Those with curly, frizzy or voluminous hair will understand the struggle, especially in Singapore’s humid weather. Within days or weeks of a haircut, you may already start to lose that salon-fresh feeling. Know that even as your hair grows out, your haircut doesn’t have to grow out of shape.  It’s easy to take steps to help make sure that your haircut lasts as long as possible, especially when you’ve spent a pretty penny on it!  Here are some things you can do to make your haircut last longer:
  • Get the right hairstylist 

Our team of hairstylists have spent years perfecting our haircut techniques, and we make sure to work with your hair texture instead of against it.  The secret is that we cut according to the shape of your head – ensuring that the haircuts grow out as evenly as possible. That’s because none of our heads are perfectly shaped! There are often little bumps and indents that need to be tailored to. We may spend a little more time on haircuts, but our attention to detail makes sure that your cut goes a long way. You’ll notice the difference in the way it grows out. 
  • Get the right hair care products

If you also got your hair chemically treated along with your haircut, it’s important to use the right hair care products to maintain the effect. For example, using Keratin shampoo, or shampoo without sulfates will be helpful. To control frizziness due to humidity, using a little oil-based hair care product can lock in moisture and help you to maintain your style as well. 
  • Eat well

We’re all about inner beauty, and the quality of our hair often boils down to our diet and lifestyle.  Hair breakage, oiliness and dandruff can be exacerbated in our humid weather, but eating well allows hair to grow out strong and resilient. Taking supplements that contain Biotin can also help to strengthen hair. Avoiding deep fried and oily foods can help you to control the oiliness of your hair and scalp. 
  • Return for a trim

Eventually, you’ll still have to come back for a trim, no matter how long your cut lasts! That said, returning for a trim will can still help you maintain the style, especially for those with long hair and you’re not ready to completely change up your look yet. Anywhere from 3 to 4 months for a trim will ensure hair stays healthy. For those with short hair, 6 to 8 weeks is usually the time needed to refresh the style.  A great quality haircut in Singapore can be pricey, but when you get what you pay for, it’s absolutely worth it. When it falls into place nicely, holds its shape even in humid weather, is easy to maintain and suits you and your lifestyle perfectly, you’ll never settle for mediocre haircuts ever again. To experience a haircut that lasts, come make an appointment with us today.