Haircare Is Not Just For Women – Here Are Some Amazing Hairstyles Tips

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Hair is a part of the body that we often take for granted. We brush it, shampoo it and style it until we can find some time to tend to its needs. But many people overlook this important aspect of their appearance – men in particular. Men with longer hair may not get haircuts as often, but they still need to care for their locks.

Also, know how hair care is not just for women. All of us need to take care of our hair and achieve that desired hairstyle we’ve always wanted. You can start by washing your hair every day and applying conditioner and then getting a haircut and using styling products like mousse or gel which you can buy at supermarkets or beauty stores. When you get haircuts, you should ask the barber or hairdresser to show you how to style your hair properly. If you want some amazing hairstyles, here are simple steps on how to do it yourself at home.

Start with dry hair.

Put your hair in a ponytail.

Pull the ponytail through the opening of a t-shirt or turtleneck.

Thread one end of your hair through the other side of the t-shirt, then pull it back through to make a second loop. Add more loops until you’re comfortable with how many loops are on your head.

Loosely tie the end of the hair to form a knot at the top of your head (or tie it around itself).

 Section your hair into four parts (front, back, and both sides). Using a wide-tooth comb or brush, carefully comb through your hair. This will help calm frizzies.

Divide your hair into small sections, between four to six sections depending on the length of your hair. Put your hair in a ponytail with about an inch or two sectioned off from all the other sections that you put together. Pin the end section closest to your ear away so it doesn’t get styled. Repeat this process until you have pinned away all but one section, which will be used for styling.

Use hot rollers to curl one side of your hair by clamping two or three hot rollers starting at the nape of your neck, moving up toward the crown of your head, and then out again toward the ends of your hair. Make sure not to hold the hot rollers in one place for more than a second. Keep any hair under the rollers and wait until the hot rollers cool before removing them.

Repeat Step 3 on your other side of your head.

Wait five to ten minutes so that hair has time to cool. Remove the rollers without taking out locks of hair from underneath them, and use your fingers to gently tease all of your hair for added volume.

Twist two strands around each other and pin it across or below your ponytail holder to create a simple braid.

Let down all but one sectioned off part of your hair (that is in a ponytail). Take out the rubber band or elastic band holding everything together in your ponytail.

Start with the section that is farthest away from your ear, then take three sections of hair together and braid it. Continue braiding all the way down to the ends of your hair. Secure it with a rubber band or an elastic band once you’ve reached the bottom part of your hair. Do the same on the other side. You can let it hang loose or tie each braid in a knot at the back of your head for fun options to suit any occasion!

Comb through hair gently, making sure not to cause frizzies.

Let down all but one sectioned off part of your hair (that is in a ponytail). Take out the rubber band or elastic band holding everything together in your ponytail.

Use the remaining section of hair and divide it into three sections.

Using a wide-tooth comb or brush, carefully comb through your hair to get rid of knots and any frizzies still there. This will help calm all flyaways and lay down your hair perfectly before you begin to style it.

Take one section and twist into a tight curl around your finger, then secure with a pin that matches your hair color (like bobby pins) away from your face. Repeat on each section until you have curled all but the last section, which you should keep straight for now. You can make another hairstyle by making some curls loose while some are tight – this way it looks more interesting! Use hairspray and any other hair products (like a shine spray in your temples or at the front of your hair to add some glisten!) to keep it in place.

Turn the ends of your ponytail inward so it’s hidden away from sight, and tie an elastic band around it. This creates a ‘bubble’ look on the base of your head, and can be easily fixed into a bun for another occasion! You can completely wrap the bubble into a bun if you want a tighter look, or do a simple half-up, half-down bun with your hair if you want to keep it looser.

If you have very thick hair and can’t wrap the bubble into a bun because of its sheer volume, tie up all but one section of your hair. Twist the remaining section into a loose braid as usual until you reach the end of your hair. Tie off with an elastic band at the bottom then let everything else down from that point onwards!

