If you cut your hair short and you regret it, here are some ideas that may help you:
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Oh, my friend! Hair is like a sacred temple for most of us.
When it comes to getting a new haircut, chances are you may regret it.
Some clients come to the salon confident for a trendy short bob. Although they were splendid, they find it hard to see their hair on the floor and accept that there is no turning back.
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However, this regret lasts a few days. Life is all about change and some of us find it more challenging than others. Still, eventually, we end up getting used to it, don’t we?
The important thing is what to do when you regret cutting your hair short , and that’s why I’ll give you 5 tips to get you started.
They may not be hairdressing tricks, but I’m going to give you advice from my experience with my clients and also my own (don’t think it hasn’t happened to me).
Wait for a few days: haircuts usually look better after 7 days
As I was saying, you should give yourself time to get used to the changes and your new haircut is no exception. If you’re regretting it, do this:
- Wait for a few days before making any decisions.
- Wash your hair to let the cut settle.
- Don’t lose your temper. Have a little patience and remember that time flies.
- Pamper yourself these days to be more positive,
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Opt for a different hairstyle: try different hairstyles, use gel, mousse, accessories, etc.
If you cut your hair too short and regret it, the solution may be to try different hairstyles.
You can try waves, braids, or ponytails that look great on short hair.
Change your parting to one side or to the middle. Try it all. I’m sure you’ll find a look that you can rock.
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Attitude is everything: look for the positive side of your new haircut
Wearing your new haircut with a positive attitude may change your perception.
Moreover, you can take advantage of the situation and even have fun with your new look.
Go for showing it off! If someone compliments your new haircut, don’t say: “phew, it’s too short.”
Instead, change those words to: “Thank you! I wanted to try something different, and I love it.”
Plus, you can enjoy the new hair care routine. Think about it: you’ll save products and time with short hair!
Make the most of the changes: they always come with surprises!
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Visit your hairdresser; they can help you to improve your new haircut
Have you tried everything and still regret cutting your hair too short?
Don’t you even want to go out on the street because you hate your new cut?
It may be time to return to your hairdresser and tell him about it. They’ll be able to advise you on what to do to make you feel better about the new look.
Maybe a touch-up on the ends, highlights, or another color will make you feel much better!
Help your hair to grow faster with these 5 tips
While I don’t have the magic wand to make your hair grow overnight, I’ll give you some tips to stimulate hair growth:
In my case, I always choose shower time. You’ll stimulate growth and also relax.
- Don’t use heat tools to avoid damaging your hair or slowing its growth.
- Avoid hair extensions.
No matter how much you regret your short hair and wish you had long hair again, extensions pull on the hair and can cause it to fall out.
- Take care of your hair routine, don’t wash it daily, and use a sulfate-free shampoo, to prevent it from drying out.
- Use wide combs to comb your hair, and do it carefully. You can cut your hair if you use other thinner combs, and comb your hair carelessly.
ConclusionEven if you regret the short hair, I am sure you’ll get used to it very quickly. But you must give yourself time and have patience. Take advantage of it, look on the bright side, and be positive.
Besides, hair grows. Give your new style a chance!