Heads Up: Taking Care of Your Hair

May 13, 2015

There are few things more important to the modern gentleman than his hair.

Much more than just a random collection of follicles, a gentleman’s hair is an expression of his style and should be cared for as such. Left to fate, it’s much more likely that the bristles on your bonce will resemble a particularly battered brush rather than the lustrous mane which is the pride and joy of any true gentleman. 

Dandruff, split ends and oily hair are all conundrums which can befall even the most informed of gents. Untreated, they can wreak havoc on your hair’s health and make your hair look unkempt and ungentlemanly.

But this doesn’t mean that you should be rushing out to buy the latest hair care product that everyone is using without a second thought.

Whilst many of your friends may be raving about the Argan oil they slather on their locks, or singing the praises of that new styling product that is the subject of countless articles in GQ and Men’s Health, there is no guarantee that these same products will have an identical effect on your tresses.

If you’re going to keep your hair looking its best, you’re going to need to find out which products are suited to the type of hair that marks your mop.

In the following guide we aim to give you the information you need to know and the products you need to be using to help avoid any of these follicular follies and make sure that your hair feels healthy and looks fantastic.


Identifying your hair type

Taking care of normal hair

Keeping oily hair under control

How to treat your dry hair and sensitive scalp

With the changes to your hair type that will happen over the years, your journey to the well maintained mop will be a long and at times frustrating one. But by following the advice above will undoubtedly set you along the right path.




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