Tom Choisser at Eclips in Las Vegas gets a lot of questions about how often people should get their hair cut and colored. Everyone wants strong, healthy, beautiful hair – Tom can help. As a master stylist, he can help you navigate many of the most common hair questions.

  • How often should I cut my hair?
  • How often should I color my hair?
  • How often should you cut curly hair?
  • How often should I trim split ends?
  • How often should I deep condition?

Keep Your Short Style Fresh

There is no hard and fast rule for when to get a haircut. For short hairstyles, the time you can go between haircuts may be as little as 3-4 weeks. This is because new growth will be noticeable sooner, and the cut may look shaggy and unkempt.

The Skinny On Long Or Curly Hair

Longer hairstyles can typically go 6-8 weeks between cuts. People with curly hair can also go a bit longer between haircuts because the curl will hide new growth longer. Another factor is how fast your hair grows.

Personalized Advice For Your Perfect Length

Tom Choisser at Eclips can advise you on the length of time for your hair type, style, and growth pattern. Split ends will generally be trimmed off with your regular hair cut, but the best way to deal with them is prevention.

Maintaining Vibrant Hair Color

If you dye your hair, you may be wondering what the standard might for how frequently to color. Some colors require more maintenance than others to look fresh, and if your hair grows quickly, you will need to touch up more often.

Don’t Let Roots Give You Away

Also, your natural color is a big factor. If you have dark natural hair and are coloring it blonde, your roots will be very noticeable. You might want to color every 4-6 weeks. For colors that blend more naturally, you may be able to wait eight or more weeks between color treatments.

Deep Conditioning For Luxurious Locks

Tom Choisser at Eclips loves to take care of your hair. He’s a big fan of deep conditioning treatments that keep your tresses strong and healthy. How often you need a hair treatment depends on whether you color or straighten your hair and your daily styling routine.

Conditioning For Color & Heat Treated Hair

For color-treated hair, or daily heat styling, you probably need a treatment every 4-6 weeks. You can help your hair by not using heat tools and getting regular cuts to trim off split ends or other damage.

Get Professional Hair Advice In Las Vegas

Tom Choisser at Eclips offers an array of services, from haircuts to color to conditioning treatments. Let him advise you on the best way to care for and maintain your unique hair color and style. Contact him today and set up an appointment to get your best hair ever.