Regular Salon Haircuts

Agent Hue was established in 2016 with the aim to make their clients “Feel Their Best”.
We know that when you’re looking good and love your hairstyle you’ll feel good too. Our aim is to give you a boost in your self confidence and put a smile on your face.

Making an appointment for your haircut might not always be a priority. But it might be time to rethink that. Agent Hue stylists can think of a lot of reasons why putting off haircuts is a bad idea when it comes to the health of your hair:

             Keep your cut fresh: If you have very short hair or a detailed cut, it will look fresh with regular trims. It will also be easier to manage. Long hair also benefits from trims to keep split ends away.

             Maintain your hair: So, how often should you get your hair cut? This will depend on how fast your hair grows, the condition and the length of your hair.

             Avoid split ends: Split ends get progressively worse. Once ends are split, they keep splitting. Split ends can travel up toward the scalp. If damaged hair is not trimmed, you could end up with frizzy, fine, damaged or fried-looking hair. It’s much better to get a trim than to wait–you may end up cutting off 3 inches until your hair is healthy!

When To Get A Haircut?

How often do you really need to get your hair cut?

Buzz Cut: 3 Weeks

Buzz cuts are one of the easiest looks to style. They’re sort of a roll out of bed and go situation. However, they require the most regular cutting schedule. On average, it takes a month for hair to grow out half an inch. If you want your buzz cut to stay looking fresh, a cut every three weeks is key. This applies to undercuts and side shaves as well!

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Short Hair: 6 Weeks

Short hair, especially pixie cuts, bobs, or layered styles, usually look their best when you hit the salon every six weeks.

Shoulder-Length Styles: 8 Weeks

A medium-length cut can wait longer for a cut than a short one.

Longer Hair: 3 Months

Long hair styles can wait the longest of all between cuts. However, if you notice dry or damaged ends, or if you notice your hair becoming tangled or bulky, it’s good to stop in. The standard answer is 4-6 weeks. However, this all depends on the texture of your hair, the health of your hair and the style you are trying to maintain. An Agent Hue expert can give you personalised guidance, book today.