I have a mood for another post. Do you have a mood to read it?;)
I know this information is going to be useless for some girls but I decided to write it anyway. I read a lot of comments on internet from girls who are dealing with this non-existent problem.
“Hi! I have split ends all over length of my hair. What do I do?”
This is one of the sentences I see from time to time.
Often girls think that they have split ends on all hair length when they just have hair of different length. They see around this pics with 100% smooth hair (which are 90% of time styled) and think ALL this strands which look “frizzy” on their hair are split ends. The truth is our hair has different length.Hair falls and grows every day that’s why we have some shorter hair strands also. If we had 100% of hair of the same length it would mean that all hair falls one day and then starts to grow with the same speed or new hair grow directly in one day to the length of all other hair:D
If you take one strand and see it separated into two (ot three or ..) that is a split end. Hair strand also can be damaged (white dots) which can lead to split end. The only way to get rid of it is to cut above the point where hair starts to split.
All this twisting a piece of hair and cutting everything which goes out is not helping you to get rid of split ends usually. It helps to cut drier ends that’s why hair looks smother after..but not for long.
All this hair going from a piece you took and twisted are just hair which is shorter and still growing. If you really want to get rid of split ends which you have on shorter hair and not just to refresh ends you will need actually to check where hair strands start to split and if there is a split end in general! 🙂
Tell me about some beauty misconception you came across:).
Have a nice day!:)