1. Always tell a new hairdresser how much time has passed since your last haircut.
Barbers know how long it takes for the hair to grow, so if you tell them how long Since your hair was cut for the last time, they can imagine what your hair looked like when they were. From there, you can tell them that you want the result to be the same or describe how you want it to be different from the last time.
2. Adapt your haircut to the shape of your face.
If you have a rounder face, get a tighter haircut on the sides. If you have a longer face, ask for longer hair on the sides and around the temples.
3. Go about a month between haircuts.
If your hair is shorter, you should go sooner, but if your hair is longer, it is probably best to wait a month and a half to two months
4. Keep the sides short if you are dealing with male pattern baldness.
Get the close cut sides with scissors or clippers and the short top with the brushed hair on the side. Do not take any type of room because you do not want hard lines that would draw attention to the “problem area”.
5. Wash your hair only three times a week.
Most professional hairdressers agree that you should wash your hair at least every two or three days. Some hairdressers, like Van Capizzano of Ball and Buck in Boston, even advocate not to use shampoo.
6. Achieve the effectiveness of a wash bag.
With a laundry bag can be used for underwear, for men, it becomes an excellent tool for washing moccasin socks, watchbands and anything that could get lost in the fall.
7. Use sunscreen to do more than prevent sunburn.
Broad-spectrum sunscreen protects the skin from harmful UV rays, which can also cause wrinkles and skin damage. Dr. Terrence Keaney, a dermatologist working for Dove Men + Care, recommends the use of a moisturizer with a sunscreen component of at least SPF 30 for optimal effect, but any type of protection is better than nothing.
8. Learn the correct number of times to wash your face in one day.
Let’s hope you wash your face every day. But do you wash enough? Keaney recommends that her male patients wash their face twice a day – and only twice a day.
9. Use antiperspirant deodorant properly.
The best time to put on your antiperspirant or deodorant is at night, before going to bed.
Indeed, it takes time for your antiperspirant to use his magic and closes the sweat ducts of his armpits. Once this process is completed, good antiperspirants and deodorants usually last 24 to 48 hours. You will have enough time to dry after the application.