By Megan Segura, Daily Makeover
It seems the old advice "get a trim every six to eight weeks" is a bit outdated and could be doing more harm than good. "I think it's a really big mistake," says Jen.
Jen first spotted the problem when clients would complain their hair wasn't growing fast enough. She says the one-size-fits-all advice of getting regular trims doesn't work for everyone. "Not everyone's hair grows a lot."
Instead, Jen says it's better to invest in a really good (read: expensive) stylist/cut. "Go to someone really good, then you don't have to go so often."
To keep hair looking its best between cuts, Jen recommends supplements (like fish oil, Biotin or Viviscal) and a shampoo that's hydrating and takes care of the scalp, like Clear Intense Hydration Nourishing Shampoo ($5.49, soap.com).
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