To trim split ends, wash and condition the hair, dry it, comb it, hold a small section in one hand, run the thumb and forefinger of your other hand from the tip to the roots, and trim the split ends. This 45-minute proce... More »

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The most common treatment for split ends is to trim off the broken ends. Comb out the hair evenly, separate it into small sections, and trim the ends with scissors designed for hair. More »

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Most people should have their hair cut every three to four months. Contrary to popular belief, cutting the hair frequently does not help it to grow faster. More »

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To dread hair, separate it into 1-inch squares, secure them with elastic bands, backcomb the sections from the roots to the tips, bind the ends with hair elastics, and coat each dreadlock in petroleum-free dreadlock wax.... More »

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To relax hair, protect the hair line with petroleum jelly, apply a relaxer cream to 1-inch hair sections, rub each section from the scalp to the tip to remove the curl, and after the wait time recommended by the manufact... More »

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Styling a short hairstyle with spikes involves applying product to the roots and pulling it through to the ends. Blow dry or flat iron the hair as necessary, and secure with a finishing hairspray. More »

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To twist the hair, wash and condition the hair, allow it to dry most of the way, separate out uniform strands, twist all the way to the ends, and release each twist gradually. Apply product to all the hair and to each in... More »

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