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Tips: How to Keep Your Haircut Fresh and Make it Last Longer?

Are you up for a new haircut? A trim that will last longer than your last one? Because you probably want to save some money and avoid the barber for a couple of weeks longer?

If the answers are YES, you should keep reading!

Let’s Just Get One Thing Clear…

There’s no way to slow down hair growth. Instead, what you want to do is control how long your haircut appears fresh and epic and how to maintain it. We’ll show you how to make a haircut last longer.

Few days ago I had lunch with the owner of ECOS barbing salon and I asked him for some tips on hair maintenance, here are some tips he shared with me.

1. Get the Right Haircut

Keep in mind that the shorter your hair is, the more often you need a trim to keep the shape. Hard-edges styles like the skin fade, the crop haircut or undercut don’t last as long as the cuts with more natural borders. A haircut with fuller sides doesn’t have to be cut as often. The extra length on the sides and on top won’t be that noticeable. Super short buzz cuts also require a significant amount of upkeep to look their best.

Getting a haircut

2. Try Not to Overwash

To maintain a fresh cut longer, don’t overwash your hair. Shampooing your hair too often will strip hair of its natural oils, causing it to dry out and frizz more easily and look messy. Depending on your hair type and texture, of course, keep your hair wash down to 2-3 times a week …if possible.

Man washing his hair

3. Use hair Conditioner

A conditioner is your best bet to ensure that your hair doesn’t dry out. It protects your hair from losing too much oil during the shampooing process and brings back moisture. Remember, different hair types and scalps require different products and levels of shampooing and conditioning. A well cared for hair will look healthier and the haircut will last longer.

Shampoo in hand

4. Use the Right Tools

When it comes to successful hair maintenance, it’s well worth plunking down a few extra bucks for tools that won’t harm your hair and call for a new haircut.

Use heat projection before blow drying your hair and look for the right brush or comb for your hairstyle and hair type. There are lots of brushes and combs in different shapes and sizes to keep your hair free from tangles.

A wide-toothed comb, for example, is perfect if you’ve got thick, mid to long hair. It creates amazing texture and stokes your hair into shape.

By Vilain wide toothed comb

You can get hair conditioners at Ecos salon at Akanu Obiam stadium UNN or at CEC barbing salon

This post is sponsored by ECOS barbing salon.

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