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    Posted: October 29 2004 at 12:26pm
Renee is right... blow drying is especially harsh on fine hair. If you absolutely MUST blow dry, for example if you're going into below-freezing weather, then blow dry on a very low and cool setting and point the air flow DOWN towards the ends.

Snip off the damaged ends with very sharp hair scissors or embroidery scissors.
my LJ, 40 inches long
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stop blowdrying and add start puttign a leave in conditioner on the ends....
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Well, im at my wits end so im just posting anywhere i can get help, hopefully i can get it here. I recently got my hair cut to above my shoulders and it used to be pretty long and well dead. Well since the haircut whenever i blowdry my hair the ends get singed, well some of them do. Does anyone have any ideas on fixing this or stopping it
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