Why Hair Dusting Could Be Your Answer To Longer, Healthier Hair


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Hey, ladies!

Hope you are doing great. We all know that trimming our hair every six to eight weeks helps to chop off split ends and aids in hair growth. But the newest technique has just hit the beauty world, and so far it definitely seems a promising option. Curious? This new method is called hair dusting and helps to get longer hair without split ends. So you have healthy hair without compromising on your hair length. That definitely looks like a win-win story. Read on to know details about the hair dusting technique.

What is hair dusting?

So hair dusting is a new technique which allows you to get rid of split ends without reducing your hair length. It is hailed as a hair cutting miracle as you simply remove the rough, damaged strands without chopping off the ends.

How did it come into vogue?

Although hair dusting existed for quite some time, it was recently popularised by an LA-based hairdresser and stylist, Sal Salcedo. He is saving the hair of his clients just by ‘dusting them’.

What is actually done in hair dusting?

For hair dusting, you need to snip off the very bottom of your hair strands. Compare it to removing fuzz from clothes. You need to smooth out your hair and allow the damaged hair to be prominent. The scissors move back and forth in the hands of the expert who can let the shears snap off the damaged end of the hair length. If needed, a little is chopped off from the hair ends.

Who benefits from hair dusting?

Actually, everybody! Hair dusting is more of a grooming technique than an actual haircut. So to maintain your hairstyle or remove dead damaged hair, hair dusting is your answer. Our hair gets severely damaged because of harsh weather and pollution, rampant colouring, bad haircuts in the hands of novices, hot tools, and age. So, removing frayed ends from hair before split ends completely damage hair is a must. This technique definitely keeps hair looking smoother and healthier.

How often should you get your hair dusted?

Depending on the damage levels of your hair, your hair stylist may suggest a frequency of hair dusting. You can go for hair dusting once every two months.

Things to keep in mind

Choose the hair expert very carefully. Make sure he or she is well trained and experienced in hair dusting, or you might end up doing more harm than good. This is not an actual haircut, so don’t expect it to radically change how your hair looks and feels.

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