A celebrity stylist with an A-list has revealed that you only have to cut your hair twice a year.
Justine Marjan, an outstanding stylist for Khloe Kardashian and Ashley Graham, shared a video on Instagram on Thursday, May 16, showing that she was receiving one of her two annual haircuts.
In addition to the video, the stylist said: & # 39; I always thought you & # 39; Every week & # 39; had to cut to make it grow and prevent split ends, but I soon realized after my move to LA what a myth that is! & # 39;
Expert tip! Hairdresser with celebrity from the list, Justine Marjan, revealed that she only had her hair cut twice a year in a video she shared with Instagram on Thursday, May 16
Bizarre! The hair expert told FEMAIL that she learned the hair hack when she moved to Los Angeles and started working in a busy, high-end salon
She added: & # 39; Unless you have a shortcut or style that will grow quickly (such as a pony), a great cut should take you several months and grow seamlessly, especially if you use great products to maintain the integrity of your hair. & # 39;
The hair expert, who has worked with a number of A-listers, including Olivia Culpo, Kerry Washington and Lily Aldridge, told FEMAIL that she learned the hair hack when she first moved to Los Angeles and started working in a busy high -the lounge.
She explained: “The woman I was assisting at the time would travel to the Middle East twice a year and all the girls there would wait every time to get their hair cut and they had the most incredible hair.
& # 39; I was busy in my career too, so I didn't have the time to cut my hair so often, but I've always used the great non-damaging hot tools and great products of my hair that I didn't need to make split points or fracture because I took measures to prevent them, & she added.
Justine, who was the mastermind behind Ashley Graham's intricate haircut in the Met Gala earlier this month and known as the model's go-to hair-pro, explained that she had stopped bleaching her hair around the same time .
Instead, she opted for semi-permanent colors that improved the condition of her hair.
Hair Crunch: Justine says that as long as you use products that take care of your hair, you don't have to have regular cutlets to keep it healthy and long
Popular: The haircare pro travels around the world to work on some of the industry's biggest names, from Ashley Graham to Kim Kardashian to Olivia Culpo
She said that despite promoting the two-year rule for haircuts, technically there is no real & # 39; maxim & # 39; is how often your hair needs to be cut.
& # 39; If you use more chemicals and dye on your hair, the frequency will certainly be different, & # 39; she explained.
The hairdresser said that the reason so many people think they should get haircuts more often could be because their hairdresser could convince them, so they & # 39; job security & # 39; to have.
Common hair myths invalidated by Justine
& # 39; Hotter is not always better when it comes to hot tools & # 39;
& # 39; It's great to wash your hair every day (if your hair needs it!) & # 39;
& # 39; You do not need to use a permanent color to cover gray hair & # 39;
& # 39; Picking one gray does not result in two additional growth peaks & # 39;
She added that people tend to enjoy the overall experience of having their hair done in a salon, which means that they most likely like to go on a regular basis.
& # 39; People like to go to the salon and the whole experience can be relaxing and innovative & # 39 ;, she said.
& # 39; Short haircuts, bangs, damaged and bleached or color-treated hairs will certainly need to be trimmed more often, as well as very fine and easy-to-split ethnic hair, ”she added.
Justine recommends her top tips to make her look and feel healthy and fresh, and recommends the use of hot tools that are non-damaging & # 39; to be.
The hairdresser said she only uses GHD styling tools, as she said: & # 39; They are specially designed to heat the hair only at 365F, which is the ideal temperature to style without removing the cuticle layer of the hair blow.
& # 39; Think of melting glass. There is only a certain temperature where it can melt and be reformed without breaking. The same rule applies to her.
& # 39; The myth is that the warmer the iron, the better the hair will style the hair, & # 39; she added.
On location: Justine, who is an ambassador for both TRESemme and GHD, also works at Fashion Week shows, but also at photo sessions around the world, also with Ashley
Silky smooth: the beauty professional based in LA admits that she has a fairly low-maintenance routine when it comes to her own hair that she keeps for a long time
To keep her healthy, she also recommends the use of a moisturizing shampoo and conditioner.
Among her favorites, she said, are TRESemme Repair and Protect 7, Christophe Robin, Gisou, R + Co and OUAI. The stylist also likes to use a pre-shampoo oil.
Justine added that she also makes sure to use silk silk pillowcases from The Silk Silk Silk – designed to reduce hair and facial skin damage that is usually caused by normal pillowcases – and only dries her hair with a microfiber towel or turban.
Celebrity favorite: Ashley Graham modeled a striking style by Justine on the Met Gala, showing off a long embellished braid with multiple clips and bobby pins in it, including some from Justin's own My Kitsch collaboration
When it comes to choosing ingredients that benefit your hair, Justine says it's all about the type of hair you have.
She explained: & # 39; If your hair is dry, look for moisturizing ingredients such as jojoba, shea butter, and coconut oil. If your hair is oily, look for micellular or pH-balancing ingredients such as apple cider vinegar.
& # 39; If you get an irritated scalp, a scrub shampoo might be the best.
& # 39; You really have to experiment and find what's good for you and find a stylist you trust to make the best recommendation, & # 39; she added.
And for anyone who wants to grow his hair without losing thickness and health, she recommends taking a supplement that stimulates hair growth.
She explained: & # 39; Take a supplement to help hair growth, such as Olomy Undeniable Beauty gummy vitamins. I love these because they taste great, so I never forget to take them.
& # 39; They are infused with biotin, vitamin E and minerals that help with healthy hair growth. In addition, I would suggest switching to a silk pillowcase, only with non-damaging hot tools, and working to prevent stress in your life.
& # 39; Hair loss or weak strands can often result from an unhealthy lifestyle such as stress, lack of smoothness and trauma.
& # 39; I would like to suggest massaging the scalp regularly to stimulate the follicles and working towards a healthy lifestyle for the best results, & # 39; she added.
Hair care essentials to protect and care for locks
Favorites: Justine Marjan mentioned the TRESemme Repair and Protect 7 line, and Gisou & # 39; s products are among some of her favorites. We love the TRESemme Repair and Protect 7 Pro Collection Shampoo (left, $ 4.99) and the Gisou Honey Infused Conditioner (right, $ 33)
Hot heat: GHD & # 39; s Platinum + Styler ($ 249) is described as the world's first smart hair straightener & # 39; because it is advanced & # 39; predictive technology & # 39; has that can adjust the temperature of the tool to adapt to every part of the hair that is used on. This means that your hair is not exposed to more heat that it needs to be styled. And to make it even more attractive – it now comes in a limited edition festival option with a rainbow exterior for extra fun
Sweet Dreams! Justine uses silk silk pillowcases from Hollywood Silk Solutions ($ 45 each) – designed to reduce the damage that can be caused to the hair and skin by normal pillowcases
Care and repair: IGK antisocial overnight Bond-Building Dry hair mask (left, $ 34), Virtue Labs Recovery Conditioner (right, $ 16)
En route: John Frieda & # 39; s Wonder Drops Hair Masks ($ 2.99 each) are a perfect solution to take care of her while traveling
Recovery and recovery: The Good Stuff Complete Repair Balm No-Rinse Conditioner (left, $ 7.89), Living Proof Restore Repair Leave-In Conditioner (right, $ 30)
Beware: if you are going to tie your hair in a bun or ponytail, use a tie that is friendly to close and does not lead to breakage. The Invisibobble Slim Elegant Hair Ring (left, $ 8) and the Slip Silk Scrunchie (right, $ 45) are some of the best out there
Smooth: Drybar Flat Mate boar brush ($ 85)