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From: Denise Kingsley (straighttalkers.lamasbeauty.com)
Subject: Re: Dry, fried ends
Date: February 1, 2007 at 6:34 am PST

In Reply to: Dry, fried ends posted by Marie on January 31, 2007 at 11:35 am:

Are you all getting regular trims?
How often?
Are you all blow drying?
Using a brush to blow dry?
What shampoos are you using?
Are you combing your conditioners through your hair in the shower?
Are you using a leave in conditioner/spray/cream?
Do you detangle "bare Hair"
Detangle with a brush?
How hot is that blow dryer?

I have my clients come in after the TR every 4 to 5 weeks for a trim. They shampoo and air dry their hair, then they come in and I trim. That way I can see the split ends and get rid of them.
I also will trim the splits that are up the shaft to try to keep them from peeling up. I do this by "shaving" the hair. Not every one needs this.
You should use quality shampoos and conditioners. The shampoos should not have Sodium Lauryl Sulfate or Sodium Laureth Sulfate as a surfectant.
Comb the conditioner through in the shower.
Rinse thoroughly, squeeze water out of hair.
Apply leave in. Never detangle bare hair. Detangle with wide tooth comb.
Apply styling products, heat protection.
Don't use cheap brushes. Blow dry using only your hands/fingers, with low heat/low air flow.
Do not shampoo every day.
If necessary, use a good quality flat iron, sliding quickly and following the comb.
I hope I covered all of it.
If you do ALL of this, and you are having quality work done on your hair, the broken fried ends problem, should get better.
One more thing, coloring can be a huge issue, if the colorist does not do their job properly in preserving the integrity of the hair during their services on your hair.

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