Best haircutting days in 2014

2014 Lunar cycle dates for hair cutting, strengthening, root work, beauty and thickness

2014 Lunar cycle dates for hair cutting, strengthening, root work, beauty and thickness

 

by Julia Busch — 

For fuller, longer, stronger and more beautiful hair, cut it on the dates listed here, says hair expert Anthony Morrocco. This is when your hair’s energy is highest. Cutting on other days can actually abort hair growth or slow it down considerably. Morrocco’s unique holistic method integrates blunt cutting with modern science and ancient Ayurvedic and Chinese healing arts.

The human body is more than 80 percent water, he explains. Like tidal ebbs and flows, its growth cycle is influenced by the moon’s gravitational pull. “For centuries, humans have followed the moon’s cycles to determine when to plant and harvest crops; planting during a particular lunar cycle determines how much the crop will yield. This same practice can be applied to your hair.” Particular days strengthen, thicken, lengthen or otherwise beautify.

Delineating peak energy days in the chart below, bold numbers indicate optimal monthly dates to cut. Best seasonal days — Spring Equinox, Summer Solstice, Fall Equinox, Winter Solstice — are italicized. The letters “FM” indicate a full moon. The most beneficial hair cutting days are: March 19-20: Spring Equinox, June 21-22-23: Summer Solstice, September 26-27-28: Fall Equinox and December 17-18-19: Winter Solstice.

Please note that dates are based on Pacific Standard Time, Northern Hemisphere. Recalculate the dates for your time zone and hemisphere. Days listed are 24 hours, so mid-day is the most beneficial time.

 

Julia Busch is president of Anti-Aging Press, Inc., editor of the So Young™ anti-aging holistic newsletter and author of 10 books. antiagingpress.org, antiagingpressinc.com, juliabusch@att.net and 800-So-Young (800-769-6864).

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 33, Number 1, February/March 2014.

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