Long hair does’t need as much maintenance as short hair or medium hair in some way, but regular trim will make huge difference when you compare that with the long hair with low maintenance. And damages are more visible on long hair than different length.
1. Long hairstyles
- Long layers
- One-length long
- Gradual long hair
Heat from hair dryers, brushing and sunlights could be one of the main reason that cause damaging long hair.
Here are the 3 biggest changes 8 weeks after the last haircut.
- Hair volume
- Dry ends
- Lose shape of silhouette
1−１. Hair volume
Layer styles usually are a lot more texturized than other styles because hair needs to be volumized, lightened and designed by thinning, chop cutting and texturizing the ends.
Having hair cut and texturizing regularly is very important to prevent hair fluffs, ends get uneven, and to keep the volume at the same time, texturizing.
４−２. Dry ends
Hair weight should be reduced and ends are texturized when making volume or movement to thick long hair.
Ends that have been texturized will be the part needs to be maintained first than any other part of hair.
４−３. Lose shape of silhouette
Length and hair volume would be one of the main reason for long hair.
Her hair weight has reduced and texturized to make the most of her natural waves.
Her hair that has been reduces and texturized to make the most of her natural waves will loose the shape because it gets heavier and ends will be uneven.