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Split ends can really mess up your hair. It happens when the hair becomes brittle, frayed, or too dry. Sometimes, the hair strands resemble the end of an unraveled rope. Split ends can be a chronic problem for some, while others may not experience it at all.
Although genetics also play a role, split ends mostly happen due to neglecting the hair. Postponing quick snips and not taking care of the hair can lead to split ends. However, they can be prevented with a few tips.
What Causes Split Ends?
Split ends are often caused by extreme weather conditions. Regularly using hair techniques like straightening, curling, blow-drying, can…