My private tearful experience

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by kalvin, May 13, 2010.

  1. kalvin

    kalvin Guest

    Split ends, everyone most bane hair problem. How do you get rid of
    them – The answer is to cut them off!
    You should be focused more on how to prevent them, because once you
    have them, there is no cure. They are the bane of every woman’s
    existence. Split ends start to appear when the protective cuticle is
    stripped away from the hair shaft and are more common on longer, dryer
    As your hair grows, the natural oils from your scalp can fail to reach
    the ends. The ends of your hair are considered to be aged once they
    reach about 10cm and in one year your hair has been exposed to the
    sun, most likely every day, been shampooed an average of 180 times and
    been overheated by hair dryers and straightener’s. All these factors
    combined cause dry brittle hair resulting in split ends, and once the
    protective cuticle is removed, it is impossible to replace.
    In the 70s women used to burn off their split ends themselves, now
    times have changed, and prevention is the best cure. By following the
    general rules of you can ensure your hair is in the best possible
    1. Be sure to use good quality Hair Care products. Cheap
    supermarket lines are full of bad silicone’s and various ingredients
    that build up in your hair, and whilst the instant result may be silky
    smooth hair, as soon as heat is applied to these ingredients, damage
    is actually being caused.
    2. Invest in a good quality brush and wide tooth comb. NEVER brush
    your hair when it is wet. If you need to, only use a plastic comb. Try
    brushing out combs before shampooing or combing through tangles when
    you have your conditioner in.
    3. Regular trims are a must. In general you should have a trim
    every 6 weeks. This keeps the hair healthy. If you are trying to grow
    your hair long, the biggest mistake is to ignore split ends and not
    have a trim. The longer your leave it, the larger the splits get and
    the more is going to snap off through brushing.
    4. Avoid excess heat if possible, and if using any heated styling
    tool, use a protector to seal the cuticle.
    5. Try to use an intense treatment once a week to put back some
    moisture and proteins.
    6. Use good quality styling tools. Straighteners, curlers and hair
    dryers have come leaps and bounds in the last 5 years, and it is worth
    investing in one to suit your budget. The ghd hair products may be the
    best choice for you. The ghd hair straighteners adopt the Ceramic
    heating panels; it can generate infrared ray and negative ions which
    can lock in moisture, natural oils, and hair color for total hair
    protection .

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    kalvin, May 13, 2010
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