A woman on TikTok has gone viral for her method of removing split ends - petsitterbank

A woman on TikTok has gone viral for her method of removing split ends

How to cut split ends at home! Woman Goes Viral With Simple Trick Showing How To ‘Bend’ Hair Halfway To Reveal Damaged Strands Before Cutting

  • A TikTok Creator Shared The Hair Hack To Solve The Split Ends You ‘Can’t Stop Doing’
  • The technique involves exposing the damage by bending sections of hair to cut
  • The method he has been doing for 5 years earned over 150,000 likes










A woman has gone viral on TikTok with a hands-on technique showing how to get rid of split ends at home.

American TikTok user Meyin Leda explained in the video that she discovered the technique five years ago and hasn’t looked back.

The method involves dividing the hair into 1-inch-wide sections.

The section is then ‘bent’ over one finger, causing the split ends of the sections to pop up and make cutting easier.

American TikTok user Meyin Leda explained in the video that she discovered the technique five years ago and hasn’t looked back

The method involves dividing the hair into 1-inch-wide sections.  The section is then 'bent' over one finger, causing the split ends of the sections to pop up and make cutting easier.

The method involves dividing the hair into 1-inch-wide sections. The section is then ‘bent’ over one finger, causing the split ends of the sections to pop up and make cutting easier.

The idea turned out to be a hit with fans, who said it would save them a trip to the hair salon. The video has accumulated 150,000 likes.

The video, a close-up of Meyin’s hair, begins with her combing her brunette locks to make sure there are no tangles.

Then he bends it to make the damaged split ends pop up.

Next, Meyin takes a professional hair-cutting scissors, to avoid further damage, and uses them to slightly cut the damaged hairs.

Taking a lock of her hair, she carefully combed it out to gauge exactly how much she wanted to cut.

Taking a lock of her hair, she carefully combed it out to gauge exactly how much she wanted to cut.

Then, he took the hair between his fingers and folded it a bit so that any damaged hair would stand up.

Then, he took the hair between his fingers and folded it a bit so that any damaged hair would stand up.

After cutting a section, just move on to the next part.

Meyin swears by the technique to keep her long, shiny locks feeling vigorous and healthy.

In the video, she wrote: ‘A trick that I started doing 5 years ago that I can’t stop doing now.’

One commenter, concerned that it wouldn’t work on her hair texture, said: ‘What if my hair is curly and frizzy?’

Commenters were quick to praise the idea, with some even sharing how it had worked for them.

Commenters were quick to praise the idea, with some even sharing how it had worked for them.

To which Meyin responded by saying that the technique was suitable for any hair type: ‘You can straighten it and then do it, that’s what I did in this video too!’

Other commenters who had tried the hack method elsewhere chimed in to say they swore by the process as well.

One person wrote: ‘I do this to have all the ends split. My hair has never been shinier and healthier. ‘

Another said, ‘I went to a new stylist and she did this, and wow.’

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