Unraveling Common Hair Myths

Trimming your hair doesn't affect its growth at the roots. However, regular trims can prevent split ends and breakage, promoting healthier-looking hair.


Plucking one gray hair doesn't result in more gray hairs. However, it's not recommended because repeated plucking can damage the hair follicle.

Plucking gray hair

Washing your hair daily can strip it of natural oils, leading to dryness. The frequency of shampooing should depend on your hair type and lifestyle.


Excessive brushing can cause breakage. Brush your hair gently to remove tangles, but there's no need for a set number of strokes.

Brushing your hair 100 strokes

While frequent coloring can lead to damage, modern hair dyes are formulated to be less damaging. It's essential to follow proper care and conditioning routines.

Coloring your hair

Once a hair strand is split, it cannot be fully repaired. Regular trims can help prevent further splitting.

Split ends can be repaired

While extreme stress may contribute to hair loss, it doesn't directly cause hair to turn gray. Genetics and aging are the primary factors.

Stress turns hair gray

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