Men's Hair Care Tips You Need to Know


Just because you’re a man doesn't mean you shouldn't take good care of your hair. Goof personal grooming is one of the best acts of self-care there is because when you look good, you feel good and when you feel good you are more confident in your work and personal life.

With that in mind, let’s take a look at some of the best hair care tips that every man needs to know about:

Don’t wash it too much

If you’re the kind of guy who likes a fuss-free grooming routine, you will be pleased to know that washing your hair too often is bad for it, and if you want it to look its best, you should stop washing it every day, unless it is really dirty or greasy obviously, and was every 2-3 days instead. This will lock in your hair’s natural oils for a fuss-dree shine no product necessary.

Stop disguising thin hair

If your hair is thinning, do not be tempted to go for a combover which is not very flattering on just about any man, and check out the many men’s hair loss treatments on the market instead. You could also ask your barber for a haircut that works with the thinness to add texture, minimize baldness and make you look younger. Combovers are rarely the answer.

Less is more

You might want to have perfectly tousled hair or an impressive array of spikes, but if you do, remember that using less product will give you a better look than using too much. So many men use too much hair gel and it makes their hair look greasy or crusty instead of sexy and tousled, a pea-sized amount is generally enough to get the style you want and keep your hair looking healthy and handsome.

Get regular trims

Having your hair trimmed every 6-8 weeks will ensure that your chosen hairstyle keeps its shape. This means you will not need to put as much time or effort into ensuring that your hair looks good, so although it might not be the most convenient thing in the world, it will save you time overall.

Wash with cool water

If you can possibly do so, then instead of using hot water to wash your hair, use cool water instead. Hot water can damage your hair and scalp, causing hair to break and thin out or your scalp to become dry and sore. Cool or tepid water will keep hair looking shiny and healthy, not to mention just s clean so try to use it where you can.

Don’t use box dyes

If you want to hide those grays, go to the salon. Yes, it will be less discrete but the dye will look more natural which means fewer people will know you have dyed your hair if that is something you are worried about

Taking good care of your hair is a simple act that will help you to look and feel better, so be sure to add these great hair care ideas into your regular grooming routine.

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