My roots look good but my ends dont

Hello all-

Sorry im not sure where to post this. But i am a boy, and im growing my hair out. The roots of my hair look good and healthy, but my ends dont. Is there a way i can prevent this? Do i just need my ends clipped?

Here's a photo:


I am a 4a hair type, medium strands, very high density.

Thanks

Last edited by flapjack; 02-02-2015 at 09:46 PM. Reason: photo too large
Have you tried leaving a little conditioner in? Typically ends are the driest parts of your hair and need a little extra love. You could also try an oil soak overnight. When I say soak I actually mean more like a light dusting.


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Condish: V05 Tea Therapy, Body Shop Banana
Leave in: Giovanni Direct Leave In
PT: My hair needs very little. I use Suave Naturals Coconut when I need a little bit and follow up with a moisturizing conditioner.
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It looks like you only have products/combed the roots. What's your routine?
It looks like you only have products/combed the roots. What's your routine?
Originally Posted by scrills
I apply shea moisture smoothie almost every day and rub it in. In that picture I used jbco though
You could need a trim.
What's your whole regime?
Oh and trying to focus on your ends since it's winter.


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You could need a trim.
What's your whole regime?
Originally Posted by Afromuffin
Wash day is Friday. I apply shea moisture smoothie or kinky curly leave in everyday. I put jbco on my roots and sometimes through my strands, every few days. And i sleep on a satin pillowcase.

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