In most cases we reserve the term splitsville for the town that the torrid couples of Tinseltown visit when their relationships come to a screeching halt. In this case, we are using splitsville in reference to the bad things that are happening to the ends of Isla’s long locks. She always manages to look so fresh, but here she is seen with messy bedhead red hair and some split ends that are way beyond out of control.
This is one of those cases girls where you go to the closet and pull out your cute hat collection so that if you really need to skip both the wash AND the style, you only need to tuck your hair, and your messy ends, into the cute hat of your choice. And since many of us are living in the colder temperatures, we need to take extra precautions when it comes to hair care and hair maintenance. The ends have a tendency to dry out faster than our roots, and in colder temps, the pace at which this occurs seems to be exponentially faster than in the summer months.
Be sure to treat your hair with hot oil treatments at least once a week, and these are treatments that you can do with an at-home kit from your local pharmacy. Conditioning your hair every day with your daily wash is another must, and you can use anti-humectant spray on your ends before you head out. This will lock the cuticle over your hair shaft and give it an extra seal of protection before you go out and brave the elements. Split ends can happen to anyone, and in any weather, no matter how great your cut is. Preventive measures are your best defense!
Bobby Rachpoot, PacificCoastNews.com