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Split Ends is a reality series set in hair salons. Each episode takes two salons and switches them up, allowing stylists to work in different shops to expand and showcase their talents. Everything is different, their environment, their co-workers, and the method of operation. Because the salons they choose are extremely different in style and operation, it adds to the challenge. Split Ends is suitable viewing for all audiences.

Saturday 9:00 PM et/p on Style
4 Seasons, 34 Episodes - Canceled
January 1, 2006
Reality
7.1/10
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Split Ends Full Episode Guide

  • Stylist Symantha is on the war path after she goes down during a challenge--literally! See what has her fired up.

  • Will a Christian stylist be open to trying pole dancing aerobics? See how things shake up during a girls' night out.

  • Alireza "Denis" Chetzan, a Persian diva from Brentwood, California trades places with Samantha Skudlarek, a spunky stylist living in Randolph, New York...the outskirts of Amish country.

  • A stylist from Boca Raton, Fla. switches places with a stylist in Oakland, Ca.

  • Stylist Keleigh Laier of Brooklyn and Kamryn Weis of Huntington Beach, CA. switch places.

  • A stylist from the Shi Salon in St. Louis, switches places with one from Beverly Hills, CA.

  • A stylist with an ego heads to an inner city salon which is much tougher.

  • A stylist moves from her salon in Oregon to one in Venice Beach, CA.

  • A stylist who works with a no-nonsense attitude is employed in Miami with a domineering owner

  • A stylist from the South switches salons with a counterpart from England.

  • A punk rockin' stylist switches shops with a Texan Southern belle.

  • A stylist from Virginia and a former rock musician switch places.

  • A stylist seems like she is trapped in the 1980's time warp.

  • A stylist who has been previously employed at a shop which is eco-friendly goes to work in Texas.

  • Salons are traded between a married mother of 2 children and a self-described Peter Pan.

  • Salons are swapped between a deeply religious single mom and a cross dresser.

  • A hairstylist from a small town goes to work city salon, filled with high powered women who are skilled in the newest techniques in hair styling.

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