Do you know how to deal with your 4c afro hair split ends?
Any hair type is susceptible to developing split ends. However, the curlier the hair, the more vulnerable it is.
What are split ends?
It’s safe to describe split ends as the pesky ends of hair strands that appear to divide into two or more parts.
Hair grows from the roots, meaning the ends are the oldest part of your hair. Being the oldest and the most exposed part of your natural hair, can you imagine what the ends have endured? The harsh weather conditions, heat, friction from headwear, and more.
With proper care, these elders of your crown stand a higher chance against wear and tear. Simply put, they are more susceptible to splitting.
Once these damaged ends become pronounced, they deviate from your hair’s curly pattern. And if they are not dealt with on time, they will catch and snag on each other, including the healthy ends, too, causing tangles, breakage, and more split ends.
Is there a remedy?
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TRIM YOUR 4C AFRO HAIR SPLIT ENDS REGULARLY
There is no best way to eliminate 4c afro hair split ends other than cutting them off entirely since divided ends are irreversible.
Therefore, make it a habit to trim your hair every 4-6 months or whenever you see a split end. This way, you’ll catch the damaged ends before it progresses.
LEARN HOW TO CARE BETTER FOR 4C AFRO HAIR SPLIT ENDS BEFORE IT HAPPENS
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