized, it allows your hair to be washed, oiled and trimmed encouraging new hair growth. If you are looking to grow your hair, regular haircuts might just be the missing ingredient.
It Is A Form of Self-Care
Getting out of the house, listening on as conversations happen around the barber shop and having a good wash are all perfect ingredients for a self-care day.
If you are looking for a new look, or are simply looking to get your regular haircut, The Barber Chair is your best bet. Combining traditional barber practices with modern approaches, you can be sure that not only will they get your particular look right, you will have a good time while at it. Visit us today at 5340 Clark Road in Sarasota!