By Rupa Das
When it comes to haircuts and styles, short hair has fewer options than long hair.
You may wear your long hair in whatever manner you like, whether it’s in a ponytail or braid or strap or bun. You can even wear it completely straight or curly. That way, you may alter your appearance whenever you want and seem in a different manner no matter what the situation calls for.
Short hair may not always look well on all face types, especially round faces. Long haircuts, in contrast to short ones, are very democratic, as they complement virtually any kind of face and physique.
When you have long hair, it is more difficult to make a mistake since you always get the option of changing anything about your haircut to make it seem more contemporary.
If you’ve been thinking about growing your hair length for a long time, there’s no better time than the winter. Winters are ideal for developing long hair since there is no summer sweat to contend with.
Long hair have been associated with intellectual life force (Kundalini energy), which promotes serenity, intuition, and vigor. According to several Yogis, the hair on your head releases calcium, phosphorus and vitamin D into the lymphatic fluid and ultimately the spinal fluid via the two ducts on top of your brain.
According to scientific evidence, individuals with long hair are more active than those with short hair. They are less prone to experience fatigue or to develop depression.
Having long hair is a symbol of spiritual growth as well as of independence, power, attractiveness, and good physical health. It symbolizes vitality, masculinity, and physical power.
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