Since split ends don't have a specific ‘cure’, the easiest and quickest way to deal with them is by cutting them off. But there are practices that can help us prevent the further development of split ends which can help us keep our hair healthy and in good shape.

After you wash your hair, be gentle

People who wash and condition their hair are more prone to breakage and damage than those who do not wash their hair.

Some people will use a towel to dry their hair. This can harm it. If you rub your hair too hard, it can become damaged. Split ends and frizz can also affect your hair's cuticles.

Remove the knots in your hair.

Brushing or combing tangled hair, whether wet or dry, can be difficult. As a result, you should always detangle your hair before drying, brushing, or styling it.

According to the American Academy of Dermatology, the best way to remove dead skin cells is to use a wide-toothed comb (AAD).

Make sure that your hair is well-hydrated, too.

If you don't moisturize your hair on a daily basis, it can be difficult to avoid split ends. Finally, dry hair can lead to damage and split ends.

To keep your hair moisturized, use a hair mask once a week. A hair mask is the most effective way to get a deep conditioning treatment that will make your hair less frizzy and dry. Using a mask can also help protect your hair from damage, leaving it smoother and shinier.

When you use a hair mask instead of an instant conditioner, you usually get more active ingredients. You can also leave the mask on your hair for several hours or overnight due to its longer-lasting effects.

Turn down the heat.

If you use hot tools frequently, your hair may become dry and the protein structure may change.
Allow your hair to air dry after washing it before using a curling iron, flat iron, or blow dryer if desired.

Don’t brush too much.

You don’t have to brush your hair with 100 strokes every day. Brushing your hair too much can break it and split it, among other things