We can't get every split end with a regular haircut.I went into capital yesterday and the woman must've had the rep in as she started raving about it!!! It removes split ends?? What, like a haircut? Just another fad.
You're more than right. We don't need a contraption to take of split ends/mid-splitends... We just need the right techniques; but the splitender is perfect for lazy hairdressers.On my obviously damaged clients, I go through and use different techniques to take off the split ends.
It doesn't take long. I look 'amazing' because I'm doing something no other hairdresser has done that. And I didn't need a contraption for it.
Actually we only sell our product to profession, and licensed, hair stylists the world over. We use to have a general consumer version of the product available but that line has been discontinued with the production of the Split-Ender Pro.Yep completely agree, possible it may be bought by public to use but really you'd want those dog ends of the length surely? It's so loud! Looking at time scale for such small sections you could of done a restyle in that time?! X
The Split-Ender Pro is designed specifically to only snip 1/8 to 1/4 of an inch off the tips of the hair. It patented design brings only the tips that are frizzed or split ends that are sticking up out of the clients hair. It does not remove length, only the tips that are sticking out.How can a tool possibly differentiate between a 'SPLIT END', and an 'END'! '.
Hair at any one time, is growing at different rates, so we have a head FULL of varying lengths, some of which, will be new hair, some layers/texturising, and ends which will not be split, but just 'flare out' towards their end.
How will this tool 'know' what is a damaged hair to be removed?
Sorry, I'm not getting what you mean.....The Split-Ender Pro is designed specifically to only snip 1/8 to 1/4 of an inch off the tips of the hair. It patented design brings only the tips that are frizzed or split ends that are sticking up out of the clients hair. It does not remove length, only the tips that are sticking out.
HeheSorry, I'm not getting what you mean.....
How does this 'tool' decide what END is "just an end, splaying out",
and an END that is split or damaged?
You say it removes 1/8 - 1/4 inch.....that will make 'THAT HAIR' SHORTER.
My hair is curly.
Most of my ENDS, do not lay flat.
That does not mean they are 'split ends'.
Your tool would have a field day ....and I'd be left with zero weight, and wispy woo......