Women love to have long hair. And they also love to style it in a million different ways. And having a long, healthy set of hair does not comply with styling it in a million different ways, especially if you use dozens of styling hair products which contain chemicals and makes it brittle and also make the ends split.[expand title=”” trigpos=”below”]
And split ends do not look good. And you can’t just ignore it. If you leave split ends untreated or if you do not cut them off the hair keeps splitting higher and higher up your hair length and you will get brittle, frizzy, unhealthy hair.
There isn’t much to do to keep your hair from splitting, aside keeping the ends tucked in a bun all the time. The hair even splits if you don’t wash it correctly, meaning only massaging the shampoo in the roots. If you’re used to rubbing your whole hair with shampoo, then you’re doing it wrong.
The best thing to (because who wants to wear their hair only in a bun for their entire life) is to keep the ends hydrated. And it would be best if you cut the ends at least every two months, just one inch.
If you do have split ends already, here are a few natural ingredients that can help:
You can make a very powerful hydrating mask by mixing an egg with almond or olive olive and leave it to act for 30 to 45 minutes.
You can also beat one egg and mix it with a tablespoon of water and use it as shampoo. Just make sure you get it all out when you rinse.
Also, you may try papaya mixed with yogurt. Apply as a hair mask and leave it on for 30 minutes. Rinse.
Castor oil is another great product that does hair good. Mix it with olive oil, apply on hair, wrap a towel on and leave to act for 30 minutes.
You can also use honey mixed with olive oil. It is a great treatment for split ends. This will not only help with the split ends, but it will also give your hair a lasting shine.
Other split hair treatments, include rinsing with beer, coconut oil, Argan oil, chamomile tea, Jojoba oil, black lentil, bananas and oily vitamin E.[/expand]