To dispel the rumor there is no mention of a weekly time frame for haircuts in marine corps order 1020 34h. By an individual marine s chain of command.
Because of this he recommends.
Haircut every week. How often should you cut hair to maintain a short hairstyle. 12 weeks for curlier or kinkier textures the general rule of thumb is quarterly haircuts says hairstylist anthony dickey. By the marine corps.
For any style where the shortest part of your hair is less than a half an inch go in for a haircut at least every two weeks weekly if you can afford it. My haircut style is a medium fade on the side and a 5 blade on the top not too short but short a bit like a crewcut. That s about the time it takes to get single strand knots or split.
Every four to eight weeks. Normally it s the back and sides that start to become more noticeable to us as they grow out so just get these tidied up in between. I get a haircut once a week maybe even every 4 days and my parents find it very odd and call me crazy but i don t think that s the case.
A great tip for maintaining your hair is to go get the back and sides cut every 2 3 weeks if you have the time and money to do so. Then get your normal haircut every 4 6 weeks with the top and the back and sides done. On the flip side leake says that shorter hairstyles require more maintenance to keep their shape.
Here s my rule of thumb. There s no mention o. Straighter hair can grow out really shabby looking try getting it cut every month or two particularly if your hair is both fine and straight.
Anything over an inch add a week for each inch of length.