Trimming Split Ends
Split ends are a common issue for black women. Natural curly hair can be more prone to split ends due to its curly and dry texture. Split ends can be painful and affect the quality and growth of your hair. Fortunately, there are ways to prevent and treat split ends for healthy hair.
Tips for preventing split ends
- Use a wide-toothed comb to detangle your wet hair, starting from the tips and working slowly towards the roots.
- Avoid combing your hair when it's dry and curly, as this can break it and cause split ends.
- Moisturize your hair regularly with moisturizing and nourishing products based on argan oil or shea butter.
- Cover your hair with a scarf or satin cap at night to protect it from friction and dryness.
Solutions for split ends
Regularly cutting split ends can help prevent their spread upward.
Make sure to use moisturizing products to maintain the softness and smoothness of your hair. The coconut in our products particularly helps to bring hydration.
Professional care :
Visit a professional hairstylist for a hair reconstruction treatment that can help repair split ends and nourish your hair.
Specific hair care protocols :
Hair care protocols such as gentle brushing and braiding can help prevent split ends by reducing friction on the hair.
In conclusion, split ends can be frustrating for black women, but there are ways to prevent and treat them. By following these tips and adopting healthy hair care habits, you can help maintain the health and beauty of your hair.