Repair split ends with these essential tips and achieve great-looking, healthy hair.
Split ends aren’t just unsightly and unruly. When left untreated, split ends will continue to split up the hair shaft, leading to serious damage to your hair. You want to make sure you stop split ends in their tracks as soon as possible and prevent future damage.
You may be surprised to learn that much of the maintenance you do to create great-looking hair - blow-drying, straightening, coloring and curling – contribute heavily to split ends. That’s because these treatments break down your cuticles causing your hair strands literally to split. And these maintenance methods can remove the moisture that is necessary for maintaining strong hair that resists split ends.
But with a few preventative measures, you can repair split ends and still have great looking hair. Trimming your hair regularly (every six to eight weeks) will help you repair split ends. But here are some other measures you can take:
Donn Monroe has been an expert developer of new hair products for many years, having worked for several Fortune 500 companies. He is on a mission to deliver the most effective hair styling products and tips available. And he has helped 1000’s of women with his hair styling products and advice. For samples of Simply Stylin’ products and more hair care tips, go to www.simplystylinhair.com.
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