Your Num­ber 1… Split End Saviours

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L’oréal El­vive Ex­tra­or­di­nary Oil, £6.66

I’ve got curly hair that is prone to the odd split end but it’s not overly frizzy so I need to be care­ful not to use re­ally thick, heavy oils. That’s why this is my go-to. I use a small pump – a lit­tle goes a long way – run it through the ends and, like magic, they look smoother and health­ier. @hlbw

ghd Ad­vanced Split End Ther­apy, £19.95

This is se­ri­ously a won­der prod­uct. Its clever tech­nol­ogy is ac­ti­vated by heat, so when I’m styling my hair the cream works to bind the bro­ken fi­bres for in­stant glam. It also works to pre­vent fu­ture break­age. It’s ge­nius! @daisie­smith

Bleach Lon­don Rein­car­na­tion Mask, £6

Be­ing a blondie, I bleach my hair ev­ery few weeks so I need some­thing to keep my split ends at bay. This has been a to­tal life­saver. I dou­ble up and use it be­fore bleach­ing to help pre­vent fur­ther dam­age and then af­ter­wards to put the mois­ture back in. @gem­masty­lessue

Se­bas­tian Pro­fes­sional Dark Oil, £30.40

When my ends are start­ing to look split I reach for this. It’s great for me be­cause it doesn’t weigh hair down, so it’s bet­ter for finer hair. The smell is what ini­tially won me over but it leaves my hair feel­ing softer, with­out look­ing like there’s serum in it. @ly­di­aath­omp­son

Moroc­canoil Treat­ment, £31.85

I’m blessed with the mane of a small lion, with hair that’s un­ruly and frizzy – and the only thing that seems to truly tame it is this mag­i­cal hair oil. I some­times sit and think about what my hair must have looked like be­fore I dis­cov­ered this prod­uct. The an­swer is: not very pretty. @Clau­di­adyer






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