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Split ends is very common hair problem and everyone almost undergo this situation when hair growth becomes serious issue. I want to ask whether cutting split ends on regular basis can help in hair growth or not?

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Cutting split ends on regular basis may not help. It may damage your hair growth.

Yes, I think that cutting split ends can help with hair growth. There are many other ways for increasing the hair growth. Consuming collagen or gelatin also increases hair growth naturally. Coconut oil and coconut milk can also promote hair growth. I also read on the internet about hair beauty supply online products. The store has a wide range of hair care products. I read in a magazine that lemons are rich in vitamin C, folic acid, and other nutrients. In addition to hair growth, the lemon juice promotes smooth, shiny, dandruff-free hair.

I heard really a lot of positive reviews on coconut oil and it's beneficial properties, I will definitely check your products, thanks. As for the anti-dandruff effect, it isn't always caused by cosmetics, but such diseases like mallasezia and wide spectrum of infections. Here is a detailed guide how to get rid of this problem , it is easier than it might seem.

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Cutting split ends is just a temporary decision of the problem! Use moisturizing sulfate-free shampoos and conditioners. You also must make sure that your hair straightener or blowdryer doesn't overheat your hair. I read about an appropriate tool for my wavy hair here. Overheating hair with a flat iron can damage it badly. Use care products which do not contain alcohol to reduce the risk of split ends. Coconut oil is good for it too.

Yes Of course, It always help but also it depends on your hairs condition because everyone have different type of hair so, for proper information you have to visit at Blog dot Bridals dot Pk and go to Beauty and wellness category.

Yes, of course, it helps a lot in growing hair. You should get trimmed your hair every 3-4 months. This way your split-ends won't create a problem in your hair growth.

Guys help! My brother asked me to write to this forum and ask if you know someone who could help him. His beard hair developed a kind of alopecia... well don't judge I don't know how to say it correctly. And there are red spots underneath! What could that be?

Hello darling, so sad to hear that. I think he should see the doctor in the first place. We can't know what that is, maybe this is some irritation like barber's itch caused by some infection he got in the barbershop. Sometimes they are so reckless, you know. My father once told me how the barber in Queens used the old towel after somebody else, brrr. So just read the material I gave you, you will know what to do.

The truth is, while trimming your hair may not help it grow faster, it will help it grow stronger. In other words, getting regular trims will prevent split ends from traveling further up the hair shaft, resulting in flyaways, frizz, and brittleness overall

Hi Kaylee, I absolutely agree with you! And this is exactly what my hairdresser told me last week. Also she said I should never comb my hair while it is still wet after shower. As for cuts, I found these protective style haircuts magazine, so I expect it will shed some light on the problem.

Indeed, it can. I made the same mistake hoping it will help it grow. Now I apply some Mango Butter on tips of my hair from time to time.


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