Classic Mens Hairstyle

Suitability Hairstyle

Hair Type Of Style: 4B Coily Crimpy

Face Shape of Hairstyle: The Diamond Face, The Long or Oblong Face And The Oval Face

Hairstyle Density: High Density Hair

Hair Textures: Medium Texture

Hairstyle Age Under for: 18 – 30, 31 – 40, and 41 – 55

Hair Height: All Types

Hair Weight:

For Glasses: Suits without

Hair Styling

Hair Style Time: 20-30 minutes

Products for Hairstyle: Smoothing Shine, Hair Spray, and Moisturizer

The Right Direction to Healthy Hair and Styling

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Make sure to keep your ends trimmed, to keep them healthy. While that may seem a bit contradictory when it comes to keeping your hair long, if you want healthy long hair you need to get regular trims. Those split ends promote breakage, hair loss, and weaken the healthy hair growing out near your scalp. So keep it neat and tidy and trim those ends.

Utilize the natural oils of your scalp by giving yourself a nice scalp massage at night. Or have someone massage it for you, if you don’t mind another person’s set of hands in your hair. Whether it be with a brush or your fingertips, spreading around your body’s natural oils will do wonders to promote growth and lock in moisture. You can keep your scalp so much healthier by doing this one simple step every night. Speaking of your scalp, think of it in terms of nature. Trees can’t grow if the soil and roots aren’t taken care of, so treat your hair similarly. Healthy hair starts with a healthy scalp, which will make it easier for your hair to stay moisturized. You can do a quick and easy test to see how healthy your hair and scalp is. Take a section of your hair and lift it at the root. Healthier hair holds the same density from the root to the tip. If your ends are thinner, you may want to utilize some of the following treatments to stimulate a healthier hair care regimen. Or you may be at a point where it’s best for you to just chop it off and start over. It’s only hair it’ll grow back.

The best way to start a new hair healthcare regimen is from the inside by eating the right foods, and adding a daily vitamin to that as well. Nothing promotes a luxurious mane like eating right. It makes you feel and look good from the inside out. Keep in mind to look for multivitamins that are formulated for hair skin and nails, which often contain biotin, vitamin C and those essential B vitamins.

While we love for our hair to look phenomenal, be careful not to overdo it with the heat styling tools. Don’t over style your hair as excessive heat can lead to damage and unnecessary breakage. Along with excessive heat, you’re going to want to skip the excessive shampooing as well. Our afrocentric hair can go weeks without a wash but it is recommended to wash once a week or every two weeks. As the days without shampooing pass, your natural oils build up and penetrate your hair allowing for it to hydrate and repair some of the damage on its own. However, if you go too long without a good scrub the buildup will cause itching, flaking, and dandruff. That kind of itching ain’t the hair growth phase. And when it comes time to wash that buildup away, use cool water to rinse so it can help seal the cuticles and protect your hair while styling it. Once you’re styled and ready for bed, take care to sleep on a silk pillowcase. Silk tends to be less damaging on the hair avoiding tangles and breakage. The less breakage the longer and healthier the hair.

Last, but not least, pay attention to how your skin and scalp react after using certain products. There are many signs to look out for that a product isn’t working for you. Even if your hair shiny, if the product leaves your skin feeling dry, waxed, stripped, or even worse irritated (bumps, itching, or hives), seek medical attention if necessary and reconsider what you’re putting onto your hair.

So now that we’ve touched on the basics of structure, growth, and loss; let’s move on to keeping the strands moisturized. Moisturizing the hair isn’t exactly what keeps the hair growing, it keeps the strands strong during styling so you can avoid damage and breakage. But the absolute key to locking in moisture, especially if your hair is naturally dry, is to make it routine. Here are a few things to always keep in the house when you want to whip up a few of these recipes. Just by keeping a few of these staples on hand, you can alter and change these recipes as you discover what works for your hair and what does not.

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