UFC Star Brian Ortega Shaves Off Luscious Hair For Korean Zombie Fight

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We Asked an Expert About Home Remedies for Hair Growth and Thickness

When faced with hair loss or thinning hair, there are tons of home remedies for hair regrowth and thickness out there. The good news: Unless you’re already bald, there’s a lot you can do from home to regrow any recently lost hair. Recessed hair cannot be restored without transplanting it. However, your at-home efforts can significantly slow recession and crown hair loss, all without breaking the bank, too.

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It’s never too early to start a hair-loss regimen, either. That’s because a preventative approach can often be the best strategy, as opposed to being too late and wishing your hairline was what it once was. (Again, you can address that with a hair transplant, but that’s a severe, last-resort step for many men.)

Before you get started, the best thing to do is to talk with your dermatologist, who will consider your age, growth/loss patterns, health risks, and more.

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We reached out to Dr. James Collyer, M.D. and board-certified dermatologist at Modern Dermatology in Seattle, WA. We asked him to comment on at-home remedies for hair growth and thickness. Here are the measures you might consider, along with a few product recommendations.

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The Essentials: Home Remedies for Hair Growth and Thickness

Minoxidil

What Is Minoxidil?

Minoxidil is a topical liquid or foam, applied once or twice daily to the scalp. It opens blood vessels and improves blood flow (and thus, nutrient delivery) to the hair follicles. This strengthens the hairs and can even stimulate regrowth in the weakened follicles that are dormant but not growing. (Any dead follicles will not regrow hair.) It is most efficient at stalling the thinning of hair on the crown of the head. Generic minoxidil was, until recently, better known as Rogaine, until the brand’s patent expired and allowed other brands to sell the remedy. It’s available without a prescription, though a dermatologist can advise you on whether a 2% or 5% dose is right for you.

What the Experts Say:

“When using 5% [dose]. try to apply to the scalp at least one hour prior to bedtime to ensure maximum absorption and decrease the risk of medication ending up on your pillowcase and face,” says Collyer. “It will take four to six months of treatment to see improvement. If minoxidil is stopped, the effects of the drug wear off within three months and the previous pattern of hair loss resumes. You will lose the hair you kept by using the minoxidil.”

Roman, Hims, and Keeps all offer minoxidil, mailed quarterly to your home. They require digital approval from one of their board-certified dermatologists, and tend to cost around $ 100 for a 3-month supply.

Finasteride

What Is Finasteride?

A once-daily, 1mg finasteride prescription will regulate hormones (namely enzyme production). This in turn limits the production of the hormonal byproduct dihydrotestosterone, or DHT. DHT is what weakens and chokes your follicles, so by inhibiting it, finasteride, formerly known as Propecia, reduces hair fall and even allows the regrowth of recently compromised follicles. (Again, like minoxidil, it can only help restore growth to dormant follicles.) Finasteride works to restrict hair recession. Typically, finasteride in larger doses (5mg) is used to treat enlarged prostates and can have other side effects, which is why its use (even in micro daily doses) needs to be closely monitored by a dermatologist.

What the Experts Say:

“This medicine usually does not cause any serious side effects but may cause decreased sex drive and reduce amount of semen released during sexual intercourse,” Collyer says.

Roman, Hims, and Keeps again all offer prescriptions, mailed quarterly to your home. They require digital appointments with one of their board-certified dermatologists, and tend to cost around $ 75 for a 3-month supply.

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DHT-Blocking Shampoo

What Is DHT-Blocking Shampoo?

A shampoo packed with ingredients that also inhibit the production of the hair-thinning hormonal byproduct dihydrotestosterone (DHT). You can ignore the claims of any that solely tout vitamin-rich formulas. Yes, you want vitamins and nutrients in your shampoo, but you can also ingest those vitamins in your diet or as daily vitamin supplements. Instead, look for two core ingredients: ketoconazole and saw palmetto.

Ketoconazole is an active ingredient also found in many dandruff shampoos (since it also counters fungal growth). Both ketoconazole and saw palmetto can further inhibit DHT production, similar to finasteride, and using a DHT-inhibiting shampoo during the week can be a great supplement to your hair-retention plan. However, it’s by no means going to have the same effect as the aforementioned drugs, and should not be your standalone solution if you expect serious results. Lastly, most OTC ketoconazole washes use a 1% blend of the ingredient to counter dandruff and fungus. You can use this as a good habit, but a prescription-strength 2% is more commonly used for severe hair thinning, and must be obtained from a dermatologist.

What the Experts Say:

“These may possibly help thicken hair,” Collyer says. “Some shampoo formulations actually contain minoxidil, too.”

Hims Saw Palmetto DHT-Blocking Shampoo [$ 19; forhims.com], Nizoral 1% Ketoconazole Shampoo [$ 15; amazon.com]

Hair-Thickening Shampoo and Conditioner

What Is Hair-Thickening Shampoo and Conditioner?

Simply put, hair-thickening shampoos and conditioners plump extra moisture and proteins into the hairs to give them a temporary fullness, helping to reduce the space between each strand. They’re great for daily use, in that they give an overall illusion of fuller, denser hair by thickening each individual strand. If you want to use a DHT-blocking shampoo, followed by (but not at the same time as) a thickening conditioner, then you can enjoy the benefits of both.

What the Experts Say:

“Protein-based shampoos will also infuse the strands of hair with panthenol,” says Greg Ruggeri of Ruggeri Salon in New York City. “This will help to plump out each strand of hair to give additional volume, while the protein will temporarily strengthen the outer layer of the hair. Additional ingredients will be added to give moisturizing effects as well as attractive scents, but it is the protein and the panthenol that gives the illusion of thickness.”

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[$ 26, shampoo; amazon.com] [$ 31, conditioner; amazon.com]

Super Supplements

What Are Super Supplements?

There are hundreds of different supplements out there touting hair-strengthening benefits, but only a couple of them really take it to the next level by packing every possible ingredient into a little pill, all targeted at the hair. Some claim to regulate DHT levels, decrease inflammation and follicle/root damage, boost nutrient delivery, and with all of these steps combined, promise to grow thicker, stronger hair—and to even help some dormant follicles regrow their hairs. If you go this route, you will probably see a couple brands, including Viviscal and Nutrafol.

What the Experts Say:

Collyer especially likes Viviscal: “Many clinical trials show an increase in the number of hairs and the diameter of hairs, and a decrease in hair shedding after six months of use,” he says. “It contains a proprietary marine complex containing shark cartilage available as a byproduct of the fishing industry from non-endangered species. Take twice a day for six months to see improvement. If stopped, the effects wear off within three to six months.”

Nutrafol 1-Month Hair Super Supplement [$ 88; amazon.com], Viviscal Men’s Hair Supplements [$ 45; ulta.com]

Biotin + Saw Palmetto + Daily Multivitamins

What Is It?

Biotin (Vitamin B7) is known to speed up hair growth (and nail growth). In fact, the entire range of B-complex vitamins can work wonders for the hair, in that they help numerous body systems—all of which end up reflecting themselves in your skin and hair health. But biotin gets the most attention for its direct impact on hair growth. And as previously mentioned, saw palmetto works to inhibit DHT production, which can help prevent hair follicle suffocation. It’s also often found in DHT-blocking shampoos. Lastly, numerous other vitamins are beneficial to hair growth, similar to the universal benefits of the B-complex range. For this reason, daily multivitamins are often recommended by dermatologists in order to promote healthy skin and hair.

What the Experts Say:

Collyer notes that many studies around saw palmetto and biotin are inconclusive in proving that they fortify hair growth. That’s not saying they don’t ultimately benefit the hair in the end. It just isn’t a standalone way to get results. “If you want to try biotin supplementation, take 1-3mg daily,” he says.

Low-Level Laser Therapy

What Is Low-Level Laser Therapy?

Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) is usually sold as cap- or comb-like devices that help stimulate blood circulation and regrowth in dormant follicles. It’s said to thicken existing hairs.

What the Experts Say:

“Hairmax Laser Comb is the only at-home laser treatment for hair loss to have received clearance to market by the FDA,” notes Collyer.

Hairmax Ultima 9 Classic Laser Comb [$ 199; amazon.com]

Prioritize Omega 3s and Other Protein-Rich Healthy Fats

What Are Omega 3s?

If you’re able to prioritize a diet in protein-rich healthy fats, as well as omega 3 fatty acids, then do so. As for omega 3s, this can include whole eggs, fatty fish like salmon and trout, plus chia seeds. As for protein-rich options, look to cheese, eggs, fish, and nuts.

What the Experts Say:

“If you can get your nutrients from your food instead of a vitamin, then it’s far preferred, since your body doesn’t need all of the excess vitamins and minerals,” Collyer says. “So, for hair health, focus on your omega 3s, which can nourish hair follicles.”

Healthy Habits + Lifestyle

What Is It?

Having a healthy lifestyle reflects itself in your hair (just as it does your skin). If you get around eight hours of sleep each night, stay hydrated, cut back on processed and sugary foods, limit alcohol and caffeine intake, cut out smoking and drug use, and ingest necessary vitamins and minerals, you should notice a difference in your hair health, but it may take some time.

What the Experts Say:

Collyer notes a few other bad habits that can compromise hair health: “Don’t pull your hair into tight ponytails or man buns. The tension can cause hair loss (tractional alopecia). Using too much heat or harsh chemicals (e.g. relaxers and blow dryers) can cause hair loss. Lastly, certain medications (like statins, antidepressants, anti-anxiety agents, and anti-hypertensive medications) or hormones (like thyroid replacement drugs) can cause hair loss and disrupt or interfere with the normal cycle of hair growth, causing hair to go into a resting phase and fall out prematurely.”

And, if you’re using a blow dryer on your hair, it’s important to remember a few key things. “When using a dryer, always start from the lowest setting, never use the hottest setting,” Ruggeri says. “This is used more commonly for hair past the shoulders that needs a little more heat in helping with the drying process. The hotter the setting and the closer the dryer is to the hair, the more damage you can create.”

A Scalp Massage

What Is It?

In theory, a daily scalp massage could help stimulate circulation and help deliver more nutrients to the hair follicles. If your hair is strong, this also won’t trigger any additional hair fall.

What the Experts Say:

Not much, really. Collyer was skeptical about this being a solution to any problems. There’s no doubt that a scalp massage would help, but we’re talking trace levels, inconsequential by comparison to everything else here.

DIY Hair Mask

What Is a Hair Mask?

As an all-natural home remedy, you can mix an egg with a tablespoon of olive oil and a half-cup of water, or double it if you need to. The idea here is that the lecithin and protein in the eggs will nourish the scalp and stimulate growth in weakened or dormant follicles. It can be messy, and it’s a lot of work for a one-off solution.

What the Experts Say:

“You can do this mask, sure,” Collyer says. “But if you want to avoid the mess you can also just use the minoxidil since it doesn’t have many side effects in men.”

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Best Hair Clippers for Men in 2020

If there’s one thing the past few months have given us, it’s new appreciation for barbers and hairstylists. Of course, it’s also taught us that any man can master his mane at home—particularly if he’s armed with one of the best hair clippers for men.

Feeling a little uncertain? Try warming up by watching some YouTube tutorials on at-home clipping from Wahl and other tool brands, suggests Jami Svay, celebrity men’s groomer and owner of Idolize Spa in Huntersville, NC. 

“Even professionals watch videos,” she says. “Especially if you’re a rookie, it will give you confidence.” Other musts include good lighting, multiple mirrors so you can see different angles, and most of all, patience. “Rushing leads to regrets,” says Svay.

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As with most things in life, the right tools are also essential. A lesser trimmer might jam or compromise precision, while a superior clipper may actually compensate for your lack of formal training. 

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Whether you’re planning on shaving your head, just taking a little off the neck, or carving a sharp line up on the side, this roundup of our favorite 15 hair clippers will help you decide on the right one for you.

1. Best Lightweight Clipper: Andis UltraEdge BGRC Detachable Blade Clipper #63700

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Big, bulky clippers can be hard to maneuver, so luckily this one is on the slim side, claiming to be 20% lighter, 10% smaller, and 15% faster than traditional versions. Whatever the numbers, you’ll feel the ease in your wrist when you swipe the hair away without hesitation. The detachable ceramic blades ensure a smooth finish and the removable cord won’t trip you up.

[$ 140; barberdepots.com]

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2. Best Pro Tool: Wahl Professional 5-Star Series Lithium-Ion Cord/Cordless Detailer

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If you’re fanatical about precision, you’ll want the clipper favored by professionals, and this Wahl is your best bet. The T-shaped blade keeps the details in check for both your hairline and your beard. In addition to chargers, this heavy-duty, old-school tool comes with plenty of extras, such as a pre-shave brush, styling comb, oil, cleaning brush, and a blade guard.

[$ 90; amazon.com]

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3. Best Bargain: Braun MGK3245 7-in-1 Men’s Rechargeable Wet & Dry Electric Shaver & Trimmer 

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When haircut day falls on beard buzzing week, why not take it all down with a single device? Easy to store, this multi-talented tool can sculpt your shave and crop your coif with the mere switch of an attachment and 13 length settings. German precision and reliability combines with Braun’s lifetime sharp blades and 80 minutes of battery life with each charge. 

[$ 30; target.com]

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4. Best Multitasker: Philips Norelco MG7750/49 Multigroom Series 7000 Hair Clippers

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The Macgyver of hair tools, this clipper is kind of good at everything. From head to beard and body, you’ll gain a professional trim on all of your overgrown areas with 23 helpful attachments and pieces. Equipped with sharp blades, a steel drive train, and unbendable cutting guards reinforced with fiberglass, this handy trimmer might even be able to mow your lawn in a pinch.

[$ 60; amazon.com]

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5. Best Travel Clipper: Wahl Professional Peanut Classic Clipper/Trimmer #8685

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Measuring just 4 inches long and weighing in at a mere 4 ounces, you won’t have to think twice about packing this aptly named clipper on your next adventure. It’s a top seller because this featherweight tool is simple to use, yet versatile, since you can trim your hair as well as your beard with it. The mini shape that fits easily in your hand will help you grip without a slip.

[$ 77; amazon.com]

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6. Best Limited-Edition Trimmer: Oster 76059-226-000 Driftwood Limited Edition T-finisher Hair Trimmer

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Shop around for a clipper and they all start to look the same after a while. Not so much with this limited-edition Oster trimmer designed to resemble driftwood. Although it may look like something your grandpa whittled on his porch, the quiet pivot motor and T-blade edge help keep this tool feeling just right for the modern guy.

[$ 55; walmart.com]

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7. Best Trimmer for Multiple Hair Textures: Eunon At Home Cordless Hair Clipper 

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Whether your hair is curly, fine, or thick, this cordless trimmer can adjust to whatever follicles you throw in its path with four distinct intensity modes that adjusts to your hair type. With or without a cord, you can also take this trimmer on the road, thanks to a dual voltage design as well as a ridiculously long battery life of 240 minutes.

[$ 40; amazon.com]

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8. Best Clippers for Long Battery Life & More: Bevel Trimmer + T-Blade

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Handsome by design and substantial in the palm, the Bevel Trimmer is also a sharp shaver for lineups, fades, and more. Cordless, it provides 8 hours of power while the T-Blade attachment offers control that can help even a novice cut his hair at home. And the unique beveled exterior shape makes this simple tool feel like a work of modern art.

[$ 220; getbevel.com]

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9. Best Trimmer for Thick Hair: Hatteker Hair Clippers for Men Cordless Hair Trimmer 

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A thick and lush mane may sound like a dream for some guys, but in reality, those who are constantly tending to their bushy thatch know it can be a bit of a nuisance. Enter this Hatteker clipper kit that comes with a thinning comb in addition to the six guides, plus a clean brush to swipe your bulk away and a storage bag to wrap it all up. The adjustment wheel on the handle makes changing your length a single seamless motion.

[$ 42; amazon.com]

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10. Best Tool for Bald Guys: Wahl Professional 5 Star Balding Clipper

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If your current hair style channels Dwayne Johnson, you know that it’s not easy getting that perfectly smooth chrome dome with a typical clipper. Before you resort to the perils of shaving your head with a regular razor, check out this clipper that gives you a “surgically close cut,” thanks to a specialized electromagnetic motor that’s built for speed and precision.

[$ 60; wahlpro.com]

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11. Best Easy-to-Maneuver Trimmer: Mangroomer Ultimate Pro Self-Haircut Kit

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A controlled grip is essential for a precise cut, and this ergonomically advanced trimmer puts that power right in the palm of your hand. Small in size but mighty in ability, the rubberized trimmer fits in your mitt and in the hard-to-reach places some trimmers can’t. Around the ears? A little off the back? No problem. Nine guide combs, a corded or cordless option, plus an extra wide blade makes it all easy.

[$ 35; amazon.com]

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12. Best All-Inclusive Trimmer: ConairMAN 3-in-1 Chrome Haircut Kit

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Want to know the secret to making your thinning hair look thicker? Cut it shorter so it appears denser. Want to know the secret to keeping nose hair in check? Trim it at least every two weeks with the attachment in this chrome kit. With everything from a hair trimmer to 10 guide combs to ear combs to a nose hair trimmer to a cape and carrying kit, you’ll feel like a seasoned grooming professional in your own home.

[$ 48; amazon.com]

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13. Best Old-School Clipper: Oster Model 10 Heavy Duty Detachable Blade Clipper with #000 Blade

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Fellas who long for the days of barbershops and Brylcreem will appreciate the retro vibe of this old-fashioned Oster clipper. It doesn’t come with a lot of complicated attachments or high-tech digital options. It does, however, have the durability and reliability of a classic car, though it is decidedly more compact.

[$ 170; amazon.com]

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14. Best Heavy-Duty Trimmer: Remington HC5855 Virtually Indestructible Haircut Kit & Beard Trimmer

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If you are already familiar with the phenomenon of dropping a trimmer each time you hit an awkward angle, consider this polycarbonate cased clipper your salvation. No more plastic pieces that fall apart when they hit the ground. Best of all, inside this tough exterior lies a powerful engine and a precise blade system that won’t pull, snag, or get misaligned.

[$ 40; remingtonproducts.com]

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15. Best High-End Clipper: Andis Professional Cordless Lithium Ion Master Clipper

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For those who appreciate the finer things in life, consider this cordless model. This luxe Andis trimmer’s aluminum body is sturdy, yet sophisticated, like a great race car, powered by a rotary motor with a carbon-steel blade that runs at speeds over 7,200 SPM. The result is a smooth cut with no dragging.

[$ 225; barberandsupply.com]

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Tiffany Haddish Cuts Off All Her Hair in Quarantine

Tiffany Haddish is sporting a new look, she just chopped off all her hair, and in true Tiff fashion … made quite the performance out of it. The actress and comedian streamed her DIY haircut Tuesday, much to the shock of her followers and some…

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Best Men’s Hair Products to Try This Summer

If you haven’t buzzed your hair off this summer, then you’re probably looking for the best lightweight hair styling creams, sprays, and more for your new cut. The best men’s hair products won’t melt down onto your face, but they should let you still run your fingers through your ‘do. The group below offers a range of results depending on your hair type and needs. We picked a favorite in each field, from styling cream to pomade and dry shampoo, to make the purchase as easy as can be this summer.


