Everything You Need to Know About Split Ends

Types of split ends and using hair extensions to conceal split ends

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Beyond what could cause split ends

Split ends, also known as trichoptilosis (trick-cop-til-osis), occurs when the protective outer layer of hair is damaged and the hair splits into two or more strands at the end of your hair. This can cause the hair to look dull and lifeless, and can lead to further breakage if not addressed. Split ends can occur for a variety of reasons, including environmental factors, styling practices, and poor nutrition. In this article, we will explore the causes, kinds, and a way to get rid of them.

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Environmental Factors: