English version

split ends

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Hair & beauty
split endsˌsplit ˈends noun [plural]  DCBa condition of someone’s hair in which the ends have split into several parts
Examples from the Corpus
split endsQ Is there a cure for split ends?She regarded me warily from under a fringe of split ends.Thankfully, prevention of split ends isn't as drastic as the cure.Concentrate on getting hair in peak condition with moisturising treatments and more importantly, regular trims to get rid of split ends.Caroline cut the split ends off Meera's hair but decided she should keep the length.The very best product to smooth the cuticle and help mend the split ends is Pure Gloss.Louise took a couple of inches off Clare's hair to tidy it up and get rid of the split ends.Because if your dry ends turn to split ends, the only cure is no ends.
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