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Hair Drama: The Dreaded Split Ends!

Vissa Studios Team December 4, 2012 How To, Natural Hair No Comments

Why do split ends even exist?

Split ends appear when the outer layer of cuticle is stripped down exposing the delicate inner layer of our hair. Do any of these look familiar?

*Photo courtesy by diaryofahairobsession.com

The problem with split ends is they cause breakage making it hard for you to retain length and a healthy head of hair. Performing temporary fixes, such as protein treatments and cuticle sealing, is like gluing a rubber band back together; it will stay for a little while but eventually break again.

Okay let’s reveal the truth about the gosh-awful split ends. Many say split ends can be fixed, repaired, and made brand new. Hmm…not so much. The ugly truth is that if your ends are split the only (and I mean the only) way to truly get rid of them is to cut them off. There is no other “cure” sweetie; that’s just the way it is.

Here are the Do’s & Don’ts for split end monsters.

Work those Do’s ladies; they are your key defense players when split ends want to run down your luscious field of hair!

Don’t let them score, keep split ends away!

Tiffani Davis
Tiffani Davis, founder of the Natural Hair Guru, is an enthusiastic hair lover who has even been described as a total hair geek! Intrigued with hair ever since she was rocking pigtails, she is ever so eager to help any and everyone on their hair journey. Tiffani aims to help people show off their true potential with amazing, vibrant hair for as she says “There’s gorgeousness in every hair strand, the trick is to unlock it; I have the key.” Visit and Like the Natural Hair Guru Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/thenaturalhairguru or contact her at NaturalHairGuru@gmail.com.

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