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Best for Light Hold and Taming Strays: Styling Cream

Cream is the quintessential lightweight styler, in that it has a barely-there feel but still helps you style your hair. It allows you to comb or coach your hair into whichever resting place you prefer, or to define curls and natural texture. And, while it’ll still blow in the wind, cream is cooperative and allows the hair to settle back into place. It’s also good for a light dusting over strays. It can even double as a beard tamer. Church California’s is packed with sea- and land-sourced plants, which nourish the hair while maintaining effortless, lightweight control.

Try: Church California cream pomade (pictured above) [$ 30; churchcalifornia.com]

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Best for Touchable Texture: Salt Spray

Salt spray replicates the “surfer” texture you get after a swim in the ocean. (You know the feeling, where your hair is perfect and effortless no matter which way it settles.) Salt spray is terrific for light hold on its own, or as a last-step finishing touch following a cream. It can deliver choppy waves to short styles, or definition to curls and longer lengths. The best ones, like Fellow Barber’s, also nourish hair with ingredients like algae, which is rich in minerals.

Try: Fellow Barber mineral spray [$ 28; fellowbarber.com]

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Best for Curl Hydration and Definition: Leave-in Conditioner

Guys with naturally curly hair will often rely on balms to preserve hydration levels and maintain control over their style. A lighter option is a leave-in conditioner. It borders on being a hair cream, but it’s ultra lightweight and its key purpose is the nourishing and hydrating that helps curls look their best. Longer styles may demand a little balm to follow, but a nutrient-dense leave-in conditioner like Scotch Porter’s will handle the brunt of the taming. It also strengthens hair and works well as an overnight conditioner, for especially dry or damaged hair.

Try: Scotch Porter leave-in hair conditioner [$ 12; scotchporter.com]

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Best for High Hold and Texturized Volume: Dry Shampoo Wax

If what you want is high volume, choppy texture, and a matte finish, there is really just one summer-ready product that fits this bill: Hanz de Fuko’s innovative Quicksand. It’s a curious combination of gritty granules (diatomaceous earth) and hair wax, and it soaks up excess oil at the base of each hair shaft, while also delivering unparalleled texture and volume. Unlike other waxes, it wears lighter, and works well with styles between 1-3 inches. It’s especially great for that second or third day between shampoos, when the hair is lifeless and needs some bounce, but you aren’t ready to fully wash the strands just yet.

Try: Hanz de Fuko ‘Quicksand’ dry shampoo + styling wax [$ 23; amazon.com]

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Best for a Medium Hold Style: Hair Paste

Hair paste is perhaps the most utilitarian product you can own. While it works best applied to towel-dried hair (to provide medium hold and light shine), it also works well for touch-ups and quick, glossy texture upon dry application. However, if you want to style your hair in any specific direction or straighten out some curls, simply comb it through damp hair and let it dry. Then, as it does, break it apart with your fingers to create texture and definition, or dismantle it entirely (without disrupting the direction you combed it) for a medium hold at the roots, while the strands themselves flow a bit more freely. You can blow dry it to maximize the hold, for a buttoned-up look that isn’t as polished as pomade. Oribe’s paste is ahead of the pack, and allows you to re-work the style throughout the day, with a splash of water and your fingertips (or a comb). You’ll be able to run your hands through the finished look, without compromising your intended result.

Try: Oribe molding paste [$ 39; nordstrom.com]

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Best for Definition and Some Shine: Hair Oil

If you want to add shine to any other product, or if you just need a nourishing and frizz-fighting coat over each strand, then hair oil is your pick. Simply apply a few drops of oil to your palms and distribute evenly. Most of them use one or many oils that also neutralize the scalp and prevent bacteria, while delivering hair-strengthening nourishment to the hairs and follicles. And worry not, because they won’t give you an oily finish, so long as you only use a couple drops (or 3-4 in longer styles). You can even mix the oil into your paste or cream if you want to add a pinch of shine and light-catching definition. BluMaan’s vial is great in that it’s twice the size of most options, and it combines oils of sesame, sunflower, coconut, and olive to tame hair and restore or preserve healthy hydration levels.

Try: BluMaan hair oil [$ 24; amazon.com]

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Spurs’ Walker cuts hair, feels freed of painful past

In an Instagram post on Thursday, Spurs guard Lonnie Walker IV said that when he cut off his signature mass of hair this week he was attempting to free himself from painful memories of being sexually abused as a child.
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Sunken Place Soldier Candace Owens Forgets Her Hair Is 4C, Calls Black People “Chimpanzees” For Riots

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Sunken place ambassador Candace Owens is giving us the opinion that no one asked for.

According to published reports, on Thursday (May 28) Candace Owens took to YouTube to live stream and discuss the current events going on across the country involving Black America’s reaction to there continued police brutality that has plagued the country for decades.

During the live, Owens calls out Black America for celebrating NBA superstar LeBron James, who she mistakenly calls a “football player”, and shunning notable contributors like Dr. Ben Carson and Condoleeza Rice for their educational status and economic point of view.

“To be Black, you need to celebrate LeBron James. You’ve got to say that you want to be a football star, right? LeBron James the greatest, right,” Owens said. “When you see someone like Dr. Ben Carson, Dr. Condoleezza Rice, you call that person a coon, because they betrayed you. Do you want to know why? Because they’re talking about economics. They graduated, and they’ve got tons of degrees. They’re not being Black enough. Don’t listen to them. Listen to LeBron James, when he throws on the Beto cap and tells you that we’re literally being hunted down, right? Because he’s not educated, right? Celebrate that.”

As if her ideology couldn’t get any worse, Owens then proceeds to call protestors “trained chimpanzee” for being upset about the social injustices.

“That’s how you have to be Black”? Listen to your psychological conditioning,” Owens continued. “If to be Black, you can’t speak in proper English, or you’re “acting white.” Right? To be Black, you instantly have to jump up like a fucking trained chimpanzee – excuse my language – like a trained chimpanzee every single time the media runs a story, and act angry, and riot, and talk about how pained you were to see this happen to Black people, but keep your mouth shut, right, when it happens Black-on-Black because if you talk about the Black-on-Black crime, you’re a race traitor, right?”

Owen’s reaction towards Black protestors, much like those of the bigots she represents, is a stark contrast to her reaction towards the white-armed Militia who stormed the capitol building in Michigan over stay at home order to prevent the spread of Coronavirus. Not only did Owen’s sympathize with the white protestors, but her Twitter account was suspended for encouraging the militia to get violent.

“Apparently @GovWhitmer believes she is a duly elected dictator of a socialist country. The people of Michigan need to stand up to her. Open your businesses. Go to work,” she tweeted. “The police think she’s crazy too. They are not going to arrest 10,000,000 people for going to work.”

In addition to calling protestors “Chimpanzees”, Owens falls deeper into the sunken abyss compare the systematic oppression that African Americans face in America to the Scottish separation from England in the 17th century.

“Scottish people were severely behind the English people, just in terms of everything. And David Hume inspired and uplifted and challenged the Scottish people by saying if we want to get ahead, we have to learn English,” Owens said. “In a matter of years, in a matter of decades, the Scottish people passed the English people in engineering, and in the sciences. And it’s because they challenged themselves to be better, and not to be worse. They didn’t pretend that somehow having a broken language, having broken-down families was a symbol of who we are. And that is so unique to Black America. I won’t subscribe to it. People say that’s how you have to be Black.”

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A Barber’s Guide to Cutting Your Own Hair at Home

Whether you’re bored at home or strapped for cash, cutting your own hair can be tempting. Desperate times call for desperate measures, right? But put those Fiskars scissors down, sir, and take pause. Unless you’re going for a full, uniform buzz cut, then we highly advise against cutting your own hair into something stylish. Remember bowl cuts? That’s exactly what happens when people are left to their own devices.

Yes, you can strategically snip it here and there to keep everything trim—and we’re going to offer you tips for exactly that—but please don’t undermine the professionals. They went to school for years and have shaped up tens of thousands of domes. Plus, how can anyone expect to fade the back of their own head, much less draw clean lines using a handheld mirror? The degree of difficulty is far too much.


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Instead, follow these tips for taming your mop to the best of your abilities. The advice below comes from Raquel Fajardo, barber manager and education lead at Fellow Barber in NYC.

And, by the way: If you love your barber or stylist, you should consider reaching out and sending them a digital cash tip right now. Most of them are hurting for gigs while this quarantine keeps everyone sidelined. Many shops have barber relief funds too—like Fellow Barber’s GoFundMe, where Fajardo, our expert source in this article, is employed.

1. Stock Your Hair-Trimming Toolbox

You’ll need specific products for any and all DIY hair trimmings. First of all, a dedicated hair clipper (not a beard trimmer). Fajardo likes Wahl’s cordless hair clipper best.

Secondly, hair-specific scissors, plus a comb, and handheld mirror. (A three-way mirror in your medicine cabinet works great for the same reasons—seeing the back of your head.) Lastly, longer styles will require a hair brush, too.

2. If You’re Gonna Buzz, Keep It Uniform—and Ditch the Beard Trimmer

Again, no fading, no blending, no tricks here. Just pick the length of hair you want, and buzz it to a uniform clip all around. What’s a good length though? That’s up to you to decide, and Fajardo suggests starting at a higher clip on your first attempt, and working your way down until you’re satisfied. “It will save you from having to cut off hair you actually like in order to save a dramatic mistake.

She says most of the buzzes that work will end up in the 1.5-2 range on the hair clipper guard. (1.5 on thicker, darker hair, and 2 on finer, light colored hair.) She says to do it once a week. “If the sides still feel a little bulky with your level 2 on the top, use your 1.5 on the sides, first with the clipper lever open.” This generates slightly longer hair. If it’s still too bulky, then close the lever to get an accurate 1.5. You should find a desired result between these steps.


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Most of us have beard trimmers at home, but you’re going to need to upgrade to a regular hair clipper, says Farjardo. They’re stronger, and can cut through your hair easily, whereas beard trimmers typically employ less power. “A beard trimmer will give you a choppy, uneven effect,” she adds. “It’s made for smaller areas and will take forever to get an even look.”

3. How to Avoid Bulk on Short Styles as They Grow

If you’re starting with a short style and growing things from there, then Fajardo says you can still stick with a full clipper buzz on this one—just pick a size 1 full level higher than usual. (A 1.5 becomes a 2.5, for example.) This should take out the bulk and roundedness, she says. But here’s another variation from the buzz cut: “Instead of going up the head shape (against the grain), go down with the clipper to take off minimal length,” she says. “It will take the least amount of hair while changing the shape from round to square. This will help keep any mushroom-ing at bay.”

Because your entire hair line is exposed with a short style (we’re talking the entire perimeter, not just what’s at the brow), you need to keep the edges cleaned up. Don’t draw any hard lines with the bare trimmer, she advises (unless you’ve got a roommate or partner with a steady hand). Otherwise, shave anything bare (particularly on the back of the neck) but be careful as you approach the place where the neckline would be. You can switch over to whichever length the rest of the hair is, and buzz it just the same here. It’ll avoid any hard contrasts, and shouldn’t look jarring as everything grows out.

4. How to Avoid Bulk on Medium Styles as They Grow

Once your hair starts growing, it’s really easy to understand the barber’s importance: It’s their job to artfully texturize and layer the hair so it sits properly and continues to grow in a flattering manner. Without this, you get a moppy, floppy mess. It poofs, it frizzes, it has no flow. But if you’re averse to buzzing it, what can you do to make things more—tolerable?

Here are Farjardo’s tips for snipping away at the mass:

To start, employ a little comb-and-shear action around the sideburns to help you feel more in control.
Comb all of your hair forward, outside your hairline, toward the face. Then lightly trim the hairs that fall over the others.
Next, direct the side hair over the sideburns, toward the ears. Clean around lightly with scissors there, in the same fashion—only what sticks out over the hairline. This will define the facial/ear area, allowing longer hairs to flow back and eventually sit tight behind the ear, tucked away and organized. With a super conservative eye, clean up the outside of the hairline on the neck, too. This will help things feel tidy as well.

For this length, she suggests pairing a styling cream and paste together (to form a “super paste”). “A more malleable product like paste can help achieve some weight to keep hair together and flexible, then adding cream to it makes the hair just relax and chill back with controlled moisture.”

We like: Fellow’s paste and cream.


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5. How to Clean Up Longer Styles—or How Not To

Let’s say your hair is already long enough to tuck behind the ears. If you can, avoid trimming it altogether for now, says Fajardo. Unless cleaning up the sideburn area will help feel more put-together. It’s often best to keep this sideburn hair trimmed low, especially if it grows out like a curly beard.

Instead of trimming, turn your focus to maintenance: “It’s super important to be brushing hair and exfoliating your scalp (with a brush), especially when hair is thick and hiding the scalp,” she says. “Brushing on dry hair prior to getting in the shower is optimal. This disrupts the layer of sebum, dirt, and other oils, and allows you to do a thorough hot-water rinse.” Altogether, this exfoliation and ritual stimulates follicles and promotes a healthy scalp, which both yield to thicker, fuller hair growth.

You can also spot-check the ends of your hairs for any splitting or fraying. Ideally, if you’ve been conditioning and brushing it regularly, you won’t be faced with this issue. If you do have split ends, though, you can neatly snip them (just above the split) with your hair scissors. Don’t snip any hairs that don’t require it. Follow with a conditioning, for good measure—even a leave-in conditioner or a hair oil would suffice.

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The Bachelor’s Amanda Stanton Defends Driving to a Different State to Get Her Hair Done

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Hair (1979) – Miloš Forman

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Hair (1979)

Miloš Forman

Genre: Musicals

Price: $ 4.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: March 14, 1979


The explosive musical about New York hippie culture in the shadow of the Vietnam War. America’s First Great Rock Musical is as relevant today as it was when it debuted on Broadway in 1967. Treat Williams, John Savage & Beverly D’Angelo star.

© © 1979 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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You Can’t Touch My Hair: And Other Things I Still Have to Explain (Unabridged) – Phoebe Robinson

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You Can’t Touch My Hair: And Other Things I Still Have to Explain (Unabridged)

Phoebe Robinson

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 4.99

Publish Date: October 4, 2016

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A Barber’s Guide to Cutting Your Own Hair at Home

Whether you’re bored at home or strapped for cash, cutting your own hair can be tempting. Desperate times call for desperate measures, right? But put those Fiskars scissors down, sir, and take pause. Unless you’re going for a full, uniform buzz cut, then we highly advise against cutting your own hair into something stylish. Remember bowl cuts? That’s exactly what happens when people are left to their own devices.

Yes, you can strategically snip it here and there to keep everything trim—and we’re going to offer you tips for exactly that—but please don’t undermine the professionals. They went to school for years and have shaped up tens of thousands of domes. Plus, how can anyone expect to fade the back of their own head, much less draw clean lines using a handheld mirror? The degree of difficulty is far too much.


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Instead, follow these tips for taming your mop to the best of your abilities. The advice below comes from Raquel Fajardo, barber manager and education lead at Fellow Barber in NYC.

And, by the way: If you love your barber or stylist, you should consider reaching out and sending them a digital cash tip right now. Most of them are hurting for gigs while this quarantine keeps everyone sidelined. Many shops have barber relief funds too—like Fellow Barber’s GoFundMe, where Fajardo, our expert source in this article, is employed.

1. Stock Your Hair-Trimming Toolbox

You’ll need specific products for any and all DIY hair trimmings. First of all, a dedicated hair clipper (not a beard trimmer). Fajardo likes Wahl’s cordless hair clipper best.

Secondly, hair-specific scissors, plus a comb, and handheld mirror. (A three-way mirror in your medicine cabinet works great for the same reasons—seeing the back of your head.) Lastly, longer styles will require a hair brush, too.

2. If You’re Gonna Buzz, Keep It Uniform—and Ditch the Beard Trimmer

Again, no fading, no blending, no tricks here. Just pick the length of hair you want, and buzz it to a uniform clip all around. What’s a good length though? That’s up to you to decide, and Fajardo suggests starting at a higher clip on your first attempt, and working your way down until you’re satisfied. “It will save you from having to cut off hair you actually like in order to save a dramatic mistake.

She says most of the buzzes that work will end up in the 1.5-2 range on the hair clipper guard. (1.5 on thicker, darker hair, and 2 on finer, light colored hair.) She says to do it once a week. “If the sides still feel a little bulky with your level 2 on the top, use your 1.5 on the sides, first with the clipper lever open.” This generates slightly longer hair. If it’s still too bulky, then close the lever to get an accurate 1.5. You should find a desired result between these steps.


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Most of us have beard trimmers at home, but you’re going to need to upgrade to a regular hair clipper, says Farjardo. They’re stronger, and can cut through your hair easily, whereas beard trimmers typically employ less power. “A beard trimmer will give you a choppy, uneven effect,” she adds. “It’s made for smaller areas and will take forever to get an even look.”

3. How to Avoid Bulk on Short Styles as They Grow

If you’re starting with a short style and growing things from there, then Fajardo says you can still stick with a full clipper buzz on this one—just pick a size 1 full level higher than usual. (A 1.5 becomes a 2.5, for example.) This should take out the bulk and roundedness, she says. But here’s another variation from the buzz cut: “Instead of going up the head shape (against the grain), go down with the clipper to take off minimal length,” she says. “It will take the least amount of hair while changing the shape from round to square. This will help keep any mushroom-ing at bay.”

Because your entire hair line is exposed with a short style (we’re talking the entire perimeter, not just what’s at the brow), you need to keep the edges cleaned up. Don’t draw any hard lines with the bare trimmer, she advises (unless you’ve got a roommate or partner with a steady hand). Otherwise, shave anything bare (particularly on the back of the neck) but be careful as you approach the place where the neckline would be. You can switch over to whichever length the rest of the hair is, and buzz it just the same here. It’ll avoid any hard contrasts, and shouldn’t look jarring as everything grows out.

4. How to Avoid Bulk on Medium Styles as They Grow

Once your hair starts growing, it’s really easy to understand the barber’s importance: It’s their job to artfully texturize and layer the hair so it sits properly and continues to grow in a flattering manner. Without this, you get a moppy, floppy mess. It poofs, it frizzes, it has no flow. But if you’re averse to buzzing it, what can you do to make things more—tolerable?

Here are Farjardo’s tips for snipping away at the mass:

To start, employ a little comb-and-shear action around the sideburns to help you feel more in control.
Comb all of your hair forward, outside your hairline, toward the face. Then lightly trim the hairs that fall over the others.
Next, direct the side hair over the sideburns, toward the ears. Clean around lightly with scissors there, in the same fashion—only what sticks out over the hairline. This will define the facial/ear area, allowing longer hairs to flow back and eventually sit tight behind the ear, tucked away and organized. With a super conservative eye, clean up the outside of the hairline on the neck, too. This will help things feel tidy as well.

