You're Doing It All Wrong!
Showering, brushing your teeth, applying foundation and 7 more daily beauty routines you're probably screwing up
The Fix: At-home trims don't remove damage, they maintain shape -- assuming you're actually able to keep the shape. That's nearly impossible when you're cutting at a weird angle with the same scissors you cut paper with. Your stylist gets paid top dollar for a reason, including his or her ability to see all angles of your hair, so your best bet is to do some damage control before your next hair appointment. Instead of taking shears into your own hands, invest in an overnight hair mask , like Tigi Hair Reborn Reparative Nocturnal Therapy, to seal your ends and stop splitting until your stylist can get rid of 'em for good.
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