These are the brutal signs that it’s time to change your hair style


Your hair style will always be something that is totally unique to you. 

Saying that, it's also something that can make you feel fabulous or make you feel like total rubbish. 

Either way, there comes a time when you have to change your style, and these signs might be your little last push:

1. You still have The Rachel

Yes, we know it's a great hair style, but there comes a point when EVERY style should pass.


2. Your roots have taken over

Ah, we've all been there. But when they become really noticeable, it's time to make that appointment. 


3. You spend ages trying to style it… and then throw it up in a bun

The bun and ponytail are our best friends and there's nothing wrong with wearing one, just not every single day. 


4. You look back on photos from 5 years ago and your hair is the exact same

This is not a good sign. Yes, we know if it ain't broke and all that, but there's no problem with altering it a slight bit. 


5. Someone tells you look just like your mother

Run to the hairdressers!


6. You can visibly notice your split ends

You NEED a trim, whether you like it or not, you're hair is just getting damaged at this stage. 


7. You comment on everyone else's hair do'

Forget about the rest! Love your own hair style.


8. You keep saying that you're think of changing it

We know it can be hard and scary to go for the chop, but just do it – you'll thank us when you have a great new style!

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