The Ends of My Hair Have Curled up and Become Dry. What Should I Do?

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Theo Barrett, a professional hair stylist based in New York, joins us to answer your crucial hair concerns. Remember, if you have questions for our experts you can submit them on our submissions page.

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Question:

Hey, I’m a teenage boy with straight hair. I was growing out my hair and it was quite thick. But one day I washed it and afterwards it became all thin and a little frizzy. Also, the fringe became separated into different segments and the ends of my hair have curled up and become dry. I was told to condition my hair, but what else will I have to do? Get it trimmed?

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Answer:

Please note that trims are always a great step in achieving healthy hair, and the same applies to deep conditioners. It sounds as though you started with a great base and all it needs is a little attention. You may have a hair cowlick which simply means the natural pattern in which your hair intends to grow, and you can’t manipulate or over direct it to lay a different pattern. I would recommend a haircut.


With over 10 years of experience, Theo specializes in healthy hair care and extensions. Connect with Theo on Instagram and Twitter: @tb_hairstylist or via email at stylesbytheo@gmail.com.

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