So you've got a fantastic hairstyle. So, what's next? Here's our guide on styling men's hair, which covers everything from how to use a comb or brush and make a part to at-home hair color. We also provide styling suggestions for short, medium, and long hair, as well as thin, thick, curly, and naturally curly hair. Not only that, but there's more. Continue reading to learn how to regain control of your hair.
How To Use A Brush Or Comb
It appears straightforward, but with so many options, it might be confusing. Here's everything you need to know about it.
Straight hair, creating sections, and shaping hair are all best done using combs. Use a wide-toothed comb to detangle hair and evenly distribute hair product on thick, wavy, and curly hair types.
Hairbrushes are available for both men and women. They work best on fine, straight, and long hair to detangle and add volume. Brushes are also necessary for the drying of hair. Special blow-drying brushes with vents, as well as circular brushes for straightening hair, are available.
Brushing your hair can also assist distribute scalp oils and increase circulation, or it can just be done for the sake of feeling good.
What Is The Best Way To Blow Dry Your Hair?
To begin, you should blow dry your hair. Consider adding this style tool to your arsenal unless you have fine hair that dries rapidly or textured hair that is better air-dried. Blow drying hair reduces style time, helps hair stand taller, and makes straightening hair easier. You'll have soft, smooth, and lustrous hair that only needs a smidgeon of product to keep it in place all day.
Blow dryers come in a variety of pricing ranges. For guys with medium to short hair, a more expensive brand in a smaller size can save money. Check that the dryer has a variety of heat settings as well as a cold setting.
To blow dry your hair, follow these steps:
1. Use a Heat Shield This can be an oil, serum, or spray that protects hair from blow dryer heat damage. It's best to use it on damp hair.
2. Hair should be combed into place. The purpose of blow-drying is to use heat to fix hair in the desired position. Define the portion and basic form of the style before it dries.
3. Blow + Brush Pull portions of hair up and out of the head with a vented or round brush while blasting them with air. Try a circular brush with boar bristles to smooth hair and air vents to speed up blow-drying for thick or straight hair. A vented brush can do what you need it to do for different hair types.
4. Turned Around If you're looking for more volume, blow-drying your hair in the other way will help it stand up. Blast the roots by leaning over and turning your hair upside down. To achieve the same effect as a side part hairstyle, blow against the direction in which the hair is parted.
5. Shot in the Dark Set the style with a blast of cool air once your hair is completely dry and where you want it.
Apply a hold product to your hair once it's in place.
Hair Parting Techniques
To create a new part, use a comb for a straight and defined part. Some combs have a pointed tip or tail designed for this. Comb hair back, define a comb line, and separate hair with fingers. Line a side part up with the peak of a brow, edge or a brow, or edge of the forehead. For a middle part, use the center of the nose as a guide to approximate the center of the head.