By Aly Walansky, Daily Makeover
We know the rules: The ideal is to visit the salon for a trim every six weeks (or is it?). But whether it's an issue of budget or life getting in the way, sometimes six weeks becomes eight. Or longer. Here's how to go longer without visiting the salon (and hide the evidence when we really need to).
Create some texture. "Create casual texture on hair that's a bit longer and grown-out by using a styling and finishing spray, like American Crew Alternator ($15, birchbox.com). Spray liberally through slightly damp hair and use hands to push hair off the face for lasting versatility and a controlled messy finish for both men and women with any length of hair," says Paul Wilson, artistic director at American Crew and co-owner of Art + Science Salon in Chicago.
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