You made a wise decision to let your hair grow out! Girls love guys with long hair and long hair men will continue to be a hot trend. It may seem like a simple process, the reality is that it requires a little more work than you might expect. First step is to accept that it will be an awkward journey that will end with you having a healthy, strong long mane and being able to tuck your hair behind your ear, shake it like the king of the jungle you are, and say it was totally worth the wait!
Growing your hair requires more than simply growing your hair out. Do not expect to hide your hair under your hat for 12 months and expect neatly layered, nourished hair. Basic hair care from styling techniques and the right tactics can help keep your hair looking its best as it grows. Here are 4 tips to grow and keep your mane the right way.
1. VISITING YOUR BARBER
Don't get rid of your barber's phone number; you'll still need them! Brushing your hair, pulling it back, blow drying it, or even incorporating product's to your hair can cause damage and split ends. We strongly advise you to visit your barber or hair stylist at a salon every 2 to 3 months not only for a trim, but also to create a few layers and remove some unwanted bulk. Make sure to let them know you are growing your hair!
"Trim your hair; it will grow faster." FALSE, my friends, this is a major misconception. It will not help your hair grow faster, but it will help it look healthier than ever.
2. MAINTAINING YOUR SOON TO BE MANE
Be gentle with your hair. Try to avoid brushing or pulling your hair throughout your day.
Check out our blog Washing your Mane for some tips on how to wash your hair.
After you finish washing your hair, it's best to dry it with a cotton shirt instead of a towel or let it dry naturally. You can use a blow dryer, but keep in mind it can cause brittle and split ends.
When it's time to tie your hair back , please don't use elastics, not only that it's hard to remove from your hair. It causes breakage.
Yes, I said it. Patience is key to growing your hair. It usually takes 2 years to reach your shoulders. Don't get overwhelmed when your hair doesn't grow the same length, everyone is different. Your hair usually grows faster from the crown of your head down than it does from the sides. In other words, it will not grow in the same proportions all over your head. There are numerous ways to style your hair until it reaches the desired length.
A well balanced diet will help you maintain overall health. However, if you don't have a specific vitamin deficiency, there is no evidence to show that extra vitamins or supplements will help your hair to grow. Ingredients like biotin; folic acid; vitamins D, A, C, and E; and omegas, all of which supposedly work together to make your hair look longer, healthier, shinier, and stronger with continued use. Could and could not work. It all depends on what your body really needs. If you use it and it works then keep on using it!
There you have it folks! 4 simple ways to maintain your mane, the right way.
Father's Day is June 18th, which is this Sunday- did you get Dad a gift yet?
If you haven't, you need to check out this list and grab Dad a gift that looks like you've been planning all year long!
Our weekly Father's Day Gift Guide continues with a collection of gifts for Dad that he's going to love. This week, you'll find items like a luxury shoe horns, the best electric shaver on the market, socks that really speak, and more!
Check out our entire list of Father's Day Gift Ideas, order online, and get them deleivered today!
A Gift Guide featuring some top Gift Idea for Father's Day 2023.
Explore some unexpected, and cool gifts that your Dad will want to get this Father's Day!
Spring his here and summer is quickly approaching! The sun's out longer and it's now time to update your skincare routine accordingly. Time to break out the sunscreen! But, before you just grab any old sunscreen, you would want to make sure it's the right SPF.
What is SPF? What SPF is enough? How often should sunscreen be applied? Your questions answered here!
As Julia Child once said, “No one is born a great cook, one learns from doing." Since the 1960s, cooking has been recognized to be an art.
When it comes to kitchen cuisine, the adage "practice makes perfect" is accurate. Cooking at home often will help you improve your skills and, in addition, is a healthier alternative to eating out.
In this week's blog, we've listed some ideas for you to try in the kitchen to help you become a better cook this year!
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