For this length, she suggests pairing a styling cream and paste together (to form a “super paste”). “A more malleable product like paste can help achieve some weight to keep hair together and flexible, then adding cream to it makes the hair just relax and chill back with controlled moisture.”

We like: Fellow’s paste and cream.


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5. How to Clean Up Longer Styles—or How Not To

Let’s say your hair is already long enough to tuck behind the ears. If you can, avoid trimming it altogether for now, says Fajardo. Unless cleaning up the sideburn area will help feel more put-together. It’s often best to keep this sideburn hair trimmed low, especially if it grows out like a curly beard.

Instead of trimming, turn your focus to maintenance: “It’s super important to be brushing hair and exfoliating your scalp (with a brush), especially when hair is thick and hiding the scalp,” she says. “Brushing on dry hair prior to getting in the shower is optimal. This disrupts the layer of sebum, dirt, and other oils, and allows you to do a thorough hot-water rinse.” Altogether, this exfoliation and ritual stimulates follicles and promotes a healthy scalp, which both yield to thicker, fuller hair growth.

You can also spot-check the ends of your hairs for any splitting or fraying. Ideally, if you’ve been conditioning and brushing it regularly, you won’t be faced with this issue. If you do have split ends, though, you can neatly snip them (just above the split) with your hair scissors. Don’t snip any hairs that don’t require it. Follow with a conditioning, for good measure—even a leave-in conditioner or a hair oil would suffice.

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Ewan McGregor’s a Hair God. Here’s How to Ask Your Barber for His Haircut

Ewan McGregor can headline massive blockbusters like Star Wars and Doctor Sleep. But at his core, he’s an everyman who’s been earnestly open about his fallible past. It’s his relatability that makes him so fun to watch on the silver screen and root for in real life. But there’s one thing that catches people off guard when they meet the actor. Our contributing editor Mickey Rapkin, who wrote the cover story on Ewan McGregor, can attest to this: “He has insanely good hair. Like rip-your-eyes-out-with-jealousy hair.”


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Please don’t go to that extreme. While it’s true, McGregor has an incredibly thick mane—especially at 48—you can replicate the hairstyle seen on our November issue.

If you’re curious how to emulate the smooth, combed-back look, consider the following advice from Michael Pettett, senior barber at Fellow Barber in San Francisco.

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To achieve this style, your hair will need to be long enough to flop over without any product. Pettett posits that 4–6 inches of hair is the ideal range for most men. He also says that you’ll have the best results with straight, dense hair. “Ewan has densely packed hair, which gives him that very full, voluminous appeal,” he says. “His hair is also straight, which allows for a smoother look, since straight hairs like to lay gently next to one another.” (As opposed to textured styles, which create more bulk.)

Men with receding hairlines can easily sport this style, too. “If you look at recession lines, they generally point backward toward the crown of the head,” Pettett notes. “So by pulling your hair back in the same direction, you create an awesome flow that blends beautifully together.” In fact, it’s the guys with fuller hairlines who may have a problem with the style, since their hair may not flow back as seamlessly. “They may need a bit more product or blow dryer usage to encourage the hair,” Pettett says.

However, there’s a point at which men with thinning hair should consider a new style. “This kind of look can also accentuate balding in an unappealing manner,” Pettett says. “Once the recession lines reach farther back on the head, it’ll begin to reveal more balding than receding.”


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Length and Maintenance

Your hair grows approximately half an inch each month, Pettett says. So if you started from scratch with buzzed hair, you’d need about 10–12 months to get to this point. But you also want to wear a flattering style all the while, so Pettett suggests wearing something like a high and tight for the first few months: “My best advice is to grow the top out and keep the sides trimmed to a length that you’re most comfortable with until the length of hair on top of your head begins to catch up to the sides, where you can then grow them out together.”

And along the way, you could encounter a few awkward stages of growth. To avoid those, and more importantly, to ensure that this style grows out as intended, Pettet suggests getting routine haircuts—more like “hair trims”—every 7–8 weeks.


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How to Style the Look

Start with clean, towel-dried (damp) hair, Pettett says. Next, apply a mineral or salt spray to help texturize and lightly hold the hair. Then you’ll go in with a blow dryer. (Fellow Barber’s mineral spray is excellent for this. So is Gamma +’s ionic blow dryer, which will dry hair much faster but also much safer—without frying it.)

“Apply enough [spray] to coat the hair evenly and use your hands to thoroughly blend it throughout your hair,” he says. “After that, use your blow dryer on medium heat and velocity, so you can control the flow a bit easier. Begin drying all of the hair in a backwards motion to give the overall shape the direction you desire.” He also recommends using a light hair brush or wide-tooth comb to help coach the hair and make sure the air flow from the dryer is also reaching the roots.

When it’s all about 90 percent dry, gently tousle the topmost hairs at their roots, which will give you more lift and volume, says Pettett. Finish drying, then apply another product—something to provide more weight, texture, hold, and structure. You can use clay if you want a stronger hold with a fuller finish, or a paste for touchable texture and medium hold. On the other hand, you can also opt for a cream if you prefer a lighter hold and more natural movement.


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You can also comb this style to the side for a more classic “gentleman’s cut,” says Pettett. And, until it gets too long, you can also wear it forward for a more casual look, styled lightly with cream or paste. When it’s short enough to do that, it’s also cooperative enough to texturize (also with paste or clay) and wear tousled and up, like a “surfer’s cut.”

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11 Great Men’s Hair Loss Products at Every Price Point

Male-patterned baldness is nothing to be ashamed about—but it’s also nothing to ignore. If you attack hair loss at its first sign, you can stop baldness before it takes hold. Thinning hair happens to most of us in some form as we age. But only those who blow it off now will wake up one day and realize: “Oh no—I’m bald!” And once you cross the threshold and develop the dreaded “bald spot,” it’s extremely difficult to reverse your hair loss.

But it can be done. Scientific research on hair loss has ballooned over the last few decades, and what was once considered an unstoppable sign of aging is now a symptom that can be treated, if not cured. You just need to find the right hair loss product for you. And while the science is advanced these days, there’s still no miracle solution, no “magic bullet” to cure hair loss in everybody. Thus far, the only effective method way to find the hair loss product for you is to experiment until you find one that works.

What Causes Hair Loss?

Science has determined that the number one factor in hair loss and thinning hair is the production of dihydrotestosterone, or DHT. DHT is a hormone—an androgen that helps give us men our maleness. But as we age, DHT can cause our hair follicles to shrink, leading to hair loss.

It’s also been linked to prostate health. This is why many men who experience urinary issues are told by their doctors to take a saw palmetto supplement, an herbal DHT blocker. It can decrease the size of the prostate and improve urinary health. But it can also spur hair growth. You’ll find plenty of synthetic DHT blockers on the market and on our list. But if you prefer an all-natural hair loss solution, saw palmetto supplement is the way to go.

Propidren combines the natural benefits of saw palmetto with biotin-based DHT blockers, in a handy pill form that’s not too expensive. So you get the best of both worlds. With 90 percent of Amazon users giving it a perfect five-star rating, it was impossible for us not to pick it as our best overall hair loss product.

What are some of the other hair-loss products and treatments we recommend?

Amplixin Intensive Growth Serum—If you’re just noticing your hair beginning to thin, get on this train now and stop baldness before it takes hold;
Nutrafol—This all-around supplement contains not only DHT blockers but ingredients to improve your sleep and reduce stress, which aids in recovery and spurs hair growth;
DrFormulas HairOmega 3-in-1—This vitamin supplement contains a full spectrum of vitamin E (keratin) as well as DHT blockers;
Prime Beard—If you can’t fill in your scraggly beard, try this stuff, which promises to improve overall hair,s kin, and nail health.

Before you begin the process of trying hair-loss products until you find one that works for you, here’s something to keep in mind: Most if not all hair-loss products will stop working as soon as you stop using them. But once you find a product that seems to work—and you need to give it at least three months before you can expect results—you must use it, or you’ll lose it. Simply maintain a regimen—like brushing your teeth—and you should have a mane like Momoa in no time.

Best Overall

Propidren

With over 3,400 reviews and counting, fully 90 percent of Amazon users give Propidren a perfect rating of five stars. Men (and women!) of all ages and ethnicities swear it works. 

We simply can’t argue with results like that, so we chose Propidren as our Best Overall hair loss product.

With a blend of DHT-blocking biotin and saw palmetto extract, Propidren does far more than stimulate hair growth and health. It also improves urinary tract function by improving prostate health, a concern for many guys as we get older. 

PROS:

-Safe for both men and women.

-Just two tiny capsules per day.

CONS:

-We can’t find a single one, but not every product will work for everyone.

Get It: Pick up Propidren ($ 40 for 60 capsules) at Amazon

Amazon

Best Tried and True Solution

Rogaine Extra Strength Minoxidil

Call it the Viagra of hair-loss products. Formulated with 5 percent minoxidil, Rogaine was one of the first products of its kind on the market. It works to boost hair follicle activity and hair protein production, and is clinically proven to regrow up to 25 percent more hair.

We started using it in college—and can testify. A bunch of old friends who had more hair than we did back then have far less hair than we do now. For us, it really worked.

PROS:

-Unlike a lot of new products in the hair-loss game, Rogaine has decades of clinical study to support its effectiveness.

-Minoxidil reinvigorates shrunken hair follicles, which increases their size and helps regrow thicker looking hair over time.

CONS:

-A one-month supply isn’t enough to see results; you need this three-pack.

Get It: Pick up Rogaine Extra Strength Minoxidil ($ 46) at Amazon

Amazon

Best for Thinning Hair

Amplixin Intensive Growth Serum

If you’re just noticing your hair thinning up top, this stuff is your go-to for stopping balding in its tracks. The Biotin-infused formula has shown to help slow down the rate of hair loss in men with normal-to-thinning hair. 

It blocks DHT and invigorates hair growth with caffeine and herbal ingredients such as jojoba, red clover, saw palmetto, and sage.

PROS:

-Safe for men and women.

100 percent sulfate-, paraben-, and cruelty-free  

CONS:

-This product does expire, so use it as directed and keep an eye on that expiration date.

Get It: Pick up Amplixin Intensive Growth Serum ($ 24 with coupon) at Amazon

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Best for Men and Women

Ultrax Labs Hair Rush

With over 20 essential vitamins, minerals, and herb, Hair Rush will give your hair a boost from the inside out. It’s based on solubilized Keratin, and includes other nutrients to maximize your hair health. It also revitalizes and repairs your exisiting hair follicles.

Safe and effective for both men and women, you should take it for a minimum of 90 days before you see results.

PROS:

-Gets a 4.4-star rating from nearly 4K reviewers.

-Only two tiny tablets per day.

CONS:

-Not every product works for every user, but almost 90 percent of Amazon reviewers loved it.

Get It: Pick up Ultrax Labs Hair Rush ($ 57) at Amazon

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Best Multi-faceted Solution

Nutrafol

A physician-formulated, multi-targeted solution for hair health, it targets multiple key triggers that can compromise hair health, including stress and poor nutrition. Trusted by more than 1,500 physicians and stylists nationwide, Nutrafol can help improve your mood and sleep as well as spur hair, skin, and nail growth.  

It uses medical-grade, responsibly sourced, all-natural ingredients such as Ashwagandha, Curcumin, Saw Palmetto, Marine Collagen, and Biotin.

PROS:

-Saw Palmetto is great for prostate health.

-The perfect addition to your daily multi-vitamin supplement.

CONS:

-It’s rather pricy, but you get 120 capsules.

Get It: Pick up Nutrafol ($ 88) at Amazon

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Best Shampoo

Biotin Shampoo

This follicle revitalizing hair cleanser strengthens and fortifies weak and fragile hair strands. It’s enhanced with ten botanicals and is designed to help block DHT, improve scalp health, strengthen hair follicles, and promote hair growth. 

The sulfate-free formula is great for those with sensitive scalps. And it’s perfectly safe on color-treated hair.

PROS:

-Essential botanical oils fight dandruff and itchy scalp.

-83 percent of more than 1,500 reviewers give it four stars or better

CONS:

-Can dry hair if used daily; use every other day for best results.

Get It: Pick up Biotin Shampoo (starting at $ 10) at Amazon

Amazon

Best for Older Men

Havasu Nutrition Extra Strength Saw Palmetto

Saw palmetto has been proven to improve urinary tract function and prostate health. So if you’re having trouble going as you age, and you’re balding up top as well, a saw palmetto supplement can help fix both those issues in just one pill. 

Every batch is tested in a ANS state-of-the-art facility and is third-party tested to validate potency and integrity at an ISO-accredited lab.

PROS:

-86 percent of Amazon reviewers rate it four stars or better.

-Contains no preservatives, chemicals, artificial ingredients, sugars, or gluten.

CONS:

-Many reviewers claim they bought a second bottle immediately after buying the first.

Get It: Pick up Havasu Nutrition Saw Palmetto (starting at $ 19) at Amazon

Amazon

Best for Stimulating Follicles

HairGenics Propidren Topical Serum

Propidren is similar in application to minoxidil—you drop it straight on your scalp. It works directly at the source to block DHT; it also energizes the scalp and nourishes hair with Biotin and other growth agents to produce stronger, thicker hair.

This serum uses Saw Palmetto, essential to blocking 5-alpha-reductase, an enzyme that converts testosterone to DHT. It also contains numerous natural herbal extracts designed to make your existing hair healthier.

PROS:

-Pair it with supplements for best results.

-It works for about 90 percent of Amazon reviewers.

CONS:

-Drops on your head could affect your hair styling.

Get It: Pick up HairGenics Propidren Topical Serum ($ 40) at Amazon

Amazon

Best Hair Vitamins

DrFormulas HairOmega 3-in-1

HairOmega 3-in-1 provides your body with essential nutrients required to produce hair. The viamins and minerals here—niacin, B-complex, A, C, zinc, and more—will also help to improve circulation, which is vital to the growth up on your head. And it’s got DHT blockers, so there’s no need to buy an additional supplement for that.

With herbal ingredients like green tea extract and grape seed, it’s vegan-friendly. 

PROS:

-1,250 reviewers rate it 4.3 stars.

-Also great for skin and nail health.

CONS:

-Pills are vegetarian and not coated, so they may be difficult for some to swallow.

Get It: Pick up DrFormulas HairOmega 3-in-1 ($ 24) at Amazon

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Best for Growing Beards

Prime Beard

If your trying to grow a beard but can’t quite get the fullness or volume you’re after, try this supplement of 20 essential proteins, vitamins, minerals, and herbs.

While it’s marketed towards guys who want to grow beards, it will supply the nutrients you need for overall hair, skin, and nail growth.

PROS:

-4.4-star rating from well over 800 reviewers.

-Works on more than just facial hair.

CONS:

-You’re gonna need a new beard trimmer.

Get It: Pick up Prime Beard ($ 22) at Amazon

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Best Device or Gadget

iRestore Laser Hair Growth System

Don’t laugh; this is an FDA-cleared hair loss treatment for stimulating hair regrowth, and more users than not say it works for them. In fact, more than 1K Amazon reviewers rate this device four stars. 

And you’ve got nothing to lose. If you don’t see results in six months, send it back for a full refind (via the seller directly, as Amazon returns are only valid for 30 days). 

PROS:

-Totally hands-free, it’s lightweight, confortable, and easy to use.

-Can (and should) be used in conjunction with other hair loss products such as biotin, minoxidil, finasteride, etc.

CONS:

-Face it, you’ll look silly wearing it—but you don’t have to leave the house, so … 

Get It: Save $ 100 on the iRestore Laser Hair Growth System ($ 595; was $ 695) at Amazon

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The 7 Best Supplements for Healthier, Stronger, Fuller Hair

Most men are plagued by the same insecurity: hair loss. Some panic over thinning hair. Most fear a receding hair line. And pretty much all dread bald spots or just plain going bald. That’s where supplements come in.

You don’t even have to have male-pattern baldness to benefit from supplements. If you have a full mane, but notice hairs break easily, or are too dainty to build any volume or hold a style, there are drug-free remedies that thicken hair and prevent further fall.


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Just like there are herbal remedies to help you sleep and build body mass, there are solutions to thin or thinning hair. Here are some of the best supplements you can buy right now if you want healthier, stronger, fuller hair.

 

1. Nutrafol Core for Men

You could handle nearly all of your hair needs with Nutrafol, whether you want to make it stronger, thicker, fuller, or regrow strands before they’re gone forever. This is Nutrafol’s hero product, offering full-alphabet vitamin boosters, 100% of which are derived from natural sources. It builds resistance to stress, supports immune health, slows the conversion of testosterone into DHT (which is the byproduct that leads to hair loss), and is rich in collagen. All in, it promotes a healthy core, which is then reflected in your hair and skin. This is one of two supplements you’ll hear from dermatologists most often (the other being Viviscal). You can target specific hair issues with Nutrafol’s assortment, from DHT inhibition to stress mitigation and vitamin B + biotin boosters, or invest in this core supplement to accomplish everything at once.

[$ 88; amazon.com]

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2. Viviscal Man

Like Nutrafol, Viviscal is often recommended by dermatologists as a reliable, full-force supplement. It’s loaded with vitamin C, zinc, flaxseed and horsetail extracts (not literal horse tail; this is a kind of grass), as well as a marine complex, all of which prompt the body to grow thicker, fuller hair. It’s targeted in particular at guys with thinning hair who want to fortify everything that remains, but will suit any guy with any hair type. Just remember: No supplement is going to grow hair that never existed before, nor revive any follicle that has long since dried up.

[$ 40, 1-month supply;amazon.com]

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3. Hims Biotin Gummy Vitamin

Biotin is the much-talked-about B vitamin that makes your hair and nails grow faster and stronger. While you can often get biotin by taking a multivitamin, it’s not a bad idea to take it as a standalone supplement. Hims’ twice-daily vitamin gummies will help foster stronger, healthier strands. 

[$ 16; forhims.com]

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4. Collective Laboratories Activating Serum

Some supplements are topical rather than oral, as is the case with Collective Laboratories’ serum. It targets scalp health, which then naturally improves hair health. It has ginseng to boost circulation to the hair follicles, biotin to fortify the hair, zinc to balance oil production, lilac stem cells to repair damaged follicles, and burdock extract to inhibit bacteria growth. All of this is in addition to hydrating ingredients like pumpkin seed oil and oat-bran extract, which reduce irritation and dryness.

