split ends

by Joost Nusselder | Updated on:  June 19, 2022
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Trichoptilosis (from the Greek τριχο- tricho- “hair” and the New Latin ptilosis “arrangement of feathers in definite areas” from the Greek πτίλον ptilon “feather”), schizotrichia, and informally split ends, is the splitting or fraying of the hair-shaft due to excessive heat and mechanical stress. Split ends in different lengths” perrow=”4 Spliss4.jpg Spliss2.jpg Spliss3.jpg Spliss1.jpg

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