There’s a growing body of research that suggests cutting hair is better for your health.
However, cutting your hair can still be dangerous.
Here are the five most common reasons hair loss happens.1.
Hair is stuck to your skinAfter cutting your haircut, your scalp and hair follicles will begin to heal.
Hair on the scalp can be removed by washing the hair out with warm water and a mild shampoo.
However this can cause your scalp to become very sticky and hard to get rid of.
Hair can also become brittle and break off, leaving behind a white cast.2.
Hair gets caught in your poresThe hair on your scalp can become trapped in your skin pores and causes hair loss.
This can cause you to develop a black discolouration and the appearance of a patchy mess.3.
Hair grows back after you stop cuttingYour hair can return after you’ve stopped cutting it.
Hair may be naturally restored and still grow, but it may take up to six months for the hair to return to its original length.4.
Hair loses its elasticityAfter you stop shaving your scalp, the hair is stripped of its elastic properties, and is stripped down to the elastic parts of the scalp.
This may result in a thin, thin, brittle, or wavy hair.5.
Hair becomes brittle or waxyYour hair becomes brittle and hard, especially if it has a hard texture.
This is because the hair grows out of the bone at the back of the head and starts growing at the front.
This causes your scalp (and scalp hair) to swell and develop a lumpy look.