[$ 39/month; collectivelaboratories.com]

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5. Aesop Sage & Cedar Scalp Treatment

If you’re dandruff-prone and want an herbal solution, Aesop’s treatment oil is an easy addition to your regimen. Simply add five drops of this sage-cedarwood-rosemary blend onto your scalp before showering. Massage it in and let it set for 15 minutes so it can soothe and cleanse the skin, while minimizing itchiness and flakes. Do this thrice a week and your hair will have a healthy foundation from which it can grow to its fullest potential.

[$ 35; nordstrom.com]

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6. OUAI Oily Hair Supplement

If your scalp is too oily, it’s a nuisance on its own, not to mention a roadblock to having balanced, healthy hair. Too much moisture will drown your hair, making it impossible to retain any style or encourage you to grow it out. Oil production can often be trained, however, by both shampooing less and taking targeted supplements. OUAI uses green tea extract and niacin to control sebum production, along with biotin, amino acids, and omega 3s to promote strong, healthy, naturally lustrous hair—the proper amount of shine, this time around. It’s a 3-month pack, so allow for that much time while the scalp “resets”.

[$ 84; theouai.com]

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7. HUM de-stresses supplements

HUM offers all kinds of targeted supplements for skin, hair, nails, and more. This one is engineered to reduce the effects of stress on your body, and boosts your ability to focus under duress and remain calm. This in turn lowers the bodily damage caused by stress, which is one of the key contributors to hair degradation and loss. So, by staying calm, you in turn keep more hair. And my keeping more hair, you stress less about hair thinning or loss, and in turn… you keep even more hair. 

[$ 20; humnutrition.com

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How This Travel Photographer Keeps His Hair Stylish and Fresh While On the Go

When it comes to being a frequent traveler, you don’t always have time to book a time slot with your local barber. But if you’re looking to achieve a badass, stylish cut on your own, you need the right tools to maintain it. For Clint Johnston, a travel photographer who has been to many far-reaching places, the way to do that is with the Wahl Elite Pro Clipper Kit.

As someone who travels more often than not, Johnston doesn’t always have time to go get a shape-up or a haircut at the barber. That’s where the Wahl kit comes in. “It’s essential for my everyday needs,” Johnston says. “It keeps me looking fresh, so if I’m out all day hiking and shooting, I can come home, clean up, and go out at night, no problem.”

The kit comes with a number of different guard attachments, varying in length from short to long, as well as a cleaning brush, scissors, blade oil, and more, so it can take care of almost any hair-styling need you want. After spending time out in the wilderness, all it takes is a few strokes and you can clean up any stray hair or spots to get a fresher look.

“Wahl helps me upgrade my grooming game because it helps me transition from rugged to refined in a matter of minutes,” Johnston says. “As soon as I get home, I can clean up and I’m ready to go.”

Check out more specifications of the Wahl Elite Pro Clipper Kit.

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The Best Salt-Infused Grooming Products for Beachy Hair and Smooth Skin

Salt may be nature’s exfoliant, but sodium chloride-infused grooming products can do more than slough away skin.

Sprays can give texture to thin strands, boosting your hair’s natural volume and helping you pull off certain hairstyles you might not otherwise be able to achieve.

It may seem counterintuitive, but lotions containing the mineral can actually help your skin cells drink in (and retain) moisture. And masks with NaCl can smooth away dead skin, exfoliating your mug for a closer shave.


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Chasing that post-beach day glow—sans the beach? Sprinkle these mineral-rich and exfoliating salt-infused products into your morning routine. They’ll have you feeling salty in the best way.

 

 

 

 

 

1. Captain Blankenship Sea Salt Refresh Hair Spray

No time to shower? Sailor by Captain Blankenship Sea Salt Refresh Hair Spray acts like a dry shampoo. Salt stops hair from going flat, and witch hazel tones the scalp.

[$ 15; captainblankenship.com]

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2. Tree Ranger Sea Salt Spray

Fake a beachy, tousled hairstyle with Tree Ranger Sea Salt Spray, which also contains oil-absorbing kaolinite clay. The eucalyptus scent is energizing, so spritz it in your beard, too.

[$ 17; beardbrand.com]

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3. Jack Black Turbo Body Scrub

Jack Black Turbo Body Scrub contains three types of salt: Hawaiian, Dead Sea, and Epsom. Use it in the shower as an exfoliant, or rub it over dry skin, then slip into the tub and let the arnica—a relative of the sunflower—and capsaicin ease achy muscles.

[$ 32; getjackblack.com]

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4. Earth Tu Face Rosemary + Salt Lotion

Earth Tu Face Rosemary + Salt Lotion combines hydrating aloe and olive oil, rosemary (a skin-healing antioxidant), and sea salt, which helps skin cells retain moisture.

[$ 38; earthtuface.com]

 

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5. Wild Yonder Botanicals Super Fine Sea Salt Face Glow

Mix half a packet of Wild Yonder Botanicals Super Fine Sea Salt Face Glow with warm water, spread over your mug, and hang out for a minute. The salt smooths away dead skin—which makes for a closer shave—while the lemon essential oil unclogs pores and the biodynamic honey moisturizes.

[$ 8; shop-midland.com]

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Our Favorite Men’s Care Brand Has A New Line: Hair by Harry’s

With the influx of razor-by-mail companies lately, we keep coming back to Harry’s. We’ve never been disappointed. Harry’s has amazing shave products as well as razors, with low prices and fantastic customer service. And now our favorite men’s care brand has just released a line of hair care and grooming products that are as awesome as their shaving gear: Hair by Harry’s.

2 in 1 Shampoo & Conditioner

Harry’s new 2 in 1 ($ 7) is a quick, nourishing way to clean and condition your hair without stripping it of its natural oils and essences. It lathers up nicely and rinses clean, and then you’re done. No fooling around with a separate bottle of conditioner, no waiting 60 seconds for some magical conditioning effect to take place. That’s it, you’re done.

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And it has a pleasant scent that isn’t overly fragrant, with light notes of lavender as well as bracing peppermint, and soothing eucalyptus. It’s great for all hair types, plus it’s paraben-, dye-, and sulfate-free. With enough moisturizing properties to make it okay to use it everyday.

Now you’re ready to move on to another of Harry’s fantastic hair grooming products.

Sculpting Gel

Harry’s Sculpting Gel ($ 8) is perfect for guys who want a light but firm hold on their coif. It locks in any style in any shape, but remains soft and gentle to the touch. Unless, of course, you’re going for a slicker look, in which case you comb it through while your hair is wet.

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Harry's

It won’t fade or flake away light some other gels, and there’s no alcohol—so it won’t dry or damage your hair. And it rinses out clean at the end of the day. Paraben-free, sulfate-free, and never tested on animals, Harry’s Sculpting Gel has a light and refreshing scent, with hints of lemon and fresh herbs. It leaves your hair firmly in place, and won’t come off on your—or anyone else’s—fingers.

Taming Cream

For long-haired dudes after a more natural look, Harry’s has something for you as well. For an unruly mane that desires a soft hold and a carefree finish, you need Harry’s Taming Cream ($ 8). It’s lightweight cream that’s ideal for curly, coarse, thick hair, leaving it naturally casual without feeling stiff or sticky.

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Harry's

Best of all, Taming Cream styles, moisturizes, and conditions as well. And to paraphrase an old ad slogan, just a little dab will do. So your hair comes away looking natural and free of harsh chemicals and powerful smells.

Texturizing Putty

This stuff is great for guys who want to look like they put zero effort into their hair. With a matte finish and malleable hold, Harry’s Texturizing Putty ($ 12) delivers subtle definition without stickiness or stiffness. It’s ideal for professionals, guys with short hair who want keep it tidy without looking like they spent more than a few minutes in front of the mirror.

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Just rub a dab between your hands to soften it up, then smooth and work it through dry (or towel-dry) hair until you get your desired shape and style. It leaves your hair smelling rich and woodsy, and lets everyone know how you feel about your hair: There are far more important things for a man to worry about.

So if you’re looking for great hair care products from a reliable company, stuff that’s made by guys, for guys, check out Hair by Harry’s hair care products. Pick yourself up some amazing razors while you’re there. And don’t sleep on their awesome shower products.

GET IT: See the complete line of Harry’s men’s grooming products.

 

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How to Clean Up Your Facial Hair for Spring

If you want to clean up your facial hair for spring, look no further than the 1990s, says John Flemal of Urban Lift Salon in Chicago.


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For some middle ground between clean-shaven and a lumberjack beard, heed Flemal’s advice. These three styles shape up your facial hair, whether you want to tame an unruly beard, accentuate sideburns, or rock a mustache.

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1. Strong Sideburns

It’s a great transition for growing out a fade. The farther below the earlobe, the less conservative. The L-shape is trending, too; try this only with dense facial hair.

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2. Beard With Attitude

Long, unruly beards are a cold-weather look. Hack yours into shape, leaving it thick on the sides and under the chin, and cleaning up around your lips.

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Illustrations by ULI KNÖRZER

3. ’Stache and Stubble 

If you opt for a mustache, go small and pair it with stubble. Gradually trim a long beard short until you reach desired hairiness.

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PRP for Hair Loss: How Your Own Plasma Can Help Regrow Thinning Hair

So you’re losing your hair and want to salvage whatever you can without a transplant. You’ve heard of the pills (finasteride), and you’ve heard of the potion (minoxidil). Talk to your doctor about both, since they can be used together to halt hair-compromising hormones and improve nutrient delivery to the scalp. But also ask your dermatologist about the third hair-growth solution, which rounds out this full-force trifecta. It’s a relatively new option, and is flowing through your veins as we speak: It’s the plasma in your blood. I tried PRP injections (platelet-rich plasma), and can vouch for it.

I can accept that my hair will turn gray and the crow’s feet around my eyes will get more and more prominent with time. I understand that aging is going to take its toll on me. However, I’ve long put up a fight and am proactive against aging skin. I was slower to start with hair loss, though, mostly because I was in denial that my thick mane would ever compromise.


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It started with a recession in my mid-20s, then seemed to stop by 28. I thought “this is fine” and went on without any action. The general thinning took over from there, hitting hard around 31. (This timing and rollout is different for all men.) By many standards, I still had a lot of hair. But by my standards, I had about half the hair on my crown that I used to, maybe less. I needed to accept this was happening, and I needed to do something about it if I wanted to keep my hair. (Because once a follicle stops growing hair, you only have a year or less to restore it before it’s totally dried up and irreversible.) I knew I couldn’t revive the hair that had receded, since those tend to be gone forever, but I could resuscitate much of the hair that had thinned out in previous years.

So, I went to my trusted doctor, NYC-based cosmetic dermatologist Michele Green. She recommended I try all three methods. I started finasteride in October of last year, the same time I started my first of three rounds of PRP, platelet-rich plasma. (I also began minoxidil in January of this year.) These dates are important for the before and after photos you’ll see during my PRP sessions. The results are not influenced by minoxidil, which increases blood and nutrient delivery to the hair follicles, in turn strengthening and thickening them. My photos are also not influenced by finasteride, either, since it takes 3 months to quell hormones and regrow any dormant follicles.

What Does PRP Entail?

PRP is pretty straightforward, albeit a little strange. The doctor withdraws blood, then spins it into a centrifuge to extract all the red blood cells, leaving your plasma behind. It’s thick and off-white and gooey. Then, they put this into syringes and shoot the plasma into your scalp, massaging it in like botox. This hurts a tiny bit, but quickly turns into a numb sort of contact high that wanes over the next couple days. You simply avoid alcohol and painkillers—anything that thins the blood—for a few days.


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How Does PRP Actually Regrow Hair?

I’ll let the medical professional explain this one: “PRP stimulates the hair by injecting specific growth factors that are derived from your own blood to regenerate and grow hair,” says Green. “PRP contains special cells called platelets, which can theoretically cause growth of the hair follicles by stimulating the stem cells and other cells around the hair follicle. This platelet-rich plasma promotes healing, accelerates the rate and degree of tissue healing and regeneration, and promotes new cellular growth. It stimulates the hair follicles to grow and cause both the growth of new hair and the thickening of existing hairs.” In short, it does the work of both finasteride and minoxidil, or bolsters their efforts.

If you want the specifics on the growth factors that PRP cells have, here they are: platelet-derived growth factor, transforming growth-factor-beta, vascular epithelial growth factor, epidermal growth factor, and fibroblast growth factor. “Human blood contains mesenchymal stem cells and autologous blood products contain this myriad of growth factors that assist in tissue regeneration and healing,” Green says.

Who’s a Good Candidate for PRP?

Green says you’re a prime PRP candidate if you have early-onset hair loss and want to prevent future hair loss. If you’re already bald or are hoping to treat an area that has no hair follicles, then PRP is not going to help. It can only restore and strengthen active follicles.


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Can PRP Be Done in Place of Finasteride and Minoxidil?

Yes, it’s a good holistic approach for someone who doesn’t want to take medication for hair loss, and there are no side effects to putting your own plasma back into your body. However, you will need to keep getting PRP treatments yearly (or more frequently) since you aren’t supplementing the efforts with pills and drops.

How Many PRP Treatments Are Necessary, and How Often? What’s a Good Long-Term PRP “Plan”?

“The plan usually is four treatments of PRP for my patients, one month apart, and then an assessment three months later to see the success of my treatment plan,” says Green. “We take before and after photographs to judge the effects of the hair growth. We then assess the maintenance of the PRP injections which can vary between three or more months.” Some patients will “top off” once a year, while others will come in quarterly. It’s up to personal preference, and sometimes budget.

How Expensive Is PRP?

The costs vary wildly, based on the experience your doctor has, and the equipment they’re using. You should expect each treatment to land in the $ 800-1,500 range, however. (Yes, it’s pricy.) Hopefully, as the treatment becomes more prominent and accessible, this price will go down.

My PRP Results

Given all you know about my hair-loss timeline, and my PRP timeline, here are some before, during, and after photos that map my own success with plasma.

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Before: The first is before my initial treatment, in early October. (Forgive the fact my hair is different colors in each photo, since I’d dyed it blonde just before.) Note the significant thinning around my cowlick, which is representative of the hair atop my crown overall. This is also when I began taking finasteride.

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During—3 Months Later: This was taken just before my third round of PRP, in late December. Note the fuller crown. Because my hair is shorter, it stands up a bit more than the separating effects of longer hair, but you can still see how much fuller it is overall. By this point, I could run my hand through my hair and feel it was much thicker, too—probably 50 percent fuller than just months before. The finasteride regrowth would not have fully kicked in yet, and I would start minoxidil a week or two later.

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After—6 Months Later: I’m back to my natural brown hair, but more importantly, I’ve got fuller hair all around the crown. You can see the thickness in the cowlick (don’t just give it a passing glance; if you study it, you see it). And, when I run my hand through my hair, it feels as full as it was five years ago, before I had any real qualms about hair loss. It stands up when I texturize or volumize it, and I notice far fewer hairs in my sink—just the ones that naturally fall out and quickly regenerate. This was a combination of all three methods—finasteride, minoxidil, and PRP—though you can study photo two for the benefits of PRP itself.


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The Best Grooming Products for Oily Hair

Look, some scalps are just oily. And when the hairs grow up and out of that scalp, they tend to be oily, too. It’s a fact of life, and nothing to be ashamed of.

If your scalp—and your hair—are on the oilier side of life, then you’re quite familiar with the symptoms: The main one is looking like you haven’t shampooed for 3 weeks, despite having washed your hair five hours ago. Your hair is rarely voluminous and texturized, because it’s weighed down by the rapid sebum production in your scalp. And then, when you do shampoo, it’s parched and dull, at the other end of the spectrum. (For all of a few hours, before it’s greasy again.)


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It’s easy to combat this higher-than-most oil production, and in some cases, the scalp can be “reset” or trained to produce less sebum. Just put the following products to work (along with the advice scattered throughout), and you should be on your way to healthy, hydrated, controlled hairstyles—on the daily.

1. Old Spice Pure Sport Dry Shampoo

You already know and love Old Spice’s Pure Sport deodorant. The same classic aroma fills the air as you apply this dry shampoo (and it lingers throughout the day, too). But that’s not the only reason you’ll love this product: Better yet, it soaks up excess oil at the roots of your hair, preventing you from having to shampoo entirely. Sometimes shampoo renders your hair unstylable, because the strands are too clean to create texture, and that’s not a fate you deserve. So, alternate shampooing to every other day, and put this dry shampoo to use on the days between. It’ll volumize and thicken hair.

[$ 5.99; amazon.com]

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2. American Crew Daily Shampoo

For the days you do shampoo, pick one that’s gentle enough to use daily, even if you’re alternating wash days. There’s a reason so many salons rely on American Crew, as the brand’s shampoo leaves hair clean but also style-ready. It’s packed with sage leaf and chamomile, too, to calm and nourish the scalp, and minimize bacterial buildup and odor from all that excess oil.

[$ 14.95; americancrew.com]

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3. Rahua Voluminous Conditioner

You need to condition every day, whether you shampoo or not. And Rahua’s volumizing conditioner is a stellar pick, since it moisturizes and plumps the hair like it was just blow-dried. Gone are the days when your oily hair was weighed down and lifeless. If you shampoo even less than every other day (many guys only wash once or twice a week), then this conditioner doubles as a great co-washer, where it still removes much of the dirt, grime, and excess oil without stripping any moisture. This is a good way to “re-train” your hair to produce less oil, too: Don’t shampoo as much, but flush and hydrate daily with an enriching conditioner.

[$ 36; rahua.com]

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4. R + Co Badlands Dry Shampoo Paste

This paste + dry shampoo hybrid styler excels at volumizing and texturizing. Apply it to dry hair on a non-shampoo day. It absorbs oil while leaving a defined, lightweight, matte finish in its wake. Or, put it into towel-dried hair for the same volumizing effects.

[$ 29; randco.com]

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5. OUAI Oily Hair 90-Day Supplement

You can retrain your scalp to produce less oil—seriously. By shampooing less, you signal that the scalp should produce less sebum. This doesn’t mean that you’re going to rid yourself of the matter entirely, but it does help you get to the literal (and figurative) root of the problem. It just takes a couple months for the habit to show its result.

These pills are another way to “reset” the scalp, or to aid the process. A blend of green tea extract, vitamin A, and niacin work to regulate sebum glands. There’s also biotin and amino acids for fortified growth, as well as omega 3s to boost natural shine and definition—but not in the way that excessive oil ever did. Take them for 90 days, which is as many pills come in the pouch, while maintaining a lessened shampoo regimen. You should experience a far less oily disposition as result.

[$ 84; theouai.com]

 

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6. V76 by Vaughn 4-in-1 Cleansing Foam

You can use this gel foam for all the essential steps in your regimen: Shampoo, shave, cleanser, and body wash. That’s because it’s loaded with nourishing ingredients like coconut oil and antioxidants like bamboo stem extract, as well as the cooling finish of menthol. The result is an instant “reset” on oil, minus any drying out.

