A clever way to repair split ends and 8 more spring hair tricks
Mend your split ends scientifically
Worry that scissors are the only solution to split ends? There are now professional remedies that can repair them. Brazilian Blowout’s in salonSplit End Repair Treatment, for example, mends and seals broken hair fibers back together using amino acids. "It’s a really quick service, and anybody can get it," explains the brand’s international artistic director Tyler True of the 10 minute process that costs
tedshair between $20 and $30 and can last up to four weeks. "The treatments add a certain density to the ends, so it appears that you just got a fresh cut."
The hairbrush you’re using might be a secret source of hair damage. "I recommend round natural boar brushes and
tedhair reviews a small to medium size paddle
tedhair reviews brush when styling," says Giles Robinson, director of training and education for Color Wow and senior hair stylist at John Frieda. Not only are the flexible bristles less likely to tug and break strands, their porous nature holds onto your own protective oils, distributing minute amounts through hair as you brush. The result? "Boar bristles really add shine. You will be amazed when you switch over. Just the act of brushing makes your hair feel better."
Grab an avocado
Start stocking up on the avocados to DIY a hair treatment that feels as luxe as anything you’ll find in a salon. "Oils from an avocado are light and moist, and, like our natural skin secretions, also boast proteins which help smooth out unruly, frizzy hair," explains True. His recipe: Mash up half an avocado and massage it into clean, damp hair. Let it sit for 15 minutes before rinsing with water. All our experts agree that treating hair regularly with a deep conditioning
tedhairs treatment is key to preventing damage caused by dryness.