Long hair lovers have always had to choose between hair health, and length. As hair gets longer ends become thinner, more brittle, and incresingly prone to breakage. Salons across the country echo with the suggestion “just a touch off the ends.” Three small words with the capability to send shivers down the spines of Canadian women.
After all, what contradicts achieving length more than the chop? Hard-cutting used to be the only way to achieve an even thickness from root to tip. Not anymore.