[$ 22; v76.com]

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7. Bumble and bumble Prêt-à-Powder

Sometimes, dry shampoo is a spray. Sometimes it’s a styling paste. And sometimes, it’s a powder, as is this Bumble and bumble product. A hybrid of silicone powder, corn + tapioca starch, and oat flour absorbs oil at the roots, and adds instant volume and texture to your style. Sprinkle it directly (and carefully) onto the scalp, or onto your comb. However, it’s most important to target the roots, just as with an aerosol dry shampoo. This is where the excess sebum collects, weighing hair down at the base. If your entire head is oily, then it’s time to shampoo in the shower.

[$ 28; bumbleandbumble.com]  

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The Best Grooming Products to Transform Dry Hair

If you have dry hair, you experience less grime and buildup than guys who have scalps that produce more oil (which is basically like a natural, all-day leave-in conditioner). That means your hair can often become brittle, wilting, and prone to breaking, making it harder to style.


The 7 Best Products for Thick, Wiry Hair

Like overly oily or thinning hair, it’s entirely possible to personalize your grooming regimen to overcome your natural dryness, and to condition the hair so it stays soft and stylable, You’ve got your work cut out for you, but with the proper products and regimen, it’s smooth sailing.

Here are some of our favorites—consider it a push in the right direction.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jack Black MP10 Nourishing Oil

With a blend of 10 natural oils (argan, marula, and grape seed are the most prominent), this oil works on hair, beards, faces, and more. Use it with your usual go-to styling product; it delivers the necessary nourishment to keep strands soft yet defined all day—and with a natural shine to boot. You can also use it on its own if you have longer hair to tame frizz and flyaways. It’ll nurture dryer-than-usual ends to prevent splitting, too.

[$ 35; getjackblack.com]

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Shu Uemura Absolue Overnight Hair Serum

An overnight hair mask that won’t stain your pillows, Shu Uemura’s serum absorbs quick and delivers high-powered nourishment to hair. It can tame the effects of humidity (i.e. frizz), while preserving natural shine and buoyancy. You can go right into your styling regimen in the morning, since there’s no need to rinse it out.

[$ 69; shuuemuraartofhair-usa.com]

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American Crew Matte Styling Cream

Don’t be befuddled by the key ingredients in American Crew’s styling cream. Panthenol is a B5 derivative that strengthens the hair and thickens its appearance, and benzophenones help shield it from environmental damage. Together, they add moisture and prevent anything from compromising hydration levels throughout the day. You’ll get shine-free, lightweight, medium-hold style as a bonus.

[$ 15; americancrew.com]

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Kiehl’s Damage Repairing & Rehydrating Leave-In Conditioner

Mix a few drops of Kiehl’s leave-in conditioner with your daily styler, or use it as a lightweight styling cream on its own. It’s loaded with ceramides, hyaluronic acid, and moringa oil, a trio that delivers and preserves moisture and defends hair against the elements. (If you use a blow dryer, you can also apply it before drying, so it helps shield from heat damage. But also, you should pick up an ionic dryer, per our tip at the end of this list.) This product will keep hair hydrated and soft all day; it’s the perfect complement to a nightly serum.

[$ 25; kiehls.com]

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Davines MOMO Shampoo

This gentle gel shampoo pulls away excess grime and product without compromising the hair’s natural moisture. “What moisture?” you ask. Touché, but since you still need to wash your head, do it with a shampoo like Davines’, which uses cartucciaru melon to soften and nourish hair, as well as a host of ingredients to strengthen and protect it: Vitamin A and C, sinc, potassium, and phosphorus.

[$ 28; davines.com]

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Hair Rituel by Sisley Restructuring Conditioner

If you’re super serious about fighting back against stubborn, dry hair, then use Sisley’s conditioner. With Vitamin B5, shea and coconut oils, as well as cotton proteins, it resuscitates dry, lifeless hair. In an instant, it feels fuller, softer, and more cooperative.

[$ 75; sisley-paris.com]

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Parlux 385 Powerlight Ionic Hair Dryer

If you use a hair dryer to style your hair, invest in an ionic one. They dry hair quickly without the same heat-damaging effects of other devices. This one from Parlux is a great pick. It dries hair from the inside out. It’s also low-volume, lightweight, and high-powered, so you can tote it on trips and spend less time on your morning regimen.

[$ 235; parluxus.com]

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The 7 Best Products for Thick, Wiry Hair

Some guys would do anything to have thick hair, but not you: You’d trade a limb if it meant you could find the right thick hair products to keep your full and furious mane under control. You watch with envy as other guys go through the day with effortless, weightless styles, while you contemplate a permanent buzz-cut just to save your sanity.


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Don’t give in to the clippers yet, though. You just have to learn how to tame the mane, and there are plenty of thick hair products to help you do it. With these simple additions to your hair care and styling routine, your perspective on thick, wiry locks will definitely change for the better.

 

Kevin Murphy Smooth Again Conditioner

Kevin Murphy’s conditioner uses keratin proteins to soften and smoothen thick, unruly hair. With a blend of oils and butters (like cocoa seed butter, Brazil nut butter, and monoi oil), it hydrates, tames any curls, minimizes breakage, and defends against split ends and frizzing. Use it daily to keep hair soft and smooth, and since it washes away grime, you can reduce shampoo usage to once per week.

[Available at salons; Salon Locator]

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Function of Beauty Leave-In Treatment

Complete Function Of Beauty’s questionnaire, and you’ll get a unique shampoo and conditioner for your specific hair type. Now you can also add a leave-in treatment to your order, which will increase the nourishing and softening effects of the shampoo and conditioner. Just comb it into your hair like a styling cream and wear it all day long. It tames hair while keeping it hydrated, and it shields each strand from UV exposure.

[$ 18; functionofbeauty.com]

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Bumble and Bumble Thick (H)air Styler

Unruly as it may be, thick hair can actually minimize the time you spend on your styling regimen. This is a heat-free cream styler, which means you apply it to towel-dried hair and let it set to avoid the drying and volumizing effects of a blow dryer. It softens, tames, de-frizzes, prevents split ends, and blocks UV rays, too.

[$ 31; sephora.com]

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Olaplex Hair Perfector No. 3

Before you wash or condition your hair, first rinse it clean and then comb in some of Olaplex’s Hair Perfector. Let it set for 10 minutes, and then continue with your usual regimen. The treatment was formulated by two chemists who formulated it with ingredients that relax, soften, and fortify the structure of the hair, making it more cooperative—finally.

[$ 28; sephora.com]

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Baxter of California Grooming Cream

Guys with wiry hair can approach stylers in one of two ways: First, you can use a soft product that adds shine and definition without actually taming anything aside from frizz. These will showcase the volume and strength of your hair, but they’re not going to lock it into place. Baxter of California’s Grooming Cream is one such product. Typically we’d recommend it to guys with finer, more relaxed hair, but it’s just as useful if you use it with the right intentions. Add a touch of hair oil to it, too, if you want even more shine to pop through.

[$ 20; baxterofcalifornia.com]

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Firsthand Clay Pomade

On the other hand, you probably want a high-hold styler for most days—something that will let you lock in a combed-back style without worrying about it coming undone by noon. Firsthand’s Clay Pomade is exactly that. It gives you a matte finish, and you can use it to prop up more volumized styles. If you like the product but want more shine, drop in a pinch of hair oil.

[$ 20; firsthandsupply.com]

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Old Spice Beard Oil

Sure, it’s made for beards, but this oil is also great for the thick and wiry hair on your head, too. The argan-oil blend helps tame flyaways and prevent split ends, and it adds a little shine and definition to your thick texture. Just put one or two drops into your palm along with a matte styler and apply them together. 

[$ 13; oldspicebarbershop.com]

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The 7 Best Curly Hair Products for Great Hair Days Every Day

When you have naturally curly hair, “perfect hair days” are often few and far between. That’s because each unruly strand has its own agenda—as do external forces like humidity, dehydration, and sun damage. To deal with this, you need curly hair products that can keep your locks hydrated but not weighed down, lifelike but also under control.


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That means stocking up on the right shampoo, conditioner, humidity shield, styler, and tools, and dedicating a few extra minutes each morning to applying them—it’ll spare you the frizz and fuss throughout the day. Here are our recs for the best curly hair products to try out.

SheaMoisture Detangling Shampoo

If your curls are coiled or afro-textured, they can shrink down and turn lifeless without proper nourishment. SheaMoisture’s sulfate-free shampoo doesn’t just flush away grime and grease; it also bathes hair with coconut oil, cocoa butter, red palm oil, and flaxseed oil. Together, these ingredients hydrate hair and preserve its volume and texture while shielding it from environmental damage and preventing tangles.

[$ 12; sheamoisture.com]

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Davines Love Curl Shampoo

Fueled by almond extract, Davines’ Love Curl Shampoo preserves the buoyancy of wavy and curly hair. It also delivers a hint of natural shine to each strand, so your hair’s fullness and depth will be on full display. Unlike many other shampoos, this protein- and vitamin-rich formula adds moisture back into the hair (still, as with any shampoo, it’s important to follow a wash with a conditioner).

[$ 28; us.davines.com]

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Sachajuan Curl Conditioner

We don’t advise washing your hair every day, since it can strip your hair of its natural, healthy oils. But you may need to do it more often than the average person, since those oils can also weigh curly hair down and compromise natural volume. Your best friend is a daily conditioning product that pumps nutrients back into the hair after a wash, or between washes. Sachajuan’s Curl Conditioner uses the brand’s propietary Ocean Silk Technology to lock in moisture and emphasize the volume and texture of your curls. Just comb it into your hair—in the shower or out—and rinse after one to two minutes.

[$ 31; sachajuan.com]

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Bumble and bumble Curl Defining Creme

Part styler, part leave-in conditioner, this cream helps define curls while blocking damaging UV rays and preventing frizz caused by humidity and dehydration. The oil- and humectant-packed formula keeps the hairs in line—leaving plenty of room for effortless movement. It’s most effective when applied to dry or towel-dried hair, then blown dry with a diffuser.

[$ 31; bumbleandbumble.com]

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Ouai Wave Spray

This spray uses rice proteins to texturize (that also means it’s safe to use on color-treated hair) and it lifts hair instead of weighing it down like other products do. It’s formulated to tame your locks and prevent them from coming undone during the day, and it adds a natural shine as well.

[$ 26; theouai.com]

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Bio Ionic 10X Ultralight Speed Dryer

Often the best way to maintain control over your unruly curls is to blow dry them into place. Bio Ionic’s dryer does this in less time, preventing heat damage and preserving the moisture and shine in each strand. But to really treat your curls right, grab a diffuser attachment, which concentrates the hot air into smaller pockets to dry thick, curly hair more evenly.

[Blow dryer $ 29; Diffuser $ 24; sephora.com]

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Living Proof Humidity Shield

Humidity can ruin even the best hair day. That’s why you should have a humidity-shielding spray at the ready, and apply it at the end of your daily haircare regimen. Living Proof’s spray uses a humidity-resistant polymer that blocks both unwanted moisture and UV rays for frizz and sun protection. It helps condition the hair, too, so it won’t detract from any other products you’ve applied to your curls.

[$ 23; livingproof.com]

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Good Hair Day: The 5 Best Hair Products for Men

Turns out, there’s an easy solution for or all of the most common hair problems. You just need the perfect product. But even for specific issues like dry scalp or thinning hair, there are a whole store-load of hair products that claim big benefits. Sorting through the sea of creams, shampoos, and spritzes can be a bit daunting. We’re here to help.


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We’ve narrowed the field and focused on five problems underlying most bad hair days: frizzy hair, thinning hair, styling unruly locks, dehydration, and dry scalp. These five hair products will address those issues and keep your head looking and feeling great.

Martial Vivot Creme

Tame Frizz

To control flyaway hairs and frizz, skip heavy-duty pomades and grab this mild cream instead. It offers hold without weighing down hair, and the aloe-based formula conditions and moisturizes.

[$ 28; martialvivot.com]

 

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Cicamed Hair Loss Conditioner

End Thinning

Go beyond the usual hair softening that a conditioner provides. This treatment contains fatty acids from almonds as well as wheat protein to strengthen strands and minimize hair loss.

[$ 28; shop.cicamed.com]

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Murdock London Hair Play

Soften and Style

This styling product is light to the touch, yet offers plenty of hold for men with coarse hair. Ingredients like kaolin (a white clay) and vitamin B5 make manes pliable. Apply on damp hair for more control.

[$ 18; murdocklondon.com]

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Davines Nourishing Living Enzyme Infusion

Undo Dryness

Whether your head is dehydrated from styling or time spent in the sun, the natural extracts like cotton and grape leaf help get it healthy again. Generously spritz over towel-dried hair, comb through, then dry and style like normal.

[$ 40; us.davines.com]

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Akamai 3-in-1 Bar

Soothe Scalp Sensitivity

This all-natural, detergent- and fragrance-free shampoo bar is great for temperamental or itchy scalps (and people who shave their heads). Bonus: It acts as a shave cream and body cleanser, too.

[$ 7; akamaibasics.com]

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The 5 Most Effective Ways to Regrow Thinning Hair

At the first sign of hair loss—or even before that, if you’re proactive—you should visit your board-certified dermatologist to discuss the latest and most effective retention and prevention tactics. (Assuming you want to keep your hair, that is.)

There are numerous options available to men now, and they each have extremely high success rates. We tapped our network of experts to get their opinions on the most common methods. Before we get into them, here’s what some of those board-certified dermatologists have to say about the road ahead.

 

 

1. Start Early

“We know the best chance to regrow, retain, and fortify hair is with early intervention,” says Robert Finney, M.D. of Heights Dermatology and Laser. “If you start to notice thinning, that’s when you should begin treatment. Don’t be in denial.”

The longer you wait, the less effective results are: “Men who begin to notice a bit of early thinning with hair loss starting at the vertex of their scalp, but who aren’t completely bald, have the best chance to slow down loss, halt loss altogether (by maintaining their hair density), and even regrow some or all of their hair,” says Laura Haygood, M.D., of Adagio Dermatology & Aesthetics. “This means the earlier you start, the better the results, in general.”


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2. Recession Is an Exception

“A receding frontal hairline rarely responds to treatment,” warns Haygood. “Men may focus on regrowing hair along the entirety of the frontal, crown, and vertex of the scalp.” The vertex is that transition point between the crown and midscalp.

3. Be Patient

“Whichever hair treatment you choose, it’s important not to give up on the treatment too quickly and stick with it for at least 3-6 months,” says Lindsey Yeh, M.D. It takes time for hair to grow and actually see changes.

You’re playing a long game (forever, even): “Once you notice improvement, you must maintain the treatment regimen to retain these results,” Haygood adds. “So, if and when you decide to stop treatment, the hair simply gradually reverts to the density it would have otherwise been at that point in your life.”


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1. The Pill

One of the most common means of regrowing hair is a 1mg prescription of finasteride. (That’s its generic name. You may know it as Propecia.) It inhibits the production of dihydrotestosterone (DHT), which gradually suffocates and shrinks hair follicles, causing hair to thin and fall away before the follicle dries up.

“Oral finasteride is a great treatment for male-pattern baldness,” says Anne Marie McNeill, Ph.D M.D. of Newport Beach Dermatology. “It’s simple, safe, and one study just showed it reduces your chance of prostate cancer, aside from helping to grow hair.” As we mentioned, start when you’re just starting to thin, and it’ll help you keep the hair you have.

“Oral finasteride is one of the best treatment options available,” echoes Finney. However, a small percentage of people can experience a sexual side effect, like decreased libido and erectile dysfunction. “If someone has tried this and experienced those side effects, or is concerned about them, I shift the discussion toward a topical finasteride and minoxidil combination, like HairStim by Hair Medicinals,” Finney says. “HairStim is a prescription solution that combines these drugs—and the minoxidil is at higher concentrations than you can get over the counter.” (See the next tip for more on minoxidil.) “I’ve found patients who had a sexual side effect from finasteride orally, don’t get it from topicals.” That’s because it’s not getting absorbed in your blood and traveling around your body.


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2. The Potion

The other at-home option you hear about most often is minoxidil, the generic for Rogaine. It works by stimulating blood circulation to hair follicles, which in turn fattens the hair shaft and strengthens the follicle. It’s administered as a topical solution or foam twice daily.

“One tip I share with patients is that there are special compounding pharmacies (often the Mom & Pop pharmacies we love, rather than the big chain pharmacies) who are happy to provide an even stronger version,” says Haygood. “Many of my patients like the 7% minoxidil, although in the end I recommend choosing based on cost, convenience, and how the product feels on your skin, especially since you’ll be using it on a daily basis.”

Nearly every doctor you consult will advise combination therapy to further boost your results, and a combination of finasteride + minoxidil is the most common pairing.

3. The Plasma
In the last couple years, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) has grown enormously in popularity. It involves extracting one’s own blood, separating the plasma (which takes 10 minutes, in office), then injecting that plasma back into the patient’s scalp. Plasma has active growth factors that can stimulate inactive or weakened follicles. It’s also a common combination therapy method, paired with finasteride, minoxidil, or both.

“PRP is my favorite treatment for hair growth, and studies show 75 percent of men see [significant] hair growth,” says Anna Karp, D.O. of Skin Institute of New York. “I recommend two treatments, one month apart, at minimum.” (Many doctors will advocate for 4 monthly treatments out the gate, followed by an annual top-off.)

“PRP is natural and doesn’t require patients to remember to do anything at home,” says Finney. “It’s a much newer treatment, but has proven over the last several years to be a great option to regrow, retain, and fortify.”


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4. The Program
An effective at-home supplement and grooming regimen can also fortify hair and help revive some of the weakened, near-death follicles. It’s important to note that these are not nearly as promising as the above methods, but supplements are also no gimmick: They provide the nourishment your hair needs to stay strong. So, perhaps it’s as much a prevention and proactive method.

“We find by combining as many techniques as possible to combat all the possible causes we will yield the best results,” says Matthew Elias, D.O., of Elias Dermatology.

“I typically recommend a hair vitamin such as Nutrafol, Viviscal, or biotin forte with zinc,” says Lauren Meshkov Bonati, M.D., of Mountain Dermatology. “I also suggest they use Nioxin shampoo and conditioner.”

5. The Procedure
If all else fails, or if those patches are just too far along, it might be time to consider a hair transplant—if you’re that invested in this process. Talk to your doctor about the best options available, and for his or her recommendation on where to do it. This should really be a last resort, since results vary drastically.

Know that emerging technologies are suggesting we may soon be able to clone hairs and grow them anywhere we please. But in the meantime, this method extracts thicker hairs from the sides and back of your head, and places them in areas of inactive growth to “fill in” the hair. It takes a while to see results, too: After a couple months, the transplanted hair will fall out, only to begin its first new growth cycle. So, once that springs out and fills in, it could take 4-6 months to see lasting results (albeit temporary ones, if you aren’t proactive about retaining it this go around).

“I usually encourage patients to try topicals for 6+ months before deciding if it’s worked for them,” says Avnee Shah, M.D., of the Dermatology Group. “[Still then,] I encourage a combination of therapies. The more the merrier.”


