HOW TO GROW HAIR (LESSON FOR MEN)
Long hairstyles for men, from the chin to the shoulders above, are popular and attractive. It is easy to grow hair, but the process does not happen overnight. Although many supplements and products promise to make hair faster and thicker, do not believe this. A healthy diet and lifestyle can help improve hair condition, but it grows at a constant rate. While some guys have faster hair growth than others, this is not something that can be changed. It’s best to be patient, get help from your hairdresser or stylist, and try new cool looks along the way. Here’s how to look good when growing hair with tips and photos from Steve Bath’s growing haircut, made by one of our favorite hairdressers, Andrew Lice High. How to grow hair for men
Keep visiting your hairdresser
To look good when growing hair, continue to visit your hairdresser or stylist. If you’ve ever seen only short haircuts at your hairdresser, maybe it’s time to go somewhere with more experience with longer styles. While many hairdressers and stylists can cut hair of any length, some specialize in shorter haircuts. Let your hairdresser or stylist know that you want to grow your hair and what are your goals. We will use this information, as well as your hair type and face shape, to create a haircut that looks good now and becomes longer. When the hair grows long, a haircut every 2-3 months should be adequate or make an appointment when the hair seems uncontrollable. Regular haircuts also help the hair look good. Over time, the ends tend to crack and curl. Trimming damaged hair helps your hair look better and grow healthier.
Start to grow hair
This gentleman decided to grow his hair starting about 5 inches long. Andrew Lyce cuts the original hair on the sides and back. Start with long hair on the crown. If you grow short hair, start with the short sides and back. The hair growth on the crown takes longer, while the sides and back can quickly start mullet. If this is what you are going to, cool. If you want to achieve long hair all over, first grow long hair at the crown. When the hair at the top is about 4 inches long, it’s time to start growing on the sides. There are many great medium and long haircuts available to help you get through this phase of hair growth. Six months of hair regrowth – after 6 months, so about 3 inches more.
On average, hair grows about half an inch a month, for a total of 6 ″ per year. This means that, starting with a sharp buzz, it may take a whole year to reach the ears, and even more if a person sways in his chin and years to his shoulders. This is why it is so important to take care of your hair while it grows. Short hair always looks healthy, because it is of the latest growth and is not damaged by the sun and styling. The ends of long hair stuck out a couple of years. To make them look great, it’s all about conditioning and regular pruning so that the ends look great and keep fit. Many hair professionals recommend skipping shampoo altogether. Although this is not always possible for guys who become noticeably greasy after a day or two, you can reduce hair washing. First come back in a day. Then look Does shampoo tolerate hair only once or twice a week. If the roots become oily, you can use dry shampoo to soak up the oil and add texture and volume to the roots at the same time. This is a great hair product for medium to long men that needs to be quickly refreshed.
Add air conditioning
Conditioner is necessary for longer hair. No need to stick with men’s brands. Find the right model for your hair type and try. A general rule for washing your hair is to keep the shampoo on your scalp and conditioner at your tips. This is a difficult task in the early stages of hair growth, so start conditioning when the hair is long enough. You want the shampoo to remove oils for the scalp, but not dry the rest of the hair, while the conditioner can aggravate the hair on the roots. The teenage years may be behind, but the awkward phases are not entirely a thing of the past. Anyone who has ever grown a buzz knows that there are phases in which hair sticks out straight. While you can minimize this with longer upper cuts, there will be times when the hair will not fully interact. The only way out is this, just keep growing and it will settle. Contact your hairdresser or stylist if you have any problems with hair styling. Finishing, a new product or style can help. Most lipsticks, waxes, pastes are designed for styling short hair. They have a sufficient degree of adhesion and often need daily washing. For medium and long hair, lighter products are required that hold and shape the hair without weighing it down. Once you have switched to large volumes, look for creams, serums or conditioners to care for longer hair. pastes are designed for styling short hair. They have a sufficient degree of adhesion and often need daily washing. For medium and long hair, lighter products are required that hold and shape the hair without weighing it down. Once you have switched to large volumes, look for creams, serums or conditioners to care for longer hair. pastes are designed for styling short hair. They have a sufficient degree of adhesion and often need daily washing. For medium and long hair, lighter products are required that hold and shape the hair without weighing it down. Once you have switched to large volumes, look for creams, serums or conditioners to care for longer hair.