How To Repair Those Split Ends!!

 

The only way to mend split ends, is to have them cut off!

Fragilitis Crinium is the technical term for split ends which means the brittleness of the hair that causes the hair to break off at the ends. It is when individual hairs start to split at the ends into 2 or more sections working up the hairshaft. There are lots of products advertised that say that they can "help repair your split ends, targetting and binding hair back together" and "leave your hair healthy and restored". Although they can help temporarily make your hair look healthier and bouncier, the truth is that they will not repair your split ends and the best thing that you can do is have them cut off!!

Fragilitis Crinium commonly known as 'Split Ends'

Fragilitis Crinium commonly known as 'Split Ends'


I personally have long hair that I luurve and didn't want to cut as I have my son's christening coming up in a couple of weeks and wanted my hair nice and long for it but having gone so long without a trim, I desperately needed a couple of inches cut off which I had done this week and although it is lil shorter than I'd like (probably only noticable to myself to be honest) it now looks and feels better than ever!


The only way to mend split ends is to have them cut off!
So Truthfully.. There isn't really a way to repair them!

If you want to be rid of your splits ends – the real answer is to go and have them trimmed off!! 😌

Layonie Jae xxx💗

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5 thoughts on “How To Repair Those Split Ends!!

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  2. You should do tutorials on how to cut split ends. I’ve heard there is a fast way. like you bundle the hair up twist it and the split ends will stick out. Not sure if it works though! I’d love to learn how to.

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