Trim Split Ends at Home

This su­per DIY ‘dust­ing’ tech­nique keeps hair healthy and gor­geous.

Cosmopolitan (India) - - BEAUTY -

1 Part your hair down the cen­tre so you have two equal sec­tions. Bring each in front of you shoul­ders. 2 Sim­i­larly, sep­a­rate one side into two equal halves, then tightly twist one of them all the way to the tips. 3 Hold the twist, and glide your thumb and in­dex fin­ger from ends to mid­shaft. This causes the frayed ends to pop away from the twist. 4 Snip the bro­ken V-shaped ends with styling shears; re­peat the process on each sec­tion. Fin­ish with mois­tur­is­ing mousse to style and pro­tect.

Laini Reeves, a celeb hair­styl­ist in Los Angeles Flat iron your strands. It’s eas­ier to spot torn tresses when the tex­ture is smooth and straight.

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Shine, ` 525 H2O Spa Nour­ish­ing Con­di­tioner,

` 1,040 Dove Hair Fall Res­cue Serum, ` 250

Esha Gupta and her strands will

never split up

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