10 Healthy Hair Hacks EVERY GUY SHOULD TRY | 10 Healthy Hair Tips for Men
It doesn’t matter your hair style or how much hair you have. In this video men’s style, grooming, fitness and lifestyle expert, Aaron Marino of IAmAlphaM https://iamalpham.com/ AaronMarino https://aaronmarino.com/ Pete & Pedro https://peteandpedro.com/ Tiege Hanley https://www.tiege.com/and ENEMY https://enemy.com/ says what matters is if it’s healthy.
Tips to have luscious locks of AMAZINGNESS!
1. Reduce the temperature of your water — super hot water is terrible for your hair as well as your entire body.
2. Don’t use too much shampoo — about a quarter size amount is all you need (unless you have super long hair).
3 Work your scalp when shampooing — don’t be aggressive but you do need to work the scalp because it’s where build-up forms. Invest in a shampoo brush that has soft bristles that gently massages your scalp (stimulates blood flow for a healthier scalp and hair).
4. Don’t overly shampoo your hair — skip using shampoo for every other shower to leave some natural oils. What is the best shampoo? Normal hair needs a high quality shampoo with tea tree oil (it makes your scalp healthy). If you have dry hair, use a hydrating shampoo with argan oil to smooth the hair shaft. If you have dandruff, use a shampoo with coal tar as an ingredient.
5. Everyone needs to use a conditioner — leave it on for 5-minutes before rinsing.
6. Towel dry correctly — pat and move rather than destroying your hair.
7. If you use a hair dryer: turn down the heat, don’t hold too close to your hair / scalp, use a heat protectant spray before drying.
8. If you want volume, use a sea salt spray pre-styler. Alpha uses SALT + Putty for volume and texture without being crunchy or hard.
9. Upgrade to higher quality hair products — cheap products equate to bad ingredients that damage your hair. Quality products are a bit more expensive, but your hair will look and feel better. Plus, the quality products will perform better.
10. Do not wear a hat! — if it’s too tight, less blood flood happens. Less blood flow means less oxygen and nutrients to your scalp and hair. Make sure to let your head and hair breathe.