If you have long hair (or you’re trying to grow it out), you know all too well the struggle of dealing with split ends. Once the damage is done, it can seem nearly impossible to get your smooth hair back — until now. Find out which new product will repair split ends, fast!
Split ends happen to even those of us with the strictest of hair care routines. Everyday steps as simple as blow drying or brushing your hair can cause your strands to start splitting, and the longer your hair, the harder it is to prevent them. To help smooth out the damage, there’s a new at-home treatment — and the queen of perfect hair days, Jennifer Aniston, 47, is even a fan of the $24 fix!
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The only way to completely get rid of split ends is to cut them, but to camouflage them in the meantime, Living Proof developed their new Perfect Hair Day Fresh Cut Split End Mender. The brand backed by science used their team of medical and biotech scientists to develop their ‘instant zip technology,’ which locks the split ends back together and seals them with conditioning mango butter.
The lightweight lotion can be applied to damp hair before your styling products or as a last step on dry hair to give sleek hair or tousled waves a polished finish.
To further help minimize split ends, you can also make some simple changes to your at-home hair care routine. Instead of brushing your hair, use a wide-tooth comb, and give it a gentle comb before you hop in the shower to prevent knots.
When washing your hair, use a moisturizing shampoo and conditioner, and give your hair a final rinse with cool water to seal the hair cuticle and minimize the appearance of split ends. You should also try to avoid heat styling (think blow drying, straightening and curling) when possible and visit the salons for regular trims.
Do you have any top tips for repairing split ends, HollywoodLifers?