So, when was it? Go on. Be honest.
Alright — I'll go first. It's been well over six months. Maybe eight? Maybe MORE?
As someone who doesn't get their hair coloured, I don't need to sit in a salon chair every two weeks. In fact, I'll usually go for a really big chop and then just let my hair grow back and do it all again, months later.
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But apparently, not cutting your hair for a very long time is actually quite bad for the health of your hair — and can actually change everything for the texture to the way it grows.
1. Your hair texture can change.
While there are a bunch of different things that can influence the texture of your hair (stress, diet changes, post-partum — just to name a few!), if you're a lass who usually has curly hair, but find your texture is looking a little lifeless and... blah... it could mean you're well overdue for a chop.