Hair is always considered as a pride of appearance for both men and women. There is not much difference in the properties of hair in men and women but the actual difference is the volume they both grow their hair. Since these properties are almost the same, the care should not be discriminated against as well, mens usually don't invest time or products on their hair like women but we are here to give some awesome facts and care tips to change your hair care routine and helps to change your overall look to more handsome than before.




Drying your hair after cleaning or a shower is important for its’s more prone to damage when they are wet rubbing wet hair with a towel causes some of the hair to become caught in the threads of the towel and stretches hairs past their breaking point. In turn, this causes damage to the outer layers of hair, as well as split ends and frizziness.The best way to dry your hair is to pat dry your hair after you shake out excess water while gently stroking it in the direction it grows.Air drying your hair is recommended than blow drying but if you're really short on time you can, but keep in mind to go low on heat as possible.



Your scalp is enriched by natural oils which helps to balance moisture and nurture your hair, but hot water actually rinses off these essential oils from your scalp which make the scalp dry, so the best option is to rinse your head with moderate water temperature.



Hair fall at the top is a common thing, never try to look creepier  by combing long hair at sides to top where there is no hair, instead cut your hair in a way which suits your looks.The important thing to do is make your hair look healthier.



There are wide varieties of hair care products for men in the market but it is advised to use the products which are needed for your hair and suit your requirements. Moreover, using more natural products than synthetics is recommended for a strong and healthy hair.


Oily Scalp


When you’re considering your purchase, avoid shampoos that are labeled as moisturizing or hydrating while choosing those that are called “strengthening,” “balancing,” or “daily clarifying.” You should also make sure that you work your shampoo deeply into your scalp to help break up excess oils.


Dry Scalp


A dry scalp is the type that often feels dry and itchy, and plagued by dandruff. But there are varying degrees of a dry scalp and you should buy shampoos and conditioners accordingly. If you have minor dryness, a shampoo that promotes moisture and hydