Trending: hair dusting for tiny split ends. Split ends are always a ‘thing’ that we all have to deal with on a fairly regular basis. But if we’re all pretty honest with ourselves, we try to drag out actually dealing with our split ends for as long as possible. Sometimes getting a full hair cut for tiny split ends can seem like a big task…until now. Hair dusting has become a pretty big trend in the hair world. If you’re an avid social media user, you may have seen some videos of hair dusting and it’s pretty fascinating. We’re loving the hair dusting trend so thought we would share a bit more about it in case you’re not familiar, or you’re curious about this hair trend.
So often when we think of getting rid of split ends we think we need to schedule a hair cut with our hair stylist of choice. However, with hair dusting, making waves in the hair world that may not necessarily be the only option anymore. Hair experts have said that hair dusting is a legitimate hair cutting technique that can do wonders for split ends. One of the reasons so many of us put off getting our split ends cut off is because we don’t necessarily want to lose a lot of length. The bonus of hair dusting is experts say that it’s a technique that allows hair stylists to eliminate split ends in the hair, without taking much (really if any) length off of the hair. It’s essentially a technique that allows them to just remove the unhealthy, split ends in the hair and leave the healthy hairs behind.
The thing about leaving split ends for too long is, it can cause our hair to become more damaged and brittle, causing more and more breakage to occur the longer we leave the split ends. With hair dusting, we’re able to stop a lot of additional damage from occurring due to split ends. So you may be wondering how they actually go about this hair dusting technique. Basically, when a hair stylist provides a hair dusting technique to your hair they go from the bottom/ends of the hair and snip the tip of the hair. This is what allows them to remove the split ends, without removing the length. The key to the hair stylists to really get the best results with hair dusting, is the hair needs to be straight and smooth so they can really see the split ends well.
The downside of hair dusting? Because it’s such a specific type of hair technique focusing on a lot of detail, it’s a pretty time consuming service. Experts suggest that because it is a time consuming technique, it’s the reason you don’t see many hair stylists offering or doing it. However, it does have many amazing benefits like keeping your hair healthy between appointments, and preventing your hair from getting a lot of damage from breakage and split ends.
Would you try hair dusting? Or have you?