Why Split Ends Exist?
Due to the deficiency of nourishment and hair care, bifurcate hair ends happen to us. Apart from the poor nourishment of ourselves, damage caused by external elements, like sun lights, chemical damage and pollution, also influences our hair health greatly.
Which Hair Type is More Prone to Split Ends?
Actually, fine hair, chemically treated hair or hair that is often exposed to sun and chlorine is apt to fall victim to bifurcate hair.
What is the Anatomy of A Split End?
We can easily find that a hair end divides into two or more sections. Most of the time, split ends come along with dry hair.
What’s the Difference Between Split Ends and Frizz?
Generally speaking, split ends are always frizzy, but frizzy hair does not couple with split ends all the time. Frizz means raised cuticle layer and dry hair.
Can Split Ends be Restored?
To be honest, no cure for split ends can be found. Once our hair grows out of the scalp, it is “dead”. So the only solution to bifurcate hair ends is to cut it. Without being cut in time, it will be worsen. To get rid of split ends, we can prevent the occurrence of it with proper diet, more exercise, appropriate hair care, or trim our hair ends often.
In general, trimming our hair every six to eight weeks will be good for our hair health.
What are Proper Hair Care Tips of Preventing Split Ends?
Plenty of information about this has been mentioned in the post Get Rid Of Split Ends.
How Diet and Exercise Contribute to Healthy Hair?
For more detail about a proper diet, click in the post Vitamin Intake & Hair