15 Ridiculous Hair Myths You Need to Stop Believing ...

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Donโ€™t let anyone tell you that there is something you absolutely have to do to your hair, because in fact, you may have been duped into believing ridiculous hair myths.

There are so many different sayings and โ€œrulesโ€ for your hair out there that it often becomes confusing to know which ones are actually helpful, and which ones are just downright silly.

Iโ€™ll be your official ridiculous hair myths buster today to help you know what will help you, and what tips you can toss aside!

1. Regular Trims = Hair Growth?

Regular Trims = Hair Growth?

Have you ever heard someone say that regular trimming of hair leads to hair growth?

Well, if you have, then that certain someone deserves a slap on the wrist for telling such a fib.

While trimming does help to maintain and keep the hair healthy, and also to keep split ends at bay, it doesnโ€™t affect the way that the hair actually grows.

Hair grows from the roots, not the ends!

This is not to say that you shouldn't trim regularly, please do!

Just be aware that it doesnโ€™t increase length or growth.

Healthy hair just has the appearance of growth, unlike most people who might tell you about one of the most popular and ridiculous hair myths.

2. Using the Same Shampoo Often Lessens Its Effect

Using the Same Shampoo Often Lessens Its Effect

After a while of using the same shampoo, it stops working.

That sounds like the real deal, right?

Wrong!

Itโ€™s been spread around so much that many people believe this is true.

Itโ€™s a good thing it isnโ€™t either.

I love my shampoo and I don't ever want to let go!

The key component to ensuring your shampoo will work is to find one that is perfect for your hair type.2

Thereโ€™s no real link to repeated use of your favorite shampoo and unhealthy hair.

So if you like what you have, feel free to keep using it!

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