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Grow your natural hair long and healthy by maintaining uniformed ends. I tend to trim my hair often to make sure I achieve my hair growth by minimizing breakage from split ends. Through my healthy hair trip I have discussed whether it is smart to cut or trim my ends for my hair growth needs. So over time I have learned that it is very important to trim the ends of my hair to experience healthy hair.
I have decided to visit a product that I used several years ago called Split End. It is a battery-powered device that takes the form of an iron. Split ends have a blade that rotates through the chamber and slides over your hair as you pinch the hair into the unit and point it down toward the ends. When it goes down the hair shaft it is cut by hair that stops.
I really like using Split Ends because it removes split ends and it doesn't take much length on the ends of my hair, maybe 1/4 ", but I didn't notice any significant difference in my length after I stopped going through Before, when I didn't trim my split ends so they really looked safe and thin.
I tend to trim / cut my ends every 3 to 4 months and I only cut / trim my hair when it is straight. I think it's best to cut natural African-American hair when it's in a hot-formed state. I really see an improved difference in my hair when it is in its natural curly state after I have trimmed my ends, I get smaller single-fast buds (SSK) at the end of my hair and my hair is not snagged on my comb when I hang out away. All my curls can pop after I have had a trim and my hairstyles look better. If you have no hair styling skills I would not suggest trying to trim your hair yourself at home.
There are plenty of hairdressers who will trim ends if that's all you want. I have noticed that commercial salons often do a better job filling in a simple inquiry than some of your exclusive salons in general. Super Cuts is a great place to go for a simple trim. If you have shampooed, conditioned and straightened your hair yourself but still want a professional trim / clip, you can go to Super Cuts and ask for a smaller trim, with a maximum of 1 "-1 1/2" cut off the ends. Beauty schools are another great place to go for a trim and it doesn't cost much money, both of these haircut suggestions are budget-friendly.