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How to Get Rid of Split Ends: Tips You Need to Know

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Findng split ends in your hair can be a very stressful feeling. When you see a split end you automatically believe that your hair is damaged, and then you begin to dread scheduling an appointment to get a much-needed trim because your stylist just might cut more hair off than you expected. Trust us when we say that we have all been down this road. So, the question is, how to get rid of split ends so we don’t have to go through this gruesome feeling ever? We have answers.

The short answer to this question is to simply cut them off. However, may of us rather know how to not deal with them in the first place. Below, we have some tips on how to get rid of split ends and how to prevent them from happening in the first place. Read on:

How to Get Rid of Split Ends

Your Split End Cleansing Routine

The products that you use as your wash and care staples play a huge role in caring for and preventing split ends on your hair. The way in which you wash your hair can also determine the state of your ends. Are you being too rough? Are you using styling tools like combs and brushes with harsh bristles on your hair? Remember to only use a detangling brush or comb during your hair washing routine.

Ways to Prevent Split Ends

First things first, get rid of any split ends you may have at the moment by getting a trim. Start fresh! When styling your hair be sure to use tools that aren’t too aggressive for your hair type and use products that will place a protective layer on your strands. Try using a leave-in product like Love Beauty and Planet Smooth and Serene Argan Oil & Lavender Leave-In Smoothie Cream which helps condition your ends. You can use it to prevent split ends from forming! Take a few pumps of the cream, rub it between your palms and then apply to the lengths of your hair.

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