New Style, New MeYou know you're switching up your hair too much when the lady at the hair store knows you on a first name basis! You walk into the store, and she already knows what you’re about to buy! See, that’s way too much! We all know somebody who gets their hair done, often, and we’re just like “really, again?” Now, they may love to get their hair done and see nothing wrong with it, but I’m here to tell you, there is, maybe? Switching up your hair as often as weekly or once a month, depending on the style might be too excessive. However, nothing is ever black and white, right? Some people can switch up on their hairstyles and have no issues whatsoever. On the other hand, some people live at the hair salon and have too much hair issues to count! Like most things in life, doing something too much isn’t always a good thing. Sometimes we must learn discipline, educate ourselves and try things differently when things don’t work out. Continue reading below as I go through some definite signs to know when switching up your hair is too much!
ExtensionsNow look, sis, I enjoy hair extensions just as much as you do, but you have to let your hair breathe sometimes! Seriously, you know you’re switching up your hair extensions too much when your real hair is damaged. It's common for people to wear extensions so much that they completely neglect their hair because they believe the purpose of hair extensions is to replace real hair. Let me be the first to tell you how wrong that logic is. Wearing hair extensions is excellent as a protective style, but there should also be a period when you allow your hair to breathe. For the most part, people neglect their natural hair because they only aren’t educated on what may happen when hair extensions are left in too long. Read below on a few things that can happen:
- Bad Smells
- Extreme knotting