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Hair length chart – helps to decide which length is good for your hair

Knowing your hair length is important whether you’re getting a haircut or seeking to get extensions. Apart from these two factors, hair also contributes to the definition of the face.

We usually refer to hair length in three ways: short, medium, or long. But there’s more to it than that. Experiments are endless, but only a few instances when your hairstylist gets it right. Hairdresser chops off more length than customers want, resulting in shorter hair. It’s not always his/her fault; sometimes, we don’t know what to ask ourselves, so having a hair length chart is essential.

We will discuss the significance and application of a hair length chart. Why should you use them, anyway?

What Does a Hair Length Chart Mean?

You now understand what the hair level chart means, but why is it important? As I previously stated, to get good styling done, you must first understand your hair level. It will also assist you with the purchasing of extensions and hair donations.

The chart includes measures in inches and names based on how they appear, such as chin-length, shoulder-length, long, neck length hair. 

What Effect Does Your Hair Type Have on Length?

First and foremost, everyone is born with a distinct hair type; some people have straight hair, while others have curly, wavy, or even tight curls. You have no control over this (permanently). When hair is completely straight, it is termed normal hair lengths. Why? Because that’s when you’ll be able to measure the hair accurately.

If you consider a straight hair chart or a wavy or curly hair chart, you will only make matters worse for yourself. To achieve that length, you’ll need to grow your hair twice as long as now. The hair length chart will be explained in the next part.

What Is a Hair Length Chart and How Do I Use It?

Using a hair length chart and measuring the hair is not rocket science. We’ve included three-length guides for straight, wavy, and curly hair.

Girls with wavy or curly hair can benefit from the following advice: Pull the hair strand completely taut while measuring hair length, and then measure.

Guide to Hair Length

What is the definition of short hair?

Short hair length is defined as hair reaching the earlobes or above the chin level.

Ear Width

This is the shortest hair length on the hair length chart, starting at the scalp and ending just before or below the ear lobes. Request an ear-length haircut from your hairstylist.

Chin Length hair

Chin length hair is defined as hair that ends at the chin. In the 1930s, this length was increasingly fashionable. 

Length of Shoulders

Shoulder-length hair is defined as locks that fall just above the shoulder. The benefit of this length is that you may wear it in a ponytail, an updo, or leave it down; it will look fantastic in any style.

What Is the Definition of Long Hair?

Long hair is defined as hair that reaches the level of the armpit and extends below it. Every woman desires this length, but it takes months and a rigorous hair care regimen to obtain. Only a few people are born with naturally long hair.

Length of Collarbone

Hair below the collarbone is fantastic because it allows you to arrange it however you want, even if you get a layered haircut. It’s a lengthy strand of hair.

Length of Armpits

This is the length where you can curl your hair for a trendy style with longer hair. 

Waist Measurement

‘Very Long Hair,’ as you call it. The locks will eventually wrap around your waist. Furthermore, the number of compliments you will receive is proportionate to how well you maintain this length.

Length: Extra Long

When your hair reaches below the waist, it is considered very long. When out at this length, the owner will get an amused look, which is very uncommon to observe.  

Questions and Answers (FAQs):

1. What is the optimum hair length for my facial shape?

You can go with any length you like, as long as the haircut you receive defines your facial form.

2. What is the optimum hair length for me?

Decide on the length after defining your face shape and prioritizing the statement appearance you want to achieve. Short hair is ideal if the distance between your earlobe and chin is less than 2.25 inches. If it’s more than that, though, short hair should be avoided.

3. How can I keep my hair length?

• divide hairs into Sections to wash

• Detangle, brush, and comb your hair; 

• Trim your hair regularly; 

• Moisturize your hair; 

• Create basic hairstyles 

• Keep your scalp clean (it’s where strands receive protein and hydration) and avoid heat styling. It’s fine to use heat styling on occasion, but not all the time. Allowing your scalp to become congested is never a good idea. 

5. How to Choose the Right Hair Length: 

You now understand everything there is to know about hair length, from the fundamentals to the most complex forms. There’s nothing else you need to know. Say goodbye to surprises and shocks following a haircut; you can now specify the intended length using suitable terminology just at first. 

Hair length and extensions are generally divided into three categories: short, medium, and long, with variations based on look. If you still want to play around, try adding extensions.

Huynh Nguyen

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