Sometimes, we look at our hair and say it looks thin and it is probably better to cut it off. Many people think that cutting their hair will make it grow thicker, but is it really true? We wonder whether there is any truth to this idea; before getting hasty and cut your hair, let’s discuss it further.
As a matter of fact, cutting your hair will not make it grow more radiant and thicker; it is a false theory. Nevertheless, getting a haircut will make it look like it is growing back shinier and thicker. This is because when we cut it, we give it a chance to grow back looking good.
An expert on hair says that hair can be thought of as a stick of bamboo; when the bamboo is not as long, it appears tough, less flexible and thicker. Essentially, when you cut your hair, you get rid of the dead ends, and this makes your hair appear a lot stronger and healthier.
Furthermore, hair gets damaged by using the curling iron, various straighteners and treatments. So, the longer you apply these things on your hair, the more your hair gets damaged.
This damage affects mostly the ends of the hair, and that is why when you cut your hair it grows back looking much healthier and thicker. To make your hair look thicker, you need to cut it in layers by a hairdresser; this will give it volume. So, the bottom of it is that trimming your hair will not make it grow back thicker, but it will make your hair appear healthier.
Finally, if you have a thin hair, you need to avoid polymers, ammonia and detergents found in traditional shampoos because they are harsh ingredients to your scalp and your hair, and remember that short to medium haircut is the best for you.