Pro Styling Tips for Men’s Hairstyles

While most men’s hairstyles have stood the test of time, there are many new looks for men’s hair. Not to mention several variations of the classic cuts to give it a more updated twist.

Not sure how to style your new mens hairstyles? Or how to add some pizzazz to your standard look? We have gathered some tips from professional men’s stylists. Check them out to see which you can add to your daily hair care routine.

Professional Tips for Modern Men’s Hairstyles

  1. Choose the right men’s hairstyle for you

The most important tip we can offer is to find a men’s hairstyle that works for you—your need to choose a look that matches your personality, taste, and lifestyle. If you work in a professional or athletic environment, you might want to avoid longer haircuts that take time to style. If you are more of a free spirit, you would probably prefer a more daring look.

As well you should find a haircut that flatters your facial structure. If you are unsure, you can always ask your barber which style they recommend. If you have a particular look in mind, bring a photo of the men’s hairstyle with you to the barbershop. 

Additionally, you need a hairstyle that will compliment the texture of your hair. Your barber will know what men’s haircuts will best flatter any hair

  1. Listen to your stylist’s advice

Once you have decided on the right haircut, you should ask your barber for tips on how to best style and maintain your new men’s haircut.  We all love the way our hair looks right after leaving the barbershop. Truth be told, most people have trouble recreating that freshly cut and styled look. Talk to your barber before you leave. They can recommend the best products as well as some tips on how to style your hair daily.

  1. Don’t wash your hair every day

While most of us have been taught to wash our hair daily, this is not the case. Overwashing your hair can make it dry and brittle. Also, shampooing daily is not ideal for certain hair types, such as curly or fine hair. Ideally, you should shampoo your hair once or twice a week. Ask your barber for advice if you’re in doubt about how often you should wash your hair.

  1. Use the right products for your hair type

From shampoo and conditioner to gels, mousse, and pomade, there is a hair product for every style and texture of hair. You should be able to find a plethora of products at a big box store, drug store, and so on. However, most men’s hair salons carry extensive hair products for every type and style. As well you can find any number of products online.  Again, your barber will be able to help you determine which products are best for your men’s hairstyle and hair texture.

  1. Keep your hair hydrated.

Washing your hair too frequently can damage your hair. On the opposite end of the spectrum, it’s imperative to hydrate your hair to keep it healthy. This does not mean simply wetting it every day. You need to use a quality conditioner or leave-in conditioner product. Your hair type may require specific hydrating products such as coconut oil, shea butter, and jojoba oil.  You can discuss which products are right for you with your hairstylist.

  1. Avoid using heat on your hair as much as possible.

In today’s busy world, it’s not always possible to allow your hair to air dry and still have time to style it. Heating tools do dry out your hair, so try to avoid them as much as possible. Of course, the best solution for this is a wash-and-go men’s haircut. But try to avoid blow-drying your hair as much as your can to prevent your hair and scalp from drying out. 

  1. Maintain your men’s hairstyle with regular trims.

The secret to the best men’s hairstyles is maintenance. Your hair should be trimmed regularly, depending on how quickly your hair grows. Routine haircuts will maintain your look and help promote hair growth and healthy hair.

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