1. You’re Always Putting It Up
Ponytails and buns can be great, but if every day you find yourself hiding your hair rather than showing it off, getting a fresh cut will revive your style, giving you the option to wear it up or down.
2. It’s Only Shiny on Top
When you start to notice your hair doesn’t appear as lustrous from mid-shaft to the ends as it does on the top, that’s a definite sign that the lower portion of your hair needs to go.
3. Your Ends Dry Faster Than the Rest of Your Hair
Damaged hair cuticles are often more porous, so they dry more quickly. When the ends of our hair dry much quicker, it’s time to lose them.
4. It’s Hard to Comb
When no amount of conditioner is detangling those knots, and even your widest tooth comb can’t get all the way through your hair a haircut is calling.
5. It Can’t Hold a Curl Like It Used To
Whether your hair is naturally curly or you use rollers or a wand to give it waves, there may come a day when it looks limp and no longer curls like it once did. A cut can help to restore natural bounce, and also remove any damaged ends that are weighing your hair down and preventing it from holding a curl.