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Karine Jackson split endsPaul Edmonds, celebrity hairdresser and creative director at Paul Edmonds salon, told us…

“There are a few things that can be done to reduce split ends forming. Firstly get a haircut that suits your hair type and one that needs minimal care as the less you use heated tools the better to reduce potential damage.

Invest in the right equipment – natural bristle brushes are best whereas metal brushes will cause split ends to form as they are rougher on hair. Finally, use the best products available. The Shu Uemura Prime Plenish shampoo and conditioner from £23, lookfantastic.com, are perfect as they contain moisture and protein to keep hair fibres strong.”

Woman loves: TRESemme’s Split Mend Sealing Serum, £5.50, Boots that binds together split ends when they break and leaves the hair cuticles smooth and sleek.

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