Split Ender Hair Trimmer

February 11, 2010

Split Ender

I’ve been having a hard time dusting the crown area of my hair lately. I found this product, the Split-Ender, and I’m seriously considering purchasing it. The Split-Ender is supposed to trim the ends of your hair 1/8 to 1/4 of an inch. After doing a lot of research, the only problems I have is with the price (59.99) and the blades. A few reviews said you have to replace the blades often because they can become dull and leave your hair in worse shape. The product description and a YouTube video review is below. Has anyone tried it out? Let me know what you think!

Product Description:

“New Surgy-Trim SystemTM (STSTM) technology safely trims the ends of the hair where damaged hair ends and split ends starts while preserving the beautiful, long, healthy hair, insuring that all the ends (good & bad) are trimmed and healthy.

The Split-Ender unique patented Hair Plate is specially designed to guide the “hair strands” to uniformly flow in and out throughout the Strand Guards and safely into the “Blades” guiding each and every hair in a straight motion, forcing them to stand straight up… when reaching the “Center of the Hair Plate” by delivering only the ends into the blades to snip the tips by 1/8″ to 1/4″, trimming the ends where burned, dry, damaged ends and split ends are more likely to be found. All this! While preserving and leaving the long, beautiful and healthy hair strands untouched.”



{ 9 comments… read them below or add one }

fancy fresh February 25, 2010 at 9:24 am

never heard of this, but if it works this is exactly what i need!
gonna check into in a bit further & get back to u…

Mercy March 7, 2010 at 5:39 pm

Plz email wit ur reviews cuz i really do plan to buy that. PLZ and Thank U :)

daniela April 20, 2010 at 5:46 am

I own this and I use it every two months. It does not get rid of your split ends. All it does is trim a little bit of your ends. You still will need to get a haircut to get rid of your split ends. I only use it so that I can avoid going to the hairdresser and having inches trimmed off. But in order for the splitender to be usefull you have to get a haircut and take care of your hair so that you can avoid split ends. Then you can you the split ender every 2 months to maintain. But in the bright side I love the miracle silk more than the split ender.

RONI May 20, 2010 at 6:37 pm

fROM the video it seems like you might as well do this yourself!

Stacy May 25, 2010 at 3:43 pm

I’m glad I ran into your blogs! I am approach 10 months of being natural! I am currently wearing a sewin, and getting tired of wearing weave, which I’ve been doing for my transition period. I have been thinking about doing the big chop, and have been consulting with friends who are natural on what to do. I’ve just been struck, because I love the length it has grown to. After reading your blogs, you have helped me decide to hold on a little longer at least until the end of the summer or the fall. One thing is for sure I am getting this sew-in out and giving the twist out with rods a try! Hope it turns out well :-/…

Frizz Free Girl July 21, 2010 at 1:03 am

There are both Positive & Negative Comments for the Product! In a Dilemma to try it or Not

Linn Seeley July 18, 2011 at 10:37 pm

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ClippAid June 21, 2012 at 3:06 pm

If the issue is that it gets dull, there might be easy ways to sharpen it, even at home. There are lots of youtube videos if you type in ‘how to sharpen hair trimmers’

Kris November 22, 2012 at 10:27 pm

Don’t try it!!!! This will be the biggest mistake of your life. It made my hair choppy and now I have a head full of chopped up hair strands. The concept of it sounds great and I wanted to try. So I did. I followed the instructions clearly that were enclosed and it still cut my individual hair strands off at different lengths. Some of them were close to the roots!!!! These people should be ashamed of themselves for falsifying the product like that!!

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