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The 7 Best Customized Hair, Skin, and Cologne Brands for Men

In the grooming industry, 2019 will be known as the year of customized care. More and more brands are allowing consumers to identify concerns and goals as they pertain to skin, hair, hygiene, and more.

 

 

They ask you to complete online questionnaires—some simple, some insanely extensive—and pack their products with ingredients, and even scents, that address your wants and needs on a granular level. After all, if you’ve got curly, coarse, and oily hair as well as dandruff, your shampoo and conditioner should have different ingredients than the guy with straight, fine hair with no flaking. Think of all the possible skincare combinations, too, when you factor in oil levels, age, environmental factors, and more.

Here are seven brands that helped launch the phenomenon, and each company’s approach to customized products. If you’re less than satisfied with your current regimen, it might be time to invest in something tailored precisely to you.


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Function Of

What it’s for: Customized hair care

The Function Of Beauty site prompts you to create your hair profile. Is it wavy, curly, or straight? Is it fine or coarse? Oily or dry, or neither? Next, you input up to five “hair goals”, which could be anything from soothing your scalp to volumizing, oil control to minimizing frizz. This all determines which ingredients go into each product. You pick individual colors for your shampoo and conditioner set, as well as a scent, and the brand even prints your name on the side of each bottle. Costs vary depending on the sizes you order, but if you get 16 oz. bottles of shampoo and conditioner (which should last 3 months), it’s under $ 50.

[$ 49; functionofbeauty.com]

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Curology

What it’s for: Customized skincare

Curology’s online quiz asks about your major skincare concerns and goals, then generates a “superbottle” night cream just for you (once a dermatologist reviews your results). Apply it before you sleep, so your skin’s overnight regenerative cycle works with the product to correct things like acne, signs of aging, or uneven skin tone. You can order the superbottle along with a standard cleanser and daytime moisturizer, too, or just opt for the standalone night cream.

[$ 20 per month; curology.com]

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Clinique

What it’s for: Customized skincare

With the recent launch of iD, Clinique enters the custom skincare game with its own refined approach to the process. First, you pick your base—moisturizing lotion, oil-control gel, or hydrating jelly—then you select your “insert cartridge” from the list of five: fatigue, lines & wrinkles, pores & uneven texture, irritation, or uneven skin tone. Any of the 15 potential results costs comes in under $ 40.

[$ 39; clinique.com]

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Hawthorne

What it’s for: Customized fragrance and hygiene

Hawthorne works with some of the industry’s most sought-after perfumers to create a bunch of different fragrances to match each customer’s personality. You fill out their quiz that factors in things like diet and personal interests, and they set you up with two fragrances: one for “work” and one for “play”, both for a total $ 100. They complement each other nicely, but more importantly, they complement you. And just recently, Hawthorne expanded into scented deodorant, soap, and body wash, too, so you can smell and feel as fresh as each scent you’re “prescribed”—whether you’re wearing it or not.

[$ 50 for two 1.7 oz bottles; hawthorne.co]

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Geologie

What it’s for: Customized skincare

Geologie’s diagnostic quiz is a little simpler than the competition, but that’s not to any detriment: They still address the core things like aging, inflammation, acne, and so forth, with dozens of possible outcomes for the five-product assortment they’ll send you. First they’ll start you on a 30-day trial with the entire set—cleansers for your sink and shower, moisturizers for day and night, and an eye cream. After you test them out, you can order a 90-day supply of whichever products you like best, or all of them if you so choose.

[From $ 30; geologie.com]

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Prose

What it’s for: Hair care

Prose’s quiz asks you questions about your hair’s thickness, length, typical hair fall patterns, oil levels, as well as your diet, zip code (to determine pollution), and more. You tell Prose your goals, what kind of fragrance to plug into the formula, and then Prose generates a product to target your key concerns—with various levels of intensity (like if you’ve got severe dandruff but moderate oil production). They give you the option of a pre-shampoo hair mask, shampoo, and conditioner, all for $ 88, or you can pick and choose the ones you want to buy (for $ 38, $ 25, $ 25, respectively). There’s a hair oil launching in spring, as well, which can then be added to your order.

[From $ 25; prose.com]

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Proven

What it’s for: Customized skincare

Proven is the most complex of the customized skincare companies, since it uses a database called the Skin Genome Project to create its products: The SGP crawls 20,238 skincare ingredients, 100,000 products, 8 million testimonials, and over 4,000 scientific journal articles to identify the most effective and favorable results for Proven’s clients. When you complete their extensive skincare profile—which even factors in the water quality of your zip code—a dermo reviews the data and prescribes a 3-product set, including a customized cleanser, moisturizer, and night cream, all of which have ingredients tailored to your various needs. The 2-month supply runs $ 145, but the steeper cost is worth the upgrade if you want the most tailored fit of all.

[$ 145; provenskincare.com]

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Do Not Wash Your Hair In The Shower!

It’s so good to finally get a health warning that is useful. It involves the shampoo when it runs down your body while you shower with it. Shampoo
Warning! I don’t know WHY I didn’t figure this out sooner!

I use shampoo in the shower! When I wash my hair, the shampoo runs down my whole body, and printed very clearly on the shampoo label is this
claim:

“FOR EXTRA BODY AND VOLUME.”

No wonder I have been gaining weight! Well! I have gotten rid of that shampoo and I am going to start showering with Dawn dish soap instead. Its label
reads:

“DISSOLVES FAT THAT IS OTHERWISE DIFFICULT TO REMOVE.”

Problem solved!

If I don’t answer the phone I’ll be in the shower.

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David Arquette Back in the Wrestling Ring with Hair Match and Not Death Match

David Arquette is a glutton for punishment … returning to the wrestling ring after a deathmatch that almost killed him.  Arquette took the mic at a news conference Friday night to hype his upcoming match with veteran pro wrestler Jocephus in a…

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How to Get Justin Theroux’s Tousled Hair and Beard Style

Our January cover star frequently changes his appearance. Justin Theroux routinely teeters between clean-shaven and bearded, as well as slicked back and intentionally disheveled—with a few bestubbled and tousled stops along the way.

 

 

Of all his looks, we know Theroux best for his textured, mussed hair, paired with a neatly manicured beard, full as it can be (as seen in our photo shoot with the actor and screenwriter). There’s toughness to this combo, and versatility. You could mimic it for the office without having to restyle for happy hour. You could match it with a leather jacket for a night out, or a wool blazer for brunch with the in-laws.


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If you’re looking to flatter Theroux and mimic the look—and why wouldn’t you?—here’s some advice on how to do it best. All expertise comes from LA-based celebrity groomer Marissa Machado, whose clients include Nick and Joe Jonas, Rami Malek, Liam Payne, and more.

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The kind of hair it requires

“This hairstyle works best on fine, straighter hair,” says Machado. “Straight, weightless hair is more likely to stay standing up (with the product you apply). A heavier head of hair would wilt over.”

If your hair is wavy or curly, however, fret not: Machado says you could quickly straighten it with a flat iron in order to replicate Theroux. (Try Sedu Revolution Styling Iron.) It’s also suitable if your hair is thinning, since it errs on the side of disheveled and “imperfect”.

“You can use the sides of your hair to push forward, therefore masking a receding hair line,” Machado says. “Plus, thinner hair is usually weightless, which will hold up easily [with the styling product].”


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Should you use a barber or stylist?

Machado says you can visit either the barber or a stylist for this cut, since it’s halfway between the two spectrums. She just warns that you need to use scissors all around—even on the tighter sides—so don’t let your barber click on their clippers unless it’s to clean up your neckline.

How much they cut will be determined by how much hair you have. You should get some texture cut into the top, which will be significantly longer than the sides. It’s easily replicated on shorter hair too, though you won’t get as much vertical unless the top is a couple inches long, or more.

How to style it

First, Machado says to spray some styling tonic (try V76 by Vaughn Tonic Hair & Scalp) or sea salt spray (try Sachajuan Ocean Mist Spray) into clean, towel-dried (but lightly wet) hair. This will assist with the volume, and make the hair more receptive to the next product you apply.

“Next, blow dry using your fingers for a rough, choppy finish. Make sure to dry the hairs atop the head in an upward direction, using your hand to push the sides forward.” This can cover some of your hair recession. (We like Conair 1875-Watt Pro Styler.)


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Dry with the cannon in a forward direction, not blowing from the sides, Machado adds. After it’s dry and in place, grab some matte pomade (like Byrd Matte Pomade). A penny-sized amount should suffice.

“Make sure to get it into the root and evenly around,” Machado says. “Use your hands to perfect the shape. Once you’ve done that, lock it in place with a light setting spray.”

The spray won’t make hair brittle and hard, but it will preserve your style for the day.

Theroux in the West Village with a single- speed bicycle he bought in Australia.
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How to maintain the beard

“Keeping a beard this length—clean but burly—is actually more work than it looks like,” Machado warns.

It’s manageable, even though you’ll need to trim it every two days, on average.

First: “Always keep your face clean above the beard line, using a regular shaving razor (such as Harry’s The Winston) or even a straight blade (like Baxter of California Blue Steel “Not a Replica” Straight Razor) at the barbershop,” she says. “This also goes for your neckline.”


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As for preserving the beard shape, Machado recommends combing it into place, then using a standard beard trimmer (try Wahl Beard Cord / Cordless Rechargeable Trimmer) to graze any stray hairs. You can also employ some small, precise facial hair scissors (like Tweezerman Stainless Steel Moustache Scissors) for the task. She then advises using beard oil (like Old Spice Beard Oil)  to keep your whiskers hydrated, soft, and with a healthy dose of shine.

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Yung Joc Challenges Usher to Settle the Real King of Hair & Fleek Style

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Miss Congo’s Hair Goes Up in Flames Right After Being Crowned Miss Africa 2018

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Kanye West Shows Off Red Hair in Midst of Shooting and Wildfire Scare

Kanye West’s stepping out for the first time since the music video shooting scare … with red hair. Ye was out in L.A. Saturday afternoon with a new hairdo that was presumably for his music video shoot with Tekashi69. As we’ve reported … Kanye and…

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Al Sharpton Says Wrestling Hair Rules Are Biased Against Black People

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Tekashi 6ix9ine’s Girlfriend Fans Out With “69” Tattoo & Rainbow-Colored Hair

And Meek Mill and 50 Cent have something to say about it!


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Anne Hathaway Debuts Bold Red Hair: See The Dramatic Look!

Anne Hathaway is all fired up! The actress debuted shocking
red hair while out and about in New York City on Wednesday.


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How to Get Milo Ventimiglia’s Hair (and Mustache) From ‘This Is Us’

This Is Us is a tearjerker, almost entirely because Milo Ventimiglia’s hair just looks that damn good. (A roster of great actors helps, too.) We put Ventimiglia front and center on our November cover, a bit cleaned up by comparison to his small-screen persona—but no less rakish.

 

 

Wondering how you can replicate his long locks for yourself? We got some pointers from Justin Virgil Gramelspacher, master barber at Blind Barber in New York City. (You can find him at the East Village and Moxy Times Square locations.) Here’s what Gramelspacher taught us about Ventimiglia’s hair, and, as an added bonus, about his equally renowned mustache, too.

Milo Ventimiglia
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The Kind of Hair You Need

You need to have moderately curly, wavy, or straight hair if you want to replicate this style (though the result will vary from one guy to the next), Gramelspacher says.

“It’ll need to be cut and styled based on your individual texture and density,” he says.


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If you’re receding at all, don’t shy away from the look, either: He says that Ventimiglia’s cut works well on both a full or receded hairline.

What Kind of Regimen Does it Require?

You need to get yourself in a barber’s chair every 6-8 weeks in order to properly texturize the hair and reduce any bulk, Gramelspacher says. That seems counterproductive, but if you don’t clean it up as it grows, then you’ll suffer through a year of growth (and awkward hairstyles) until you reach the promised land.

He advises shampooing three times a week—no more, no less—before bed if it gets too dried out after a wash. (“This allows some of your natural oils to return overnight and your hair will be easier to tame in the morning.“)

Always follow a shampoo with conditioner to restore nutrients and softness to your hair after a drying wash. We’re fans of Blind Barber’s shampoo and conditioner.


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How to Do You Style It?

“Long hair has to move but you still want it to hold a shape,” Gramelspacher says.

That means you want to avoid sticky or greasy hair products with high hold.

“For a low-commitment approach, comb sea salt spray (Verb Products Sea Spray) or clean-hold gel (Kiehl’s Grooming Solutions Clean Hold Styling Gel) through towel dried hair to set the shape, and let it air dry. Once the hair has dried, run your hands through it repeatedly to break up the stiff bonds that form. Don’t worry, the product will still be there, doing its job invisibly. Follow up with styling cream (V76 Grooming Cream Ultralight Hold) to give weight, nourishment, and separation to the hair.”

If you have thin or thinning hair, you should consider using a blow dryer (after the gel or salt spray, but before the styling cream). Gramelspacher says this is an effective way to increase density and volume.

And if you have curly hair: “Work a generous amount of anti-frizz cream (Living Proof NourishingStyling Cream) through towel-dried hair, and blow dry to activate and relax the curl for a wavier look.”

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How to Transition This Cleaned-up Look Into a Grittier Style (like Ventimiglia’s character on This Is Us)

This style is kind of the longest it can be before things look a little too gritty. That being said, you can still grow it longer, but it’s advised that you continue seeing your stylist every 2 months to texturize the hair and clean up the ends—even if you want to look a little less refined. (Again, the goal isn’t to feel awkward during growth.)


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How to Replicate Milo’s Mustache

Mustache maintenance is pretty DIY.

“Use an electric trimmer with a number 1 or 2 guard and rake downward, with the grain, along the mustache,” Gramelspacher says. “Repeat until the bulk is even and smooth to the face. Remove the guard and use the bare blade to trim any stray hairs that extend from the bulk along the lip line.”

In this case, less is more.


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The Solution to Thinning Hair Has Arrived, Presented by NIOXIN

A Thinning Epidemic: Around half of all men describe their hair as “thin,” and studies show men tend to feel less hopeful than women about fixing the problem. Well, gents, you’re wrong about this one—thinning hair is absolutely treatable.

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We know what you’re thinking. Resistance is futile! My thinning hair is genetic. Or, my stress is causing it—it can’t be helped. Wrong again, on both counts.

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Thinning Hair Can Hurt You

If you think thinning hair isn’t affecting your social life, you’re probably mistaken. Ninety-five percent of Americans notice thinning hair when meeting someone new, and 86% say it impacts their first impressions.

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Stress Causes Hair Loss, Which Leads to More Stress

Almost 75% of Americans believe thinning hair takes an emotional toll. The effect is so stark that three in five say they’d do something drastic if it meant having thick hair. Fortunately, drastic measures aren’t necessary.

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The Cavalry Has Arrived

NIOXIN has made massive strides over the past three decades in the area of hair thinning to become the number-one-selling salon brand for thicker, fuller-looking hair. They offer a complete solution that works from the inside out, with Recharging Complex hair health supplements and 3-Part System Kits. NIOXIN 3-Part System Kits include a cleanser shampoo, scalp therapy conditioner and hair and scalp treatment. The System Kits deliver thicker, 2x fuller hair with zero compromise on color.

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A Revolution in Hair Tech

NIOXIN recently reinvented the meaning of haircare with the release of its new Recharging Complex, a multi-nutrient supplement to help support healthy-growing hair from the inside out with 16 essential nutrients, including a powerful blend of biotin, zinc and iron to help maintain normal hair and promote hair growth. This one-a-day supplement is 100% free from gluten and GMOs.

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“These Beans Are Going Straight to My Hair”

Healthy hair starts in the kitchen. A diet rich in beans, lentils, eggs, seeds (pumpkins seeds, sesame seeds, hemp seeds) and avocado will help give you the shine, body and thickness you need. 

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Integrate, Mate

If you truly want thicker, fuller hair, you need to start thinking in terms of an integrated, holistic plan—and that means caring for your mind, body and hair to produce the best results. Combining the use of a NIOXIN System Kit with a healthy lifestyle, including a well-balanced diet, exercise, mindfulness and a nutritional supplement like NIOXIN’s Recharging Complex, is the most effective way to achieve healthy hair.

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Welcome Back to the Land of Healthy Hair

Two-thirds of Americans think people with thick hair are viewed as more attractive, while over half think people with thick hair have more confidence. NIOXIN will put you on a path toward renewed confidence with thicker, fuller hair. Learn more at Nioxin.com.

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Prince Harry Adorably Fixes Meghan Markle’s Windblown Hair

Prince Harry knows how to protect Meghan Markle against the
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Big Balding Breakthrough: This New Wearable Regrows Hair on Mice

Some guys embrace baldness like a badge of honor. In fact, for guys like The Rock, Jason Statham, and Vin Diesel, their hairless heads are a hallmark of their personas. But for some guys, balding is just plain dreadful.

 

 

Well, new research, published in ACS Nano, may provide some comfort. Researchers believe they can regrow hair with a photostimulator.

In the study, done on mice, scientists created a wearable device made of 900 red micro-light-emitting diodes. They shaved the mice’s backs, then placed the patch—about the size of a small postage stamp—on their skin. The device is roughly 1,000 times less powerful per unit area than a traditional phototherapeutic laser, so it didn’t heat up enough to hurt or burn skin.


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Ultimately mice that wore the patch for 15 minutes a day for 20 days had significantly faster hair growth, long hairs, and a wider regrowth area than mice who were receiving minoxidil injections or nothing at all.


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Time will tell if this can be a viable option for humans. But the results are certainly promising.

 

 

 

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5 Ways to Get Thicker, Fuller Hair

First things first: It’s nearly impossible to thicken your hair at the root itself unless you medically intervene with supplements or injections. But that’s not what this article is about .It’s about how to make your hair look and feel fuller—to maximize the follicles you’re already working with, and to be all the more confident when you head out into the world with each passing year.

 

 

Because the truth is every single one of us will lose hair to some extent—some quicker and to a greater degree than others—but if you act quickly and get a little crafty no one will be the wiser.

It mostly comes down to using the right hair products, and some minor dietary fixes, says Los Angeles-based celebrity groomer, KC Fee.

These are her tips for getting a fuller head of hair.


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1. Switch to a Milder Shampoo

Hopefully you already know that too much shampoo is bad for your hair. It strips all the good oils along with the bad, drying it out and making it hard to style. However, sometimes that’s the tradeoff if you actually want your hair to look fuller: When it’s parched, it stands up more and looks thicker. So, since you might be shampooing more frequently in order to get this effect, Fee suggests switching to one that’s engineered to be less harsh on your strands. It’ll still lift the hair since it removes the oil at the root, but it’ll dry the actual hair out less in the process, by preserving its natural oils.

She prefers Christophe Robin Men’s Cleansing Thickening Paste for her clients.

“It gives hair volume and a thicker feel,” Fee says.

