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Please, avoid cutting your own hair.

Updated: Apr 4, 2020

We know you're stir crazy. We know you're getting shaggy. We know you've poked around on Youtube for tutorials and you're a glass of wine and a Pinterest board away from just cutting your hair yourself. Well, we're here to tell you: Don't cut your own hair, please.

How about we discuss alternatives?

1. Establish A Wash Cycle

Now is a great time to start investing in the overall health of your hair. We recommend learning about your curl types and establishing a good wash cycle. If you've got frizzy or greasy hair the same day you wash, now is the time to start washing your hair every 2-3 days and using Kevin Murphy Fresh.Hair dry shampoo on your off days to soak up the extra oil. The fact is: when you wash your hair daily, you're stripping your hair of its natural oils.

2. Reenergize Dry, Damaged Hair with a Hair Mask

If you have color treated hair, dry hair, thin hair, or if you're looking for a moisture-boost, take some time to give your hair some therapy. We recommend Kevin Murphy Angel.Masque – great for reinvigorating your locks with moisture while strengthening and thickening hair.

HYDRATE.MASQUE a moisturizing and smoothing masque for frizzy coarse hair, too. If you're older, we recommend YOUNG.AGAIN.MASQUE with Immortelle and Baobab-Infused Restorative Softening Masque. It's the heaviest, most penetrative out of these masks. It's great for very dry, damaged, and unruly hair. It's really your one-stop shop if you're looking to rejuvenate your locks.

3. Help Your Hair Grow Stronger and Fuller

If you're dealing with thinner hair, now is the time to start giving it the care it needs to start filling in again. Hair loss is very common – it's due to stress, diet, mental health, and more. There are several reasons why you may be losing some hair. Especially around this time of global crisis – everyone is stressed. Luckily, there are some ways to help restore your hair. We recommend BODY.MASS that literally helps prevent hair from falling out. It thickens the hair while restoring proteins to help it grow stronger.

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