In order to style your ponytail for any occasion or just if you want something new out of your hairdo:

You can make it high (like on an evening out) high and beehive like (great for proms of weddings), low (nice for work every day) or somewhere in between (perfect for school).

Want some added volume on top? Tease the roots of your hair by backcombing it. If you want something even more voluminous, tease it on both sides to create more sideswept looks.

For a sleek look, comb your hair completely flat on top with oil-free hairspray and use a fine-tooth comb. You can also use body sculpting wax or gel instead of hairspray so that your hairstyle will last longer! Add shine spray around the front parts of your hair to glisten in any light.

For frizzy ends, apply mousse at the ends of your hair where it’s most frizzy (don’t use near your roots or else you’ll end up looking like a big greaseball!). Use mousse sparingly – too much will weigh down your hair and make it look flat.

Comb through hair gently, making sure not to cause any more frizzies. You can now take out the rubber band or elastic band holding everything together in your ponytail.

Put on some fashion gloves before touching your tresses with heated tools like curling irons, straighteners, etc. A good quality one will protect against heat damage and won’t catch on fire! A fashion glove can also help reduce snagging on certain types of materials that might create tears/runs if you’re wearing something with an eye-popping print or embellishment.

Comb it down and start to curl your pieces in the opposite direction of how they were originally pinned. If you curled them up towards your face, leave them down, but if you curled them away from your face, curl them back up so that they frame it nicely!

Style any loose hairs or flyaways around your face with a smoothing cream (don’t use this near your roots though because it will make everything flat). Apply another layer of hairspray on top of everything for maximum hold.

For more volume, tease the roots before backcombing (careful not to get too carried away!) then comb it down like I said above. Add shine spray around the front parts of your hair to glisten in any light.

Style your ponytail for a high-up occasion by teasing the roots and backcombing, combing it down and curling everything away from your face. Keep a few pieces at the front loose so you won’t look too wiggy! Curl those pieces up towards your face, then twist them into a bun or something similar. You can style this look as low as well by not backcombing as much!

Comb through the hair gently before starting with step 5. Start brushing out tangles from all over, working your way up to the elastic band holding everything together in your ponytail. Once you’ve brushed everything out, take off that rubber band or elastic band holding your ponytail, and start step 5. This style is great for adding volume to fine hair!

Add shine spray around the front parts of your hair (note: don’t add this onto the section you want to curl). Braid that section and leave it like that until later on. Once you’ve styled it back into a ponytail, braid any loose pieces or flyaways around your face and twist them up together to form something similar to a bun! Separate some pieces so you get volume throughout.

Braid everything down before doing anything else in order to get rid of tangles! If there’s still tangles left after braiding, comb them out with a wide-tooth comb. Spray everything with some oil-controlling hairspray to keep the flyaways at bay before starting on step 5.

Comb it down and start curling your pieces in the opposite direction of how they were originally pinned (so if you pinned them up towards your face, curl them down so that they frame your face nicely). If you curled away from your face, leave them down but curl them back up around the front. Curl any random pieces or flyaways around your face as well! Make sure to style it upwards for more volume!

Repeat step 4 before starting on step five. Style any loose pieces or flyaways around your face up together to make a messy bun! Don’t put too much of the gel or hairspray near your roots because it will make everything flat against your head.

Tease the roots before starting on step five, combing everything down afterward. Curl any flyaways with a small-barrel curling iron! Be careful not to burn yourself with that thing though! If you can, leave some pieces down around the front of your hair.

To care for your hair, you need to invest in good products and a quality haircut. This blog post has provided three tips that will help men with long locks take better care of their appearance: buy high-quality product brands, wash your hair every day and get a professional trim! If you still think this is too much work or want some more personalized advice on how to maintain healthy looking hair, let us know. Our team of experts are ready and waiting to partner with you so we can create an SEO or marketing plan that targets the needs of both genders. Which tip about caring for your mane do you find most interesting? Let us know by commenting below!

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