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aussiegirl asked:

11 Jul 2009

I have Terrible dead ends

If i was to cut it all off it'd go up to my shoulders. HELL NO! sooo i really need something other then straight up cutting it to fix my problem... ive tried nothing cuz i know nothing to help it. please oh please, im tired of having ugly hair even when i work on it for hourssssss!

This picture was after i straightened it, dont tell me thats the problem either cuz trust me its not. I usually have crazy curly frizzy hair, i dont know if the frizz is cuz its dead or thats just how my hair is, it wasnt when i was little.




auri says:

Posted on 11 Jul 2009

Sorry but the solution for your dead ends would be to get the ends trimmed.You dont have to cut it all off just the parts where its dead. and im sure you can find a hairstyle that you like from magazines or websites, and get rid of those dead ends(: If you want i can look up some hairstyles that you might be interested in. Just make sure that when you go to get your hair done to bring a picture so they dont mess up! Gl girlyy(:


blamexkate says:

Posted on 11 Jul 2009

The only way to stop the dead ends is to trim your hair (which needs to be done 6-8 weeks anyways) Got2B also has a great protector for your hair when your straightening or curling it. So get your hair trimmed and be careful with how hot or how often your burning your hair!(: good luck


paigee says:

Posted on 11 Jul 2009

Auri is right! :lol:


ilovepink2011 says:

Posted on 11 Jul 2009

Cut it. If you are like me then your hair will grow super fast.


3nir says:

Posted on 11 Jul 2009

You don't trim your ends do you? If you want healthy long hair, you should trim your hair every month. But I think you skipped that part. That's why your hair is so frizzy. I heard castor oil is good for that.


ctl888 says:

Posted on 11 Jul 2009

Hair is dead...period. Straightening your hair everyday is bad. But I do it too! What you should begin doing is make sure you use heat protection products on your hair. If you hair has really dry ends I would first go and have an inch or two taken off. Then I would do an olive oil scalp and hair treatment and let it sit on your hair or 2 hours. ( This really really helps...I have been doing it for two months now and I have noticed a big difference.) Once a week. This makes your hair moisturized and your scalp.. which makes the new hair growing healthier.

I use a gentle shampoo, Dove heat protectant conditioner, Dove heat protectant spray .... then when straightening I turn the temperature lower. This should help. I had really frizzy dry hair last year and I knew it was time to take care of it!


amaay says:

Posted on 11 Jul 2009

i agree with 'CTL888' (:



pensivevide says:

Posted on 11 Jul 2009

Use a lot of deep conditioning to seal frayed or split ends. I use BioFusion deep conditioning...I love it because it smells delicious and it completely restores your hair from the daily usage of the chemicals that normal shampoos and conditioners put in your hair.

You can also use mayo as a deep conditioner, too. It's a bit smelly, but if you have an old one lying's cheaper! And make sure you wash your shower cap after using mayo, otherwise your shower cap will mold.

You apply your choice of deep conditioner completely through your hair, root to tip. Use a comb to make sure it reaches every strand. Then put your hair in a shower cap. At this point, you can either leave the deep conditioner in for 30-45 minutes, or use your blow dryer to heat your hair and open your folicals/pores on your head for about 15 minutes. I recommend using the blow dryer. Wait the alotted time, shower as normal (except don't shampoo or condition, unless directed on a store bought deep conditioner), and viola! Healthy, beautiful, shiny hair!

If you make sure those split ends disappear..and take good care of your hair, then you'll see the difference.

Other things that you can do:

Eat jello or gummy candies like gummy bears. The gellitin in the jello gives nutrients to your nails and hair to make them stronger and heathier.

DON'T, and I repeat, DON'T dry your hair with your towel by tousling around your head. That frays the edges and causes split ends! I usually wrap my towel around my head, to let the water casually dry and soak into my towel. Or let it dry naturally. And wait to comb or brush your hair until it dries, because that also causes damage.

If you're using heat-based products like a blow dryer or straightener, find a heat-resistant formula to protect your hair from the heat. Look on the labels of some hair products you have and see if they're heat resistant. Most hair glosses are!


swirlz says:

Posted on 12 Jul 2009

pensiveVide says it all i agree with her :)


barbipixi says:

Posted on 12 Jul 2009

first always condition, and use a shampoo and condintioner for split ends

second try Vo5 hot oil treatmens (they sell them at walmart)

get layers cut, it may not get ALL the split ends but having layers cut into your hair will keep the lenght and help get rid of alot of splits

and don't trim at home unless you buy a new pair of sizzors just for hair, using sizzors on other things (like paper) will dull them and actually every cut you make will probly re-split because the sizzors aren't sharp enough for that

and ALWAYS use a heat protectand when you need to straighten

and try not to blow dry if you can help it. just let your hair air dry it will keep it stronger and less damaged

and don't ride in the car with the windows down too far cause the wind wipping your hair can cause splits too


babiijuiciix3 says:

Posted on 14 Jul 2009

I have the same problem alll the thing you can do is have you hair dresser cut of and inch or two and get layers it will clean you right up i do it every time my hair starts getting yuck lol but trust me layers will fix you right up without taking a lot of length off:thumbup:


babiijuiciix3 says:

Posted on 14 Jul 2009

O yeah and using a heat protector when you use any kind of heat will help stop dead ends from happening and maybe even using something like biosilk and using a deep conditioner with a protein base will help a lot trust me i graduated from beauty school

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