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1 Trim your hair by trimming it regularly.
Even if you try to lengthen it, it still needs regular trimming so that it doesn’t split. You can visit a professional hairstylist, or you can cut your own hair. Either way, consider the following schedule:
- If you want your hair to be short, trim the ends every 2-3 weeks. Make sure you or the stylist shave any hair growing at the nape of the neck.
- If you intend to lengthen your hair, trim the ends every 4-6 weeks. Even though it will be covered in hair, make sure the hair that grows on the nape of the neck is neatly trimmed.
2. Wash your hair regularly.
Shampooing every day is effective for most men, although you can loosen it up every other day if your hair is dry. Choose a shampoo and conditioner that matches your hair type. If you have dry or split ends, choose a sulfate-free shampoo, which doesn’t contain sodium laureth sulfate or sodium lauryl sulfate.
- Look for a shampoo and conditioner that suits your hair type, whether it’s dry, oily, etc.
- Buy a separate shampoo and conditioner, a combination shampoo and conditioner product doesn’t have the same effect.
- Ask your hairstylist for advice because they are the experts! If you buy shampoo and conditioner from a hairdresser, they may be more expensive than regular products, but they may be of better quality.
3. Use hair styling products (optional).
Hairstyling products are not mandatory, but most men choose this method. In addition to making hair appear shinier and healthier, they offer hairstyles that last longer and are more controlled. Here are some products commonly used to style men’s hair:
- Serum or cream. This product makes it easy to control fluttering hair or untangle curled hair without making your hair stiff and unruly.
- Mousse. Use mousse to add volume and shine to your hair, with minimal staying power. For best results, apply to damp hair, and let it dry.
- Hair oils such as pomade, hair wax, or hair clay. Use these products to style your hair into difficult shapes, such as pompadours (a hairstyle popularized by Elvis Presley) or curls (for straight hair). Be careful, you will need to wash your hair a few times to clean these products, so only apply a small amount. The size of a pea should be sufficient if you have short, medium, or thin hair. Use pomade or hair wax for a shiny, wet look. Use hair clay for a more natural, glossy look.
- Gel. Unlike pomade, gels contain alcohol which dries hair and makes hair stiffer. To make it last longer, apply gel to wet hair.
- Hair glue. Curious how some people can make the mohawk straight? They may use some kind of hair glue, which offers the strongest resistance. Be careful about the accumulation of this product, and wash your hair until it is completely clean.
- Ask your hairstylist for advice! They know which product is right for your hair.
4. Comb the hair in a style that suits you.
You may have to try over and over again to find a hairstyle that fits your face shape and style, but you will end up with the right everyday look. Consider the following options:
- Part hair. You can part the hair in the middle or the sides. Or even without cleavage. Try out a few different styles. Notice, which one do you prefer?
- Comb hair in one direction. Instead of parting it, you can try combing the top of your hair in one direction. If you have short hair, try combing it forward. If it’s long enough, try combing it back or up (spike). Again, experiment with different styles.
- For long hair, you can pull it back and tie it into a ponytail, in such a way that the knot fits your face (when viewed from the front). Or, you can comb your hair back, then tie just the top layer.
5 Get rid of baldness (optional). Sepatu Branded
If you are bald, maybe the crop is the best cut or shave for you. With such a hairstyle, the differences between the two areas are not very clear. Make sure you wash your hair after exercising. If not, the baldness might get faster. In addition, gently massage your scalp every time you shower.