Split ends can be frustrating to anyone who experiences them, therefore, we are sharing some preventative tips that can help end your frustration, if followed correctly. Read our tips below to learn how to put the end in split ends, once and for all!

Don’t Take It Out on The Brush

Brushing your hair should feel relaxing and not as though you’re at war with your own hair. If you’re finding that the knots are impossible to brush through, try from the bottom of your hair and work your way up to gently detangle. Make sure to never rip your hair!

Don’t Burn Your Hair

It is not recommended to use the highest heat setting on your styling tools. If the job gets done the same way at 285 degrees, then there is no reason to burn your hair at 400 degrees or higher.

Don’t Ignore Helpful Products

If you are noticing hair breakage or thinning, you may need to introduce a hair supplement into your diet. Products like KeraViatin Hair & Scalp Health Supplements contain all of the vitamins and nutrients that are needed to promote a healthy head of hair.

Don’t Pick at Your Hair

Picking, peeling, or tearing your split ends can do more harm than good to your hair. Habits like these cause you to welcome additional split ends at even a shorter hair length. If you want to get rid of split ends, try hair dusting, a technique that removes split ends without sacrificing length.

Following these tips regularly will ensure your hair stays clear of split ends, especially with a product like KeraViatin.

This article is not intended to treat any disease or offer a substitution for professional medical advice.

4 thoughts on “Putting the End in Split Ends

    • Keranique Hair says:

      Hi Doris, great question! Dusting is a technique to eliminate split ends without having to trim your hair, keeping your length. Hope this helps!
      Thanks
      Keranique

    • Keranique Hair says:

      Hey Kelly! Hair Dusting is a way to remove split ends while keeping the length of your hair! Ideal for curly hair and for growing your hair long!
      Thanks for your question
      Keranique

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