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Luscious Locks for Men: 4 Care Tips to Consider If You Have Long Hair


Long hair is generally harder to maintain than shorter hair. There are so many things that you have to take into consideration to keep your hair looking great. Here are some tips to help you maintain your long hair.

Maintain a Healthy Lifestyle

Eating right, exercising, and getting enough sleep are more than just good for your body. It also helps to keep your hair healthy looking as well. You may have been able to get away with a less healthy lifestyle when your hair was shorter. However, in order to maintain that shiny hair, you need to eat the right mix of vitamins and nutrients. This is the way to keep your hair healthy from the inside to the outside. You’ll also have to be more careful with how much time you spend in the sun. Sunlight can be harmful to your hair just like to your skin.

Choose the Right Shampoo

The right shampoo and conditioner can mean the difference between a good hair day and one that you want to hide. Longer hair requires more maintenance. This means that you’ll need to set aside more time for your daily grooming routine. Another thing to take into consideration is your shower. Longer hair can clog the drain. If your drain becomes clogged, consider calling a drain cleaning service. You may also want to consider using a drain guard. This way, maintaining your hair doesn’t cause external issues like that.

Keep It Loose

Many men make the mistake of tying their hair up too tight. If this is something that you’re doing, it can cause your hair to fall out faster. This is because you’re adding strain to the roots of your hair. Stretching the hair can also present another problem. Ponytails and buns that are too tight can start to damage the hair itself. You may notice that your hair seems frizzier or harder to manage than before. This doesn’t mean that you can’t tie your hair back. Just leave yourself a little extra slack.

Watch Those Split Ends

Longer hair is more prone to damage. This means that you need to trim it more regularly. Split ends can start to develop, and make your hair look unkempt. It’s a good idea to have your hair trimmed at least once every six weeks. This will cut down on the amount of damaged ends that you have to contend with on a daily basis. One way to cut down on the split ends is to dry your hair carefully. Don’t use a blow dryer, and don’t overuse the towel. Let your hair air dry naturally.

In order to maintain your healthy head of hair, you have to be proactive. Hair is more sensitive than you may think!

Luscious Locks for Men: 4 Care Tips to Consider If You Have Long Hair

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