The threat of the split ends is an ongoing battle which has been lost time and time again. Unless you see your hairdresser every 6 weeks without fail for a trim or never use heated tools or use chemical dyes- then I'm pretty sure the odd split end is inevitable. You can drench your hair with a deep conditioning treatment or shield your hair with heat protection spray but there are many other things you can do to treat those thirsty ends. But firstly here is my ultimate 'cuticle thirst clencher'!
Shine So Bright- LUSH Cosmetics
This product contains: Extra Virgin Oil, Shea Butter, Candelilla Wax, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Neroli Oil, Grapefruit Oil and Rose Oil which are all excellent at re-hydrating your ends. The key ingredient is Free Range Eggs which contains protein which helps to add strength to your hair. All you need to do is apply to the ends.
Eltoria's Top Tips!
Tip One- Use a wide tooth hair brush/comb.
Tip Two- Brush your hair correctly- work from the end to the root. Carefully brush through your ends first, then slowly work up to the midsection. In a final stroke, you can pull your brush through the entire length of your hair.
Tip Three- Towel drying- never rub your the ends of your hair as this can encourage split ends.
Tip Four- Blow drying: avoid using the hair dryer on your ends.
Tip Five- ALWAYS condition your ends: whether that being straight after shampooing or once dry.
Tip Six- Do not wash your hair every day: try using dry shampoo if your are conscious of your roots being a little greasy.
Tip Seven- Only shampoo your scalp: never rub the ends of your hair as this can encourage split ends.
Tip Eight: Avoid backcombing the ends.
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