2. Use Light, Dry Products

“When it comes to thinning hair, you don’t want to use heavy, greasy products that’ll weigh the hair down,” says Fee. “It will cause separation that only accentuates the hair loss.”

She’s referring to things like standard shiny pomade. Instead you want something with a matte finish that lifts the hair. She uses Kevin Murphy Rough Rider Clay Pomade (note that it’s not a “traditional greasy pomade—sometimes the word ‘pomade’ is used interchangeably with ‘hair product’), or a texturizing spray like Oribe’s, which kind of works like a dry shampoo to soak excess oils and add some lift.

“Both are light and dry products that give volume and texture,” says Fee. “A good rule of thumb is to start with a little product and build as needed.”


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3. Use a Round Brush (and a Hair Dryer)

You probably know that a brush isn’t the best styling device for short hair. It’s used to evenly distribute natural oils to the ends of longer hairs. So, while you keep a comb nearby for your styling needs, there is one brush you should have on-hand: a small, rounded one, like the 3/4″ brush from Spornette. If you use a cream styler, like Baxter of California’s Hard Cream Pomade, apply a small amount to clean, towel-dried hair, then use the brush with a hair dryer (a cheap, simple Conair hair dryer will do) to lift the hair and dry the product at the root, Fee says.

“It gives the hair volume and a thicker look,” she adds.

4. Follow These Dieting Principles

“Diet and supplements can be very helpful in strengthening hair and prolonging the inevitable, as hair loss comes down to genetics,” Fee says.

You can take a proactive approach to hair loss, aside from pills and procedures, by focusing on your diet.

“It can be as easy as eating a clean diet—no sugar or processed foods—and one high in antioxidants,” she says. “Or you can take supplements that include biotin, zinc, vitamin C, iron, and niacin—such as Viviscal daily hair growth supplements.”


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5. Opt for Hair fibers—Hollywood’s Big Grooming Secret

We asked Fee for the “Hollywood secret” to making hair look thicker—something beyond these everyday salon tips.

Her answer was a bit of a shock: It’s hair fibers—like those sprinkle-on powders guys use to cover their bald spots.

“You’d be surprised to know how many men being photographed or in films and on TV use this trick,” she says. “There’s absolutely no shame in it. And it works! I use Toppik Hair Fiber. It comes in every shade in a shake bottle. You can either shake it in to cover bigger areas, such as the top or back of the head, or it has a pump nozzle you can buy separately to use for a more precise application along the hairline.”

If you aren’t balding but simply want to make your hair look thicker and fuller, this could be the solution. Just don’t touch the hair much once it’s applied, and shampoo thoroughly before resting it on any pillows.

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Emilia Clarke Says Her ‘Game Of Thrones’ Dye Job ‘Killed’ Her Hair

Emilia Clarke wants to return to her roots! Nearly a year after the “Game of Thrones” actress dyed her hair platinum blonde to match her onscreen counterpart, Daenerys Targaryen, she admitted to Harper’s Bazaar that maintaining the lightened look was “killing” her locks.


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Liquid Gold: 9 Oils That’ll Transform Your Skin, Hair, and Beard

Most guys’ grooming regimen revolves around lotions, creams, and pastes. These heavier products help tame hair, nourish skin, and leave you looking and feeling more youthful. However, there’s a lighter product with more potent benefits—one you’ve definitely been overlooking: oils.

 

 

Yes, oil. It’s often an ingredient in these lotions and creams, but on its own, oil soaks into your skin more quickly and seamlessly to deliver nutrients, strengthen cells, preserve moisture, and restore brightness (to your hair’s luster or your skin’s overall complexion). And it often does this without leaving behind an oily residue, as you might otherwise suspect.

From beard softeners to odor neutralizers, we rounded up nine different types of grooming oils for your body, featuring our favorite product in each field. One thing you’ll notice is that many of these oils can be used for multiple benefits—if something is nourishing for your face, it’s likely also good for your hair. That’s not always the case, though, so consult with the packaging (i.e. don’t gargle anything but a designated mouth rinse.)


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Hair Oil

Soybean, meadowfoam, and sunflower oils give Aveda’s Men Pure-Formance Composition Oil its nourishing powers. Use it to calm scalp irritation or dryness, or drop it in your hair styler for an added touch of shine. It’s also effective for taming flyaways on longer styles, and doubles as a leave-in hair conditioner since these oils both hydrate and fortify.

[$ 30; aveda.com]

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Beard Oil

Prevent dry whiskers, beard dandruff, flyaways, and itching with Hercules Beard Co.’s Mustache and Beard Oil. The ultra-hydrating potion softens your hair with kukui nut, apricot kernel, avocado, and pomegranate oils, plus vitamin E.

[$ 20; herculesbeardco.com]

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Bath Oil

Drop a capful of Susanne Kaufmann’s Bath Oil for the Senses into a warm bath, and it’ll soothe your muscles while conditioning your skin. I like it best in the winter, when my poor feet have been contained in their boots all day. It’s a DIY spa treatment, thanks to ylang ylang, lavender, and patchouli oils. 

[$ 76; bloomingdales.com]

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Shave Oil

I love when Lab Series’ 3-in-1 Grooming Oil settles and showcases its three main ingredients in a tricolor display: sea buckthorn oil, jojoba oil, and sweet almond oil. Together, they serve three purposes—a pre-shave skin prep, a transparent blade-shielding shave agent, and a whisker-softening beard oil.

[$ 35; labseries.com]

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Fragrance Oil

Thé Noir 29 from Le Labo combines bergamot, fig, and bay leaves with cedarwood, musk, and vetiver for a scent that vacillates between vigorous and vibrant. Even though it’s an oil, the fragrance works exactly like any other fragrance: Apply it to your pulse points or into your hair and beard for maximum wear. Only this is one you drop on, instead of spraying, and it’s much more concentrated than the spritzing varieties.  

[$ 147; lelabofragrances.com

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Face Oil

Golden Door’s Golden Face Oil is somewhere between serum and moisturizer. It softens and fortifies the skin while minimizing signs of aging—such as fine lines, wrinkles, and dark spots. It combines rose hip oil, sea buckthorn oil, and a blend of 10 essential oils that can brighten your complexion, stimulate collagen production, and shield your skin against harmful toxins.

[$ 60; goldendoor.com

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Body Oil

Jao’s full-body hydrator, Goe Oil, is a little more solid than other oils—it’s like a jelly that melts like butter into the skin. “Lighter than a typical body butter, longer lasting than a moisturizer”, the brand touts. The main ingredient is jojoba oil, though, in all, it combines 28 plant, fruit, and flower oils and butters. I love applying it after a hot shower or bath, right before I crawl into bed.

[$ 49; jaobrand.com]

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Groin Oil

“Groin oil” sounds weird, but that’s effectively what Fur’s eponymous Fur Oil is: an anti-septic, anti-microbial, and anti-inflammatory oil that can be used just about everywhere on the body. Specifically, though, it’s formulated to neutralize odors, soften hairs, and nourish the skin beneath any patch of fuzz—namely your pubes. But it’s also good for the underarms, too.

[$ 44; furyou.com]

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Oral Oil

Boka blends organic oils from coconut, spearmint, and peppermint with something called nano-hydroxyapatite (which helps strengthen teeth and bones) in their Cocorinse oral oil. Together they help whiten your smile, freshen your breath, and minimize sensitivity. Swish a packet each day after you brush; it’s like taking a daily vitamin for your mouth.

[$ 37 for a one-month supply; boka.com]

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The greatest facial hair in history

The history of man is marked by many great achievements—fire, the wheel, Netflix.

During the course of all of this, though, there have also been many evolutions, advancements, and watershed moments in an area that all (well, most) men can share a common bond: facial hair. Yes, over time, beards, mustaches, and sideburns have gone in and out of style, grown to new extremes, and taken on larger-than-life personas that have even overshadowed the men whose faces they have adorned.

And in this current era where business meets the beard (groom at your own discretion, fellas), it’s only fitting that we run through three centuries of some of the finest, most iconic facial fur we can remember. So here is the definitive list, with the exception of many mugs that did not make the cut. (Get it? Facial hair? Hair cut? Okay, moving right along.)

1. Abraham Lincoln

What better way to start off than with our 16th president, recently immortalized by Oscar winner Daniel Day Lewis, who is no stranger to on-screen facial hair (see: Gangs of New York, There Will Be Blood)? But we digress. Before Honest Abe came around, the White House was pretty devoid of beard and stache. Then, while running for office, a beard-less Lincoln was encouraged by a letter from an 11-year-old girl to “grow some whiskers,” since she thought his face was too thin. The Republican nominee took the young girl’s advice, won the election, and the rest was history. The great United States got a president who eventually abolished slavery—and the original “chinstrap.”


2. Grizzly Adams

Contrary to what Shooter McGavin thinks, Grizzly Adams did have a beard. The original Mountain Man, John “Grizzly” Adams was best known as a tamer and trainer of grizzly bears, hence the nickname. There is some debate about his legacy (and even his real name), but one thing is not debatable—his feral, yet impressively groomed, man-beard. Fun fact: Dan Haggerty, who portrayed Grizzly Adams in both film and TV (seen in the photo here), gained some dubious fame in 1977 when his beard caught fire while allegedly drinking a flaming drink of sorts. Be careful, ye bar-going bearded hipsters.


3. Charlie Chaplin

The modern mustache took a simpler approach at the turn of the 20th century, when the “toothbrush” style was popularized in America. Unlike the Imperial, the Walrus, the Kaiser, and several other extravagant staches before it, the toothbrush cut corners with a low-maintenance look popularized by society’s elite. The style was most regarded on Charlie Chaplin, who dug the toothbrush for its comical appearance—and also because it didn’t hide his many facial expressions. Alas, a guy named Adolf came along and totally changed the perception of the inch-long stache, and the style is rarely seen these days. (Thanks a lot, Hitler.)


4. Salvador Dali

One of the most iconic artists of all time, Salvador Dali’s paintings epitomized the surrealist movement. And his quirky persona matched his obscure art, as Dali was known just as well for his melting clocks as he was for his eccentric personal life and bizarre style. The Spaniard’s look was defined by his waxed, twisted upward mustache, which Dali styled after another legendary Spanish artist, Diego Velazquez. When once asked about the mustache, Dali answered in a way that only he could. “Since I don’t smoke, I decided to grow a mustache—it’s better for my health.” Well, of course it is!


5. Yosemite Sam

When it comes to the world of animated facial hair, there are several characters throughout history that deserve mentioning. There’s the Dali-esque mustaches of your favorite video game plumbers, Mario and Luigi, the well-groomed crumbcatcher sported by Ned Flanders, and the au naturel, all-white beard that hangs from Papa Smurf. No cartoon in history, however, can compete with the fire-red face fur donned by Yosemite Sam. It’s hard to say where the mustache ends and the beard begins—it literally looks like his hair is eating his face—but if you’ve ever been to Six Flags and haven’t simultaneously tugged on the Yosemite Sam mascot’s whiskers? Well, my friend, you haven’t lived.


6. Elvis Presley

Quick fact: Sideburns were named after Union Civil War General Ambrose Everett Burnside and his glorious muttonchops. But it wasn’t until the “greaser” era of the 50s when a trimmed down ‘burn defined the young, rebellious and cool look of icons like James Dean, and most notably Elvis Presley. The King was ridiculed as a child for his long hair and matching chops, but that didn’t deter the follicle legend from ditching the ducktail. As Elvis’ fame (and waistband) grew, so did his facial hair. Since his death, legions of Las Vegas impersonators have paid homage to the Elvis burns—both old and new, real and fake.


7. Walt Frazier

The ‘70s may be the premier facial fuzz decade of all time, probably thanks to all the residual hair left over from the hippies of the ‘60s. That said, the style and grooming tightened up a bit during the disco era, and Hall-of-Fame point guard Walt “Clyde” Frazier was ahead of the curve. While the rest of the NBA mostly conformed to clean-cut looks, Clyde ushered in a new era of funky self-expression, from his outrageous clothing style to his gigantic muttonchops. Groomed to perfection, with a matching stache, Clyde has still styled and profiled as a color commentator for the Knicks, in which he has regularly worn outfits like this.


8. Rollie Fingers

While Clyde Frazier ushered in a new look for the ‘70s that only slightly borrowed from the past, Hall-of-Famer Rollie Fingers revived an all-out classic—the handlebar mustache—as a pitcher for the Oakland As in 1972. When owner Charles O. Finley issued a challenge to his team to grow the best mustache, Fingers decided to pay homage to ballplayers of the 19th century, with the waxed-up, curled-at-the-ends style you see here. Obviously, Fingers won the bet, and decided to keep the stache for the rest of his career (life?), in what has become perhaps the most iconic piece of facial hair in sports history.


9. ZZ Top

Hair of the ‘80s can best be described with one word: big. And for Billy Gibbons and Dusty Hill, frontmen of the rock band ZZ Top, their beards were no exception. (In one of the greatest examples of irony ever, the name of the band’s mostly clean-shaven drummer is… Frank Beard.) Granted, ZZ Top was making hit music since the early ‘70s, but it wasn’t until the music videos for “Legs” and “Sharp Dressed Man” that the band reached true commercial success. And what coincided with those videos? Why, the debut of Gibbons and Hill’s new chest-long beards, which they grew without each other’s knowledge during a prior hiatus.


10. Tom Selleck

The true test of iconic facial hair is trying to imagine the guy without the stache, beard, or burns that made him famous. And for anyone who has seen Tom Selleck without his mustache, well, it’s kind of like staring into the sun. Simply put, it’s not advised, so you should avoid watching the movie In & Out and Season 6 of Friends. In his heyday as Magnum, P.I., Selleck sported probably the smoothest stache in history, with all due respect to Burt Reynolds and Keith Hernandez.


11. Hulk Hogan

In the world of professional wrestling, one signature hair choice can define your image and launch your career into stardom. For John Cena, it was the buzz cut. For the Rock, it was the sideburns. For Stone Cold, it was the goatee. Before those guys, though, there was one Terry Gene Bollea and his 24-inch pythons, better known as Hulk Hogan. Hogan’s mustache is your classic horseshoe design, grown to the corners of the mouth where it makes a b-line down the jaw. Hogan’s horseshoe was highlighted by bleach dye, and stood out over a 30-year wrestling career. When Hogan announced he was ditching the stache in 2012, the American Mustache Institute protested the decision, calling Hogan a “leading figure in the sexually dynamic mustached American community.” (Yeah, it gets even weirder the more times you read it.)


12. Hugh Jackman (as Wolverine)

Capturing a comic book character as magnetic as Wolverine on the big screen is no easy task, but it’s safe to say the Marvel Universe is pleased with the job Hugh Jackman has done over the past decade. In his seemingly endless films, Jackman has become peerless as the clawed mutant superhero, known for his rugged demeanor and, of course, some pretty badass ‘burns. The wild style was unique to the comic book before Jackman took on the role, but has since become a popular look for pro athletes (e.g., Rays hitter Luke Scott) and other macho guys who secretly want to have superhuman powers and/or adamantium claws.


13. Ron Swanson

While he is still a facial hair legend in the making, the early consensus is that Ron Swanson (played by Nick Offerman on the NBC comedy Parks and Recreation) will define a decade that’s been longing for its mustached savior. Amidst a sea of over-the-top hipster beards, Swanson sports a clean-cut stache that has been known to store steak particles for weeks. When combined with his stern facial expressions, the Swanson mustache is said to resemble some members of the feline family, as this blog devotedly chronicles. What’s more: His cranky character even has an on-the-record philosophy about facial hair, thanks to the “Ron Swanson Pyramid of Greatness” he revealed during Season 3. (“Facial Hair – Full, thick and square. Nothing sculpted. If you have to sculpt it, that probably means you can’t grow it.”)


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Safaree Clarifies His $12K Hairline Jig, Tyga Bigs Up His Hair Transplant Surgeon

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Today (August 14) was a day Safaree Samuels will not soon forget. The reality star got into a vicious Twitter argument with his ex, Nicki Minaj, and the collateral damage included Tyga and the exposure of their hair transplant surgery. 

Nicki mentioned she paid 10 racks (damn!) for Safaree to get his receding hairline back in order, and also mentioned Tyga got the same surgery.

While Tyga is notorious for not paying his bills, that man had nothing to do with this.

Safaree addressed the reveal in one of his later tweets.

He tweeted, “1st off Me and tyga didn’t go to the same dr. We did it the same day. Diff doctors . Listen I don’t know if this has to do with 1st week sales but you need to finish your zen. And don’t talk about vh1 checks cuz the way you’re acting it’s like your auditioning to be on LHH.”

A bit later, he also mentioned that the hairline was actually $ 12K.

Bruh…

As for Tyga, he took the time to big up his hair transplant surgeon. Bruh!!!

Could you tell Tyga’s hairline was the jig or nah?

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Prevent hair loss

Pills and potions might be the doctor’s orders, but you can also fight hair loss with a proper grooming arsenal. Here are a few products that will strengthen what you’ve got, or prevent damage otherwise caused by your existing routine.

1. True Volume Thickening Shampoo by Jack Black

Get a shampoo that is engineered to strengthen hair: Jack Black’s thickening shampoo is enriched with vitamin B5 for volume, biotin for growth and repair, and green tea leaf for cellular stimulation.

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2. Naturaltech Energizing Superactive Serum by Davines

This serum helps block the enzymes that lead directly to hair loss. After shampooing, direct a few drops down your hair’s part (or someplace you can easily see and touch), then massage it into the scalp with your fingertips. Do this twice every few days to boot the enzymes as they gather.

[$ 51.50; amazon.com]

 


3. Leave-In Conditioner by Sachajuan

This conditioning cream is a daily multivitamin for scalp and hair, applied in the morning before any styler. Don’t rinse it out; it absorbs quickly, like lotion on the skin, and keeps your hair fortified as it battles everyday stressors.

[$ 31; revolve.com]


4. Invati Thickening Conditioner by Aveda

Some guys find that it’s easier to style their hair if they shampoo every 2-3 days. Either way, these guys—and you—should condition daily in the shower. It’ll rinse away the oils that make hair greasy, and replace them with nourishing ingredients. Pick one that promises to thicken your hair, like Aveda’s Invati conditioner; it uses ginseng, turmeric, soy protein, and amino acids to defend and protect whatever hair remains.

[$ 36, (was $ 38); jet.com]


5. Sea spray by VERB

The easiest way to prevent hair loss is to pick lightweight, nourishing stylers—ones that won’t clog hair follicles and strain thinning hair. This is why sea salt sprays (like VERB’s) are the perfect solution: They’re packed with nourishing ingredients for both hair and scalp, and they give you a lightweight, just-out-of-the-ocean texture.

[$ 16; sephora.com]

 


6. V76 by Vaughn

In the same vein, a hair tonic will add life back to the hair late in the day, once your styler starts to wear. This one from V76 uses juniper and tea tree oils to invigorate the scalp and hair follicles, all while preventing a double dose of any heavy-set stylers.

