What causes split ends
Split ends are those little forks you get in the ends of your hair. While it’s a myth that split ends prevent hair growth, you’ll need regular cuts to keep them in check.
So how do split ends happen? The ends of our hair have been around a while. During that time, they’ve made it through every different hairstyle, texture, and color, a range of heat tools and chemical treatments, as well as daily wear and tear from our lifestyles and the weather. We’re exhausted just thinking about it, never mind our hair. To find out more about how and why split ends happen, check out our Split Ends 101.
Luckily, a few easy changes to your routine will help you prevent split ends from forming.
How to prevent split ends: 6 top tips
The ends of your hair have been some places and seen some things. It’s no wonder they’re a little frazzled. When hair splits, it loses its smoothness and shine and it can be harder to reach your long hair goals. Our six tips for preventing split ends are here to help you have the long, strong locks you always dreamed of.