How To Repair Dry & Split Ends — According To The Pros

The bottom three inches of the strand (a.k.a. your ends) have been exposed the longest vs. newer growth closer to your head, so they’re usually the first to show damage over the long term. “Dry ends are normal, especially in longer hair, due to heat styling, improper conditioning, UVA/UVB damage, and free radicals, which they encounter daily,” says Erica Conan, Director of Education at ColorProof Color Care Authority, “but there are ways to identify [them] quickly at home.”

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