Translation of split end in Spanish:

split end

noun

  • 1

    (of hair)
    I've got split ends tengo horquilla Colombia
    • With a little planning and preventive measures, you can avoid the common sun and surf damage of faded colour, fragile, brittle or dry hair and yucky split ends.
    • You only get split ends with wet hair in cold weather.
    • She is a little taller than I am, has long dyed black hair with lots of split ends, and wears a padded bra to look as big as I am.
    • With this, she lightly touched the split ends of my long hair, which tumbled down my back.
    • It also helps prevent split ends and most importantly, it's non-greasy and can be easily washed out without leaving sticky residue.
    • I shower daily, but if I shampooed every day my hair would turn into a nasty dry mass of stiff split ends, like one of those old-fashioned straw brooms.
    • She bit her lip, finding a sudden interest in studying her hair for split ends.
    • ‘You must be Michelle,’ she chirped while picking at some split ends of her hair.
    • She let out a loud scoff and flipped her ponytail over her shoulder, beginning to carelessly check her hair for split ends.
    • Chlorine sucks sebum out of the hair, causing split ends and smelly strands.
    • It doesn't stop at hair condition or split ends - there is the scalp to think about, as well, and, frequently, hair thinning, which is when the real panic sets in, finally prompting people to seek advice.
    • ‘Ninety percent of those with long hair will get split ends right after getting highlights,’ Varin says.
    • Long, wild white hair, full of split ends, fell nearly to the back of her knees.
    • At night, protect your hair with a satin scarf, bonnet or pillowcase, which prevents split ends, tangling and matting, and preserves your hair style.
    • Going from short to long hair takes time and TLC, especially if chemical overprocessing has left you with split ends and dryness.
    • I also make sure that the length of my new haircut is short enough to get rid of any split ends, and sometimes I cut it a little shorter in back.
    • His hair had been unruly and full of split ends and his beard ought to have had a wild life preserve all its own with a silly British anthropologist doting on it day and night and writing notes about it.
    • Megabucks were spent correcting split ends of women's hair.
    • I have split ends but can't be bothered to go get my hair cut.
    • Meagan didn't even bother to look at them as she examined her hair and looked for split ends.
  • 2

    (in US football)
    (with masculine article in the singular) ala abierta feminine
    • It's an especially positive development for Boldin, who seemed miscast most of the time last season as a split end instead of playing the slot, where he excelled as a rookie.
    • The Jets want Coles to play the split end position he played previously with the team, so McCareins will move to flanker, where he played as a member of the Titans.
    • Clayton is the split end, usually lining up wide of the line.
    • At Georgia, he had started at flanker, tailback, quarterback, and split end, and also had handled punt and kickoff return duties.
    • He was a split end and outside linebacker in a smaller school in Alabama.