<p>Hair Care for Men: 5 answers to the most frequent hair questions</p>

Hair Care for Men: 5 answers to the most frequent hair questions

by Paige Exell -

Surprisingly enough, women are not alone when it comes to worrying about their appearance. Men too, put effort into what they look like, how their hair is styled, and how it's kept. Whether they're trying to draw the attention of the ladies or simply trying to feel better about themselves, many men turn to beauty tips from the pros to get the answers they need.

In order to help men get the answers they're looking for, Get The Look is answering 5 popular men's hair questions. From balding to dandruff and greasy hair, here are a few ways you can improve your hair's health.

MEN'S HAIR CARE: 5 ANSWERS TO FRQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

BALDNESS: WHAT CAN I DO TO REDUCE HAIR LOSS?

Hair loss is undoubtedly the most troublesome and natural phenomenon that many men will face during their lives. Fortunately, baldness can be slowed down and controlled in a number of ways. First, there are hair care products specifically designed for hair loss. They may not make your hair grow, but they will strengthen hair and prevent loss in the future. If hair loss is an issue for you, avoid using styling products that are too firm and harsh on the hair. If products don't do it for you, a healthy lifestyle that contains the proper nutrients and care can help!

I HAVE AN IRRITATED SCALP AND DANDRUFF. HOW CAN I CALM REDNESS AND FLAKING?

Your irritate scalp is quite likely the result of a hair care routine that doesn't fit your hair's needs. There are two types of dandruff: Dry and greasy. If you have a dry scalp, dandruff will flake off of your head and onto your shoulders. This is linked to a lack of sebum production. On the other hand, oily dandruff is larger and remain on the hair, which can lead to hair loss and the formation of bacteria and fungi. The most important thing to know when it comes to treating dandruff is to know what hair treatments are right for your specific needs. Check with a pharmacist or cosmetician who will guide you to the correct product.

MY HAIR BECOMES GREASY QUICKLY. WHAT CAN I DO TO CONTROL EXCESSIVE SEBUM PRODUCTION?

Oily hair is related to hyper production of sebum by the sebaceous glands. And men who have this problem normally resort to washing their hair on a daily basis – which can cause irritation. To combat excess sebum, choose a shampoo for oily hair, and use it twice per week. You can also apply a clay mask once per week after shampooing your hair. Make sure to avoid greasy hair styling products like gel and opt for a matte finish paste or spray. Finally, try to eliminate foods that are rich in fats and sugars from your diet to decrease sebum production.

I HAVE GREYS. SHOULD I DYE IT?

If you have grey hairs, heading to the salon for a dye job is an option. But if you aren't ready to make a trip to the salon just yet, there are ways to make your grey hairs look great! Try simply combing it in a way that makes your greys less visible, or use a dark gel that will help cover up your unwanted colour. You can also try a roots re-touching spray in your hair colour to help hide greys!

I NEED A HAIRCUT. WHAT ARE THE CURRENT TRENDS?

Current hair trends for men include natural undulations, fringed cuts and messy, tousled waves which are all great for showing off a neat and stylish hairstyle. If you're not the clean-shaven type, go for a cool man bun or check out our website dedicated to hair trends: hair-style.ca !

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