curliefro wrote: »
You mentioned that you flat iron. If so, how often - how high is the temperature setting - do you use heat protectant? Flat ironing can cause heat damage and thinning or breakage. I see your Avatar, do you have a chemical straightener? If so, how often are you retouching and are you just having the new growth retouched. If your thin ends have split ends, you may have to perform a trim or cut.
Moisturize your hair with water, glycerin, olive oil, shea butter, jojoba oil based products and use deep conditioning treatments.
I conditioner wash and clarify with Apple cider vineger/non SLS shampoo - use deep conditioning therapy every 4 to 6 weeks and trim about every 2 to 3 months. I do styles that do not require straightening. Good Luck :blob4:
MirCurls wrote: »
As far as I know, there's no remedy for thin ends other than cutting them up to meet the thicker hair growth area (to get a non thin "bottom").
Flat-ironing already processed hair can definitely cause weakening and breakage. But I'd ask, did you always have this issue with thin ends or is it something more recent?
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