While we all crave long hair, split ends tend to ruin all of our plans and lead us to chop our locks short. Here are some easy ways to manage split ends at home without chopping off the ends.

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5 SIMPLE and Quick Home Remedies to Get Rid of Split Ends Without Cutting Your Hair

Voluminous, silky, straight and bouncy hair are just a few things that every girl desires. While we’re trying to achieve this, split ends that are starting to form on the ends of the hair seem to be hampering this idea. They make the hair limp, dry, and very rough. Constant use of heat tools, dyeing, chemical treatments, and constant use of hot water are some things that speed up split ends growth.
Now that we can’t even go out to get our hair cut, here are some simple home improvement home remedies that will reduce split ends.

Coconut milk
Would you like your hair to feel like you were having a hair spa session in a plush salon? Coconut milk will do just that. Because it’s loaded with vitamin E, it reduces frizz in the hair, leaves in moisture, helps in deep conditioning your curls, thereby reducing the appearance of split ends.
Apply 3-4 spoons of coconut milk to your hair from roots to tips and wash off after a few hours.

Papaya mask
This fruit is known to nourish curls and improve overall hair health. To conjure up the perfect papaya mask, mash half a cup of papaya and add 1 spoonful of yogurt and almond oil. Mix this well and apply it to your hair from roots to tips. Let it sit for a few hours before washing it off.

Onion juice
While the process of making onion juice might make you cry, it certainly is
Be worth! Chop the onions into a paste and strain the juice. Apply this to your scalp with the help of a cotton pad and let it sit for an hour before washing it off.

Mayo hair mask
This food ingredient is not a popular choice just for wraps and sandwiches. Since this mask contains both eggs and oil, it coats each strand of hair and seals the split ends to repair the serious damage. Apply this with a spoonful of aloe vera gel for the best results and silky straight hair.

Tea tree oil
This natural oil is known to reduce the greasiness that builds up on the scalp, as well as itching and flaking. Mix tea tree oil with a carrier oil and essential oil of your choice and massage it onto your scalp. Wash off after a couple of hours.

Practice this once a week for the best results.

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