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How to Get Rid of Split Ends without Cutting Them

It is no secret that 8 in 10 women face the problem of split ends. Especially in winter, when the hair is subjected to unfriendly climate that can easily damage it. Here are some steps, easy to follow, that help you have a healthy hair:

  1. Use a hair mask at least once a week!

Although we often tend to use hair masks found on the market, it’s best to use masks that…are right in your kitchen!

A useful and beneficial mask that suits for all hair types is made of olive oil and castor oil. Mix 2 teaspoons of castor oil and 10 teaspoons of olive oil, then heat the mixture gently and apply it on the entire length of the hair or just the tips (if your hair tends to get fat). Leave the mask to act for 30 minutes or more.

Another quite common mask is made of egg yolk mixed with a teaspoon of honey and a teaspoon of lemon juice. The hair will be silky and will acquire a natural sheen.

You can also add one ampoule of vitamin A or D.

  1. Avoid using hair dryer!

Try to dry your hair naturally, because in this way you avoid damaging it. Remember that a beautiful hair is a healthy hair.

  1. Adopt natural hairstyles!

Try to avoid using styling appliances as much as you can. Even if the effects of their regular use will not be noticed in the early months, you will surely notice them after at least one year. Try to reduce their use and do not forget to use thermal protection every time!

  1. Eat healthy!

Try to eat as many healthy foods as you can. Consume food rich in vitamins that benefit your hair, such as vitamins A and D.

Be sure to include in your diet dairy products, beef, meat, fish, chicken, fresh fruits and vegetables, and whole grains. And perhaps most importantly … do not forget to hydrate!
Let us not forget that, most often, a woman’s hair is her card!

How to Get Rid of Split Ends without Cutting Them

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