A constant problem, they cut off a piece of tape and then search for the edge of the tape, it tires how quickly to find the edge of the roll of tape.
Try at the beginning to find the end of the tape with your fingernail.
In the center of the tape roll we apply a nail to the surface and rotate (scroll) the tape in both directions.
Feel the roughness, this is the end.
If it doesn’t help, then you need crushed chalk, or flour, or baking soda, that is, anything in the form of a powder.
Dip your finger in powder and again rotate the adhesive tape in two directions.
Paley in powder is pressed to the tape.
In the place where there will be an even white line across the width of the roll and the end of the tape is located.
Instead of powder, you can use a simple pencil, but at the beginning you need to sharpen it and "expose" the lead.
With a side of the stylus, put a pencil on the tape and rotate it again.
A flat line is the end of the tape, only the line will already be the full width of the roll, and the length of the pencil lead.
To solve this problem completely, then after using adhesive tape, bend its edge and that's it.
Or glue a regular paper clip on the end of the tape, or such
The end of the tape will always be available and you do not need to look for it.