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    Secretly a Bald Dude AmaryllisRed's Avatar
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    Default Re: Does anyone else constantly have split ends?

    Yes, this is me. I can always find splits if I look for them. I'm guessing it takes very little to split one of my superfine strands.
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    Default Re: Does anyone else constantly have split ends?

    Quote Originally Posted by AmaryllisRed View Post
    Yes, this is me. I can always find splits if I look for them. I'm guessing it takes very little to split one of my superfine strands.
    I can't tell you how encouraging it is to read this, look at your (similar to mine!) hair-type, and then see your beautiful length shots past knee, looking thick and healthy! Makes me feel much less like I need to chop to shorter than the shortest layer to eliminate all splits. Which is great since having done that before I know that within 3 months there'd be....more splits...
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    Secretly a Bald Dude AmaryllisRed's Avatar
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    Default Re: Does anyone else constantly have split ends?

    Quote Originally Posted by memeow View Post
    I can't tell you how encouraging it is to read this, look at your (similar to mine!) hair-type, and then see your beautiful length shots past knee, looking thick and healthy! Makes me feel much less like I need to chop to shorter than the shortest layer to eliminate all splits. Which is great since having done that before I know that within 3 months there'd be....more splits...
    Yes! You can do it! Some people think if you have fine hair you can't grow long but I am only one of many fine-haired folks who have grown to thigh and beyond. I have layers, too, in the last six inches or so from my last haircut.
    And thank you.
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    Default Re: Does anyone else constantly have split ends?

    My hair basically splits if you look at it for too long. I go between the idea of, S&Ding will prevent more splits, and It’s just going to split anyways so why bother. I could just S&D forever and it would never end. It’s also easy to obsess about. Limiting it to a couple sessions every three months or so has been working for me, unless I find a gnarly one and then it’s on. I think my hair is a mix of fine medium and coarse hairs. I’ve never measured the thickness so I don’t know for sure


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    Default Re: Does anyone else constantly have split ends?

    Quote Originally Posted by Siv View Post
    Interesting! My hair doesn't mind high temperatures! I lived in Texas for a bit and had no issues. But cold? Yech

    Also love your signature picture @Ylva!!
    I would love to understand what the deciding factor is here!

    And thank you so much!
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    en elli gefr hnum engi fri, tt hnum geirar gefi.


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