|LEFT: What I would I call an example of what healthy, layered ends look like. |
RIGHT: An example of a blunt cut. Even when our hair is cut in such a manner, it will gradually grow out of the blunt cut (and similar to what we see in the LEFT photo).
|These ladies have some of the longest hair in the world, but what do you think about their ends? (I leave it up to you to decide.)|
And now for more hair pics:
|Though split ends were minimal, I felt like the ends of my twists needed a good trim because they were thin. I gave them one ... and some. I cut 2+ inches total (maybe more, I don't know since I stopped measuring after a while).|
|(Twist shot from Aug. 2012.) This gives an idea of the ends I have been holding onto for almost two years now (aside from a few dusting sessions).|
|The final product. (After a light flat-iron, braids, and another cut included in the 2+ inches.) I had to talk myself out of cutting another couple of inches.|
|The final product. (After a light flat-iron, braids, and another cut included in the 2+ inches.) Tried to get a complete shot of the ends but after several attempts, I gave up for the day. I'll try again in the near future.|