6 New Haircuts for Long Hair
Sick of your hairstylist offering "long layers" as the only option for your "I love my long hair" hair? These are the best long haircuts that are happening now
The slow transitionIf you have incredibly long hair, Jarman suggests asking your stylist to cut it in stages. "If it's someone who's never cut her hair short before, I'll do it gradually," she says. "I'll take three or four inches and see how she feels before cutting more." As long as your stylist cuts straight across, you can still end up with any of the aforementioned haircuts once you choose your length.
If you know you're ready for the big chop, consider donating your hair to Pantene Beautiful Lengths, which will take hair that's eight inches or longer, or Locks of Love if you've got 10 inches to spare. Both of these charities make wigs for women and children who are battling cancer.
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