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Hair styling: This is how you avoid split ends

26 January, 2022 |

Snap snap, hair off?  With the wrong dyeing, your hair can be worn out until you’re forced to cut them off. Instead of long blond curls, you may be forced to settle for less than what you are comfortable with – short hair.

Don’t get me wrong, short hair could look great on you, but you don’t have to be so radical when you’re struggling with split ends. Prevention is the magic word here – and it’s easier than you might think!

How to prevent split ends

You don’t have to put a lot of effort into it. Rather, it is simply a matter of following a few simple rules. In any case, you should comb your hair before you shower to avoid split ends. When wet, this is often not a good idea. In addition, use a conditioner every time you wash your hair and don’t massage your shampoo into your head wildly beforehand.

Instead of creating a veritable bird’s nest on your head when shampooing, it is sufficient if you apply the shampoo to the hairline and distribute it gently by kneading it into the hair from top to bottom. When it comes to preventing split ends, you should also avoid happily rubbing dry with a towel, as well as styling aids such as straightening irons and hair dryers. Ideally, let your hair air dry and trim it regularly. If you already have split ends, you should ensure that your hairdresser positions the scissors a good two centimeters above the split ends so that the hair cannot split any further in the future.

Short haircut is an exterme alternative to slip ends

If you fancy a short haircut, like Azziad Nasenya recently, you can of course sacrifice a little more of your long mane.

You now know how to keep your new hairstyle split-free.

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