One of the most effective ways to prevent split ends is to have the hair trimmed consistently every six weeks. Trimming the hair prevents splits from traveling up the hair shaft, causing further damage. Trimming the hair... More »

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The only way to eliminate split ends is to have a haircut. However, there are other ways people can make them look better and prevent them from happening. More »

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The best products to stop hair breakage are conditioners and split-end treatments. Use conditioner both in the shower and as a leave-in treatment applied to damp hair. Conditioners keep hair smooth by adding moisture and... More »

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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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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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Care for short shag haircuts by trimming the ends every four to eight weeks, using conditioner regularly to keep ends smooth, and air drying it with or without texture sprays for heat-free styling. When caring for this s... More »

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To feather the hair, cut it with long layers and pointed ends. Blow dry the hair away from the face with a round brush, curl the hair in vertical sections, and pull the curls into feathers. More »