Monday, February 20

Search and Destroy



I have been noticing some splits recently,so I decided to "search & destroy".
For those who aren't familiar with the term "search & destroy", it's basically when you examine your ends and cut off split ends only on the strands of hair that have them.
I'm not scheduled for a trim until April and seeing split-ends make me cringe! I will most likely bust out my Split-Ender when I take these twists out because I didn't have a chance to get the back of my hair and I'm sure I missed a lot of splits.
Luckily, the highest I saw a split travel was about __ long. So, for now I will be sure to keep my ends extra moisturized!



*I look a hot mess in that pic...I apologize in advance.*

6 comments:

  1. I've been light-weight S&Ding lately... it's just such a boring task! And I never feel like I got all the splits/damaged ends... even in a small section!!

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    1. It sure is a boring task. That's why I only do it when I'm twists and watching something really good on T.V.
      I do believe most people are better off just Dusting the ends.

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  2. I wish I knew how to trim my split ends instead of having to rely on on a stylist to do it. You know at times they can get trim/scissor happy.

    *You look just great in the pic!*

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    1. I know exactly what you mean about scissor happy stylists! Hopefully you don't have one and they cut only whats necessary!

      Awww thanks, girl!!!!

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  3. I've been wanting to do this recently. I just can't take someone else cutting off my progress, a news headline in the making about a customer snapping on a hair stylist. I can't do it. I think I may purchase a split ender. I do not know how to trim my own ends but I know I need to get on a regular schedule until they are healthy again. I have been watching tutorials about trimming to prepare myself when it's time.

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  4. Lol! I feel you girl! I think the split ender is a good investment and for a more precise even cut the creaclip may work.....for at home hair-cuts.

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