[$ 20, amazon.com]


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What Men Need to Know About Laser Hair Removal

The best way for super-hairy guys to groom their body hair? Sure, you could shave, trim, and wax. But have you ever considered laser hair removal?

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Grooming rules for men with thinning hair

For most men (and plenty of women), hair is a source of pride—but it’s a finite one. We must come to terms with the fact that, as we age, this pride source thins, recedes, falls out, and sometimes vanishes completely.

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Why Prince Harry’s Wedding Beard Is Great News for Guys With Facial Hair

Call it one of many tradition-breaking moves felt ’round the world. On Saturday, when Prince Harry married his fiancé Meghan Markle, their wedding’s music and sermon, including a gospel choir, reflected the bride’s background and made royal superfans of even the harshest cynics. And true to his reputation as the bad boy of Windsor, Harry showed up with his beard unshaven. Though it may seem small in comparison to everything else that happened on Saturday, it was a grooming choice will undoubtedly have worldwide repercussions.

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The 15 Best Hair Product Brands for Men

Using hair gel is one of the many ways guys can style their hair. Unlike other hair products for men like pomade and clay, however, hair gel works best when applied to damp hair—great for active guys living an on-the-go lifestyle who don’t have time to wait for their hair to dry—and will create a put-together look that will stay in place all day. But, not all gels are the same. Some brands leave you with white flakes, residue, and a crunchy style that often won’t hold its shape. That’s why we carefully combed through a slew of hair gels for men, and narrowed it down to 15 of the best ones.

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How to Reverse Sun Damage to Your Hair

When people talk about sun protection, they often focus on skincare, but almost totally ignore hair care. But it turns out that your hair suffers just as much in the sun—it just doesn’t have the same nerve endings to signal the alarm.

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Beyonce’s Hair Didn’t Get Stuck in SoulCycle Bike

Beyonce was not left shaking after her hair got stuck in a SoulCycle bike … because IT NEVER HAPPENED. Our sources say a story floating around that Bey’s weave got tangled up in a bike back in February at the L.A. studio — requiring staff to…

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The sexiest facial hair trends for 2017 are…

Here’s some good news for all the bearded dudes out there: According to a recent survey conducted by PlentyOfFish, the goatee, the mustache & beard combo, and the 5 o’clock shadow are undoubtedly trends for the near future.

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How to Find Your Hair Type and Manage It

Congratulations! You just got a great haircut. Everyone at the office told you so, and some of them even meant it. Now it’s your job to keep it looking good — which is where hairstyling comes in. We know, hairstyling sounds like a term reserved for the heads of old-school rockabillies or modern-day hipsters.

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Is Dyeing Your Hair When Your Pregnant Really That Bad?

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4 Dry Shampoos That Will Help You Have a Better Hair Day

Dry shampoo’s main function is soaking up oil and grease, making it a must when there’s no time for a proper shower. But it holds a styling secret, too. “Dry shampoo helps conceal dirty hair while giving the appearance of more volume,” says Jordan Blackmore, co-founder of S.Oil  and Three Squares Studio in New York City. Dry shampoo’s plumping effect makes the stuff perfect for guys with thinning or fine hair, Blackmore says. “If you use a blow-dryer first, you can achieve the appearance of even more thickness,” Blackmore adds. Use somewhat sparingly, however; experts say you should still lather up about four times a week for hair and scalp health.

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This Affordable New Grooming Brand Wants to Help You Combat Hair Loss

When you think of losing your hair, you may think of those commercials led by a guy who’s not only the president of the club, but also a client. Then there’s those over-the-top contraptions that cost more than a mortgage payment and sit atop your head “for only three minutes a day” (for the rest of your life). If those don’t come to mind, there’s a battery of drugstore treatments that are proven to work, but leave your hair feeling greasy and flat—the opposite of that you want when managing thinning hair.

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This New Study Reveals What Women Really Think About Facial Hair

Some not great news for straight guys who have really full beards: a new study has found that close to 40 percent of women prefer a man to be clean shaven.

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6 Grooming Products That Will Save Your Hair This Winter

There is no doubt as the weather cools down, the air gets dryer, and the wind whips around with brutal force, your skincare needs shift. You can have dry, flakey skin and itchy, ashy patches. So every winter you do something about it—you buy lotion, maybe you turn down the temperature of the water during your showers, and you dust off the humidifier to emit moisture while you sleep.

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Gigi Hadid’s ‘Armpit Hair’ Apparently Wasn’t Hair At All

Gigi Hadid wasn’t trying to show off her unshaven pits during her LOVE Magazine photo shoot — ’cause the fuzz folks saw was nothin’ but loose fibers … TMZ has learned. Sources close to Gigi tell us her “armpit hair” — which was prominently…

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Nick Nolte Lets His Hair Go Mad in Malibu

Nick Nolte looks like he had a rough Friday out in Malibu … but actually it’s just how he rolls. The famed actor was out getting a bite with daughter Sophie and multi-tasking by jawboning on the phone. The pic reminds us of Nick’s famous 2002 DUI…

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This New Study Reveals What Women Really Think About Facial Hair

Some not great news for straight guys who have really full beards: a new study has found that close to 40 percent of women prefer a man to be clean shaven.

The research, conducted by BodyLogicMD (a nationwide network of medical practices

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Hair Tips And Tricks That’ll Help Your Locks Live Their Best Life

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New London production of musical “Hair” given a little re-style to fit the age of Trump

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The Only Hair Clipper and Beard Trimmer We Use Anymore

If you’re one of the lucky few who can get away with never touching a blade to your head or face, consider yourself charmed. By using an electric razor exclusively, you’re free! Free of shaving cream, razors, and messes … except, of course, for the cascade of whiskers in the bathroom sink. And on the counter. And on the floor. And in the grout between the tiles. And in the soap dish. And

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You Can’t Touch My Hair: And Other Things I Still Have to Explain (Unabridged) – Phoebe Robinson & Jessica Williams – foreword

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Hear an interview and live session with the Nashville new-wave-ish party band who draws inspiration from the sounds of the 1980s.

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This $20 Nose Hair Trimmer Is All You Need

Can we talk about nose hair for a minute? Because every summer, those suckers seem to sprout like they’re on steroids, taking over your nostrils like weeds in a garden. Sure, genetics plays a role in determining who gets the full-on troll look. But most guys are resigned to an adulthood, or at least a season, of awkward hairiness in embarrassing places — for which they should seek the easiest,

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The Two Hair Products Every Man Needs

Naive men will try to nail every look with a single hair product; most of us, though, realize that's a vain pursuit. But that doesn't mean you need a medicine cabinet full of bottles, jars, and tubes! Whether you’re going for the natural daytime look or a slicker evening style, a gel and a clay are all you need. Known mainly for their skincare products, Kiehl’s has launched a gel and a clay

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Get Rid of Grey Hair While You Shower

So, your handsome head of brown hair is looking … a little less than brown these days. But damned if you’ll be caught getting a dye job at your wife’s salon. That’s oaky — you can keep your pride and still shed the grays with a new shampoo from Just For Men.

Yes, the brand’s been around for forever (30 years, to be exact). But there’s a reason they’re still in business despite all the

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Mike Vick Regrets Kaepernick Hair Comments: ‘Truly Sorry For What I Said’

Mike Vick says he never should’ve suggested Colin Kaepernick cut his afro to look more presentable to NFL owners … and admits he “should’ve used a better choice of words” when addressing the free agent QB. Vick’s been under fire since he made…

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Maria Borges (and Her Gorgeous Natural Hair) Made History at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

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All the Celebrities Brad Pitt Is Unexpectedly Twinning With Thanks to His New Hair

Brad Pitt's hair in his new spread for V magazine is…different for the star. Layered with height at the crown, it recalls several iconic haircuts, some from today, and some from the '80s and '90s…


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Is Double Shampooing the Secret to Perfect Hair?

You’ve heard of multimasking (the simultaneous use of more than one face mask to address different skin-care concerns), but what happens when you apply the same customized concept to washing your hair? Enter double shampooing.
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The Best Movie Hair of All Time

Sometimes the hair in a movie is so damn good, it distracts you from the plot—or inspires your new haircut. Check out the most memorable, gorgeous, jaw-dropping hair we’ve ever seen on the big screen.
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9 Hair Oils to Alleviate an Itchy, Irritated Scalp

Itchy, irritated scalp? Yea, we know the feeling, and the answer is surprising: “Oils are really the route to go,” says Ron Robinson, a cosmetic chemist and founder of beautystat.com. “If the scalp is dry, by using oils you’re coating it with products that keep moisture while conditioning.” Here, nine of ’em that lock in moisture and provide soothing relief when your scalp goes berserk.
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My Daughter Cut Her Own Hair, and the World Didn’t End

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This Is How a Celebrity Hairstylist Curls Hair With a Flatiron

If getting curls with a flatiron has always puzzled the living daylights out of you, this little clip the Streicher Sisters (meaning makeup artist Jen, brow guru Kristie, and hairstylist Ashley) just posted will help…


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11 Types of Hair Rollers for Every Curl and Wave

Rollers—perhaps the only beauty product associated with both willowy models backstage and grannies in bunny slippers and Barcaloungers—are suddenly the hair tool of the moment. And there are as many different types as there are cool looks to create with them. Here, the definitive guide.
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10 Times We Stole Hair Inspiration From the Boys

Fact: There’s an endless amount of good hair inspiration on Pinterest and Instagram. Little known fact: Some of our favorite styles are coming from guys. That’s right, and we are taking notice of the singers, actors, and male models who are spending more and more time tending to their hair. Here, some unique, edgy—and yes, even pretty—looks to steal from the boys.
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How to Get Julia Roberts’s Hair and Makeup From Her Allure Cover Shoot

Here’s the inside scoop on what went into the breezy, bohemian hair and natural makeup look for Roberts’s latest Allure photo shoot.
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Annnnnd Now Kylie Jenner’s Hair Is Green

Just when we thought we were done with Kylie Jenner beauty news for the day, she showed up to the grand opening of the Sugar Factory American Brasserie in New York City with mint green…


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7 Genius Ways to Update Your Hair for Fall

Expensive, luxe, cool—a.k.a. your hair once you master fall’s prettiest waves, bounciest blowout, and the one style every model is wearing.
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Say, Does the Hair at DVF and Rachel Zoe’s Spring 2016 Shows Look Awfully Familiar to You?

When it comes to the beauty looks at fashion week, the inspiration spans pretty much anything and everything you can imagine. From the semi-vague (“Pacific Northwest girl”) to the iconic (“Brigitte Bardot on the beach”)…


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30 Fall Hair Ideas, All Celebrity Hairstylist-Approved!

Jen Atkin, the stylist of choice for Kendall Jenner and Chrissy Teigen, reveals her 30 favorite looks right now.


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10 Volumizing Hair Products Under $20

Want to get a Victoria’s Secret model body? (Well, the hair kind at least.) Meet these transforming picks. They won’t exactly help with the mile-long legs or the perfectly toned stomach, but a spritz, dab, spray, or rinse with one of these volumizing wonders and even the flattest, finest, flimsiest hair can achieve bombshell status. The best part? They’re each less than $ 20.
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Sienna Miller Has Red Hair Now! Have You Seen?

Since everything Sienna Miller even looks at turns to cool, we're pretty sure half the world is going to be thinking about red hair soon. That's the new color the actress just debuted at a…


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Model Poppy Delevingne Has a New Hair Color and We’re Obsessed

Model (and sister to Cara) Poppy Delevingne has dyed her icy blond hair a lovely shade of peach. She showed it off in a post meant show off a Topshop sweatshirt that supports cancer charities,…


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Blond Who? Ali Larter Has an Insanely Sexy New Hair Color

Get ready to forget that Ali Larter was ever a blond. She just revealed a mesmerizing new hue on Instagram, and it's going to have you seeing red in your dreams tonight (dye, that is)….


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The 9 Hair Products You Should Steal From Your Stylist

We found 9 hair products that get passed around like a hot piece of gossip. Now, to do a little pilfering of your own.
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Justin Bieber Knows His New Hair Looks Like Kate Gosselin’s

Justin Bieber knows his VMA hair looks like Kate Gosselin’s, OK.
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Hair Change Extravaganza: Taylor Swift, Kylie Jenner, and Justin Bieber All Debuted New Hair Tonight

The pre-show for the VMAs was like a coming out party for celebrity hair changes. Taylor Swift showed us all what she looks like as a brunette when she premiered her "Wildest Dreams" video, Kylie…


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Suffering From Hair Loss? 4 Styling Tricks to Know

Between alopecia, hormonal changes related to pregnancy or birth control, and just plain old stress, women make up 40 percent of hair-loss sufferers. The good news is that there are styling tricks you can use while you wait out any temporary losses—or you and your dermatologist search for a long-term solution. We asked hairstylist Mia Santiago of Sharon Dorram Color at Sally Hershberger in New York City for her best tips.
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How Miley Cyrus Helped Me Grow Up and Make Peace With My Hair

I’m Laurel Pantin. I’m a thinker and a doer. And I am not my hair.
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Let Your Hair Down (Special Edition) – Steve Miller Band

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Can This Trendy Ingredient Give You Better Skin and Hair?

Honey has been used medicinally for hundreds of years, largely because of its antiseptic and healing properties. It’s been said to treat just about every skin issue: acne, wrinkles, inflammation, dryness. And manuka honey (a.k.a. honey that’s sourced from bees that pollinate manuka trees) is especially prized when it comes to skin care for its high antioxidant content. Here, six ways to try out the sweet ingredient yourself.
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‘Empire’ Set Visit’: Taraji P. Henson On Season 2 Fashion, Hair & Storylines

During an ‘Empire’ set visit, Taraji P. Henson talks to Access’ Liz Hernandez about upcoming storylines and more. Plus, Taraji’s Emmy nod reaction.


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‘Walking Dead’ star Norman Reedus forges friendship with fan who’d lost her hair

Reedus “gives the best hugs,” young Ava Truesdale told MTV.


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How to Choose the Right Eyebrow Pencil for Your Hair Color

True story: I have a friend (who shall remain nameless) whose eyebrows make me cringe every time I see them. The reason? They look like they've been drawn on with a Sharpie. Not kidding. It's…


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Van Halen and Mötley Crüe, Stylists of Hair Metal, Play Area Shows

The bands, on separate tours, epitomize two approaches to a genre.
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Snootie Wild On His Green Hair: A Lot Of People Copied It

Memphis rapper and Team Yayo/CMG member, Snootie Wild, sits down with DJ Smallz and reveals the meaning behind his hair.

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The 5 Most Awesome Hair, Makeup, and Nail Looks of the Week

We treat hunting for gorgeous red carpet looks around here like a varsity-level sport, and every Friday we gift to you the fruits of our labor with a roundup of the five most stunning, can't-miss-'em…


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The 9 Most Screenshot-Worthy Hair Feeds on Instagram

Start scrolling through #hairideas posts and you’ll see more looks than there are hairs on your head (1,234,500—and counting). The problem is finding inspo that actually inspires. Here, the braided updos, Lisa Frank-bright streaks, and rumpled waves that earned our likes.
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The 7 Best Hair and Makeup Moments at the Premios Juventud 2015

Round of applause to the glam squads at last night’s Premios Juventud because the looks on our most beautiful Latinas are rich in date-night hair and makeup ideas. See below for the prettiest looks to…


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The 5 Most Awesome Hair, Makeup, and Nail Looks of the Week

We treat hunting for gorgeous red carpet looks around here like a varsity-level sport, and every Friday we gift to you the fruits of our labor with a roundup of the five most stunning, can't-miss-'em…


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14 Ways to Air-Dry Your Hair (No Matter Your Hair Type)

It’s true: We’ve found the best techniques for air-drying your hair in beachy waves, polished bends, and pretty spirals. Each and every one has been vetted and perfected—by celebrities (such as the Olsens), their hairstylists, and the Allure editors who’d rather be on the beach than holed up in a bathroom blow-drying their hair this summer.
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You’ve Gotta See Olivia Munn’s Fun New Hair for X-Men: Apocalypse

Olivia Munn gave us a peek at her hair for role as Psylocke in X-Men: Apocalypse on Instagram this morning, showing off streaks in the character's signature purple shade. #psylocke A photo posted by Olivia…


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How to Tell If Short Hair Would Look Cute on You

It's hard to believe that model Gigi Hadid only became a household name a two years ago when she started her career. After a brief stint at Guess Kids when she was younger, the star…


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Jennifer Lopez Just Chopped Her Hair Even Shorter

How short will she go? After trimming her hair to collarbone length in May, Jennifer Lopez just went for another drastic haircut. In her latest Instagram pic, captioned “Short hair don't care…,” it seems she…


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Kit Harington Wears Long Hair; Internet Melts Down

Kit Harington attends day four of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships on July 2, 2015 in London, England.


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15 New Summer Hair Products You Have to Try

Sun, sand, and an ocean breeze make for a perfect summer day, but they also make a dry, tangled, brassy mess out of your hair. These 15 moisturizing, frizz-fighting, color-protecting, and wave-enhancing products promise to keep your strands looking and feeling healthy.
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Ruby Rose — Lighten Up! Blonde Hair and NO CLOTHES (PHOTO)

Ruby Rose wasn’t always the short-haired brunette, perfect-faced beauty we know today — she used to be a LONG-haired BLONDE, perfect-faced beauty … and yes, she still looked AWESOME.  The new “Orange Is the New Black” star posed for Maxim…

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Eli Manning — Let’s Talk Body Hair … To Shave or Not to Shave?

Ever look at Eli Manning and think … “Hmmm, wonder if that guy shaves his chest hair?” Well, good news — WE JUST FOUND OUT!!!  Eli and his father, Archie Manning, were at Rockefeller Center in NYC this morning…

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7 Non-Cheesy Bridal Hair Accessory Ideas

Despite every connotation running through your head right now, bridal hair accessories don’t have to be cheesy, sparkly, or anything out of a treacly princess fantasy (unless of course, you dig that, in which case it’s totally cool!). “There’s something really demure about a subtle hair accessory,” says hairstylist Ken Paves. You’ll want to get to know your bobby pins—seriously.
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Taraji P. Henson Had the Best Hair Ever in Her Senior Yearbook Photo

The Empire star looks back on doing her own hair and makeup for awards shows, working with Brad Pitt, and more.
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11 Hair Tools From Your Childhood That Were the Worst

Before YouTube, Pinterest, and heat-protectant sprays, it was a very dark, very frizzy time for hair. Here’s a look back at the most questionable beauty tools that ever came near our heads.
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Thinking About Laser Hair Removal? Read This First

Imagine never having to think about hair removal again—life changing, right? But before you plunk down cash (and lots of it) for laser hair removal, you’ll want to know where it works, where it doesn’t, and exactly how much it stings.
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