Mens Hairstyle For Round Face

Suitability Hairstyle

Hair Type Of Style:

Face Shape of Hairstyle: Oval, Oblong, Square, and Diamond

Hairstyle Density: Sparse Density and Medium Density

Hair Textures:

Hairstyle Age Under for: 25 – 30, 31 – 40, and 41 – 45

Hair Height: Long and Short

Hair Weight: Average

For Glasses: Suits with and without

Hair Styling

Hair Style Time:

Products for Hairstyle: Mousse and Wax

The Right Direction to Healthy Hair and Styling

Mens Hairstyle For Round Face Photo Gallery

Styling your hair, from standard combing and brushing (although many prefer to use their fingers to lessen the stress on your follicles), to styling your own hair freely or in some kind of protective style. Braiding or twisting the hair while dry will encourage that snap, crackle, and pop that will make you cringe as the broken shafts fall to the floor around you. You’re going to shed hair, that’s inevitable and apart of the process, but there’s no need to amplify it. A quick spritz or light dousing with a bit of water can go a long way when styling as it allows the hair to be manipulated a lot easier without as much breakage.

However, no matter how soft you get your hair or how lovely it looks after a lustrous moisturizing treatment, you cannot eliminate dry hair. Accept it. The sooner you accept this, the less chance you have in being disappointed when your hair starts to revert after your regular conditioning treatments stop or become fairly irregular. Naturally dry hair will always be dry hair because these treatments and recipes you implement are only temporary. For a few naturalistas, using certain products like a drying shampoo can result in abnormally dry hair but removing that product should allow moisture to be restored. Yet, the vast majority of people with kinky, curly, coiled hair will tend to have dry tresses. The main reason for the emphasis on having a “regular” (remember you determine what’s regular for you) hair care conditioning routine is because keeping the hair moisturized with water and oils, constantly penetrating the shaft, is a job that has to be repeated regularly, often times weekly, because hair reverts back to its default parched state from the moisturized state you’ve been implementing. Don’t feel like keeping up with the constant bombardment of water onto your locks? Let the environment do it, by going somewhere nice and humid so your hair can absorb the water in the air all on its own. Some foreign beach sounds nice right about now.

Also keep in mind that moisture has a direct correlation to shrinkage. Even when you think your hair is short and stubby and being super stubborn, it may be suffering from shrinkage. Afrocentric hair has a tendency to shrink up to 70% from its actual length.

Moisture encourages your hair to remain in its natural, tightly, coiled, curl pattern which will work against you if you are trying to show off its amazing length and progress. Take it easy on the water when you want to adorn your hair with particular styles like a blow out, or twists. It’s been found that using less water, and other moisturizers, while wearing these styles prolong the wear ability.

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