It's very on-brand for me to try and put a bandage on a problem instead of fixing it, and this time that happened to make me very good at my job. Because while procrastinating my haircut, I had the opportunity to test out all the split end menders out there to see which ones worked best on my strands.
Let's get the fine print out of the way first and foremost. Once a hair has split at the tip, so much damage has been done that the only permanent fix is to chop it off. What's more, the longer you wait, the more damage that can be done to hair, because the split will continue to travel further and further up the strand (womp! womp! womp!). Split end menders, while not a permanent fix, can actually help to stave off a lot of the damage that's happening, though. They moisturize the deadest, driest parts of the hair, and act like a glue to hold the strand together until you can make it in to see your hairstylist. Should it be a year? Probably not, but hey, these 5 split end menders are so good it could be.
From the brand created by MIT scientists, this split end repair serum not works to not only zip up your ends to create smoother strands, it also helps to stave off future damage by tapping nourishing ingredients like tacuma seed butter and silk proteins.
Garnier's formula nails it on the head, it seals up splits to keep tips healthy until the next wash and makes future damage a thing of the past. According to stats from the brand, 90 percent of hair will feel reconstructed after use.
Heard about the old IV drip post-hangover for your bod? Well, this is the equivalent for your hair. Slather them from root to tip (heavy on the tip) and watch as damaged hair perks right up.
If you'd like to pay your split ends the royal treatment, spritz on this polymer-heavy, olive oil and jojoba oil-spiked elixir which zips up ends and conditions hair all at once.
Bless you, Aveda for delivery what really is a free-pass from my hairstylist's chair for 365. The nangai oil acts like a relationship counselor to help bring the two parts of the split back together for happy hair (that mind you, still needs a trim).
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