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Monday, July 20, 2009

Choosing a Hair Styling Product for Men

Men want to style their hair naturally to get the specific look they want and feel better about themselves. Generally, this can be accomplished easily with styling products like hair pomades.

Since men prefer wearing short hair, they don't have to worry too much about damaged hair problems like frizz or split ends. By simply using strong-hold hair wax, they can achieve a wide variety of hair styles.

Choosing a male hair styling product is key to nurture the needs of men's hair; evenly distributing hold and structure or focus on a particular area to create definition and contrast, finish, scent, ingredients, etc. Products like MenScience Hair Styling Pomade enable men to configure their hair in motley fashions. It can be used to give a matte finish, or wet glossy look to the hair. It's ideal for men with thick hair, and for all hair lengths.

If you are choosing a hair styling product, look for Hair Styling Promade from MenScience, which is perfect for all kinds of hair, and to add shine to fine hair. This hair wax is nice for curly hair if want to keep your curls together. It's made with natural beeswax and other natural hair nurturing ingredients to support and repair your hair.

  • If you have thick hard hair, avoid using gels and hair sprays.

  • If you want extra hold, apply hair pomade to dry hair. For natural soft hold, simply rub pomade between fingers to warm and soften, then run fingers through the hair to distribute evenly.

  • To allow your hair to breathe and support healthy-growth, use a Daily Shampoo to help revitalize its texture and to naturally exfoliate with hair nutrients.

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Friday, January 25, 2008

Hair-Raising Trivia about Men's Hair

The upcoming political elections might not be the only reason men are tearing their hair out.

It seems like since the dawn of time, men have experienced a love-hate relationship with that crop of follicles sprouting from their scalps (and don't be fooled, ladies...we only make it LOOK like we could care less about it). Here's some interesting facts about men and their horrible, wonderful heads of hair throughout history:
  • Ancient Romans often had a slave on staff to act as their personal hairdressers.
  • Japanese samurai would cut hair their hair off as a sign of defeat. Even their wives would shave their heads and sometimes follow a spiritual life when they lost honor or a loved one.
  • Many African tribes used grease, red dirt and sometimes animal feces to style their locks.
  • Long hair and beards was usually the norm for men up until the early 20th century, when lice and flea infestations called for shorter haircuts.
When you're done perusing the trivia, check out our new article, Men's Hair Care, at MenScience and be thankful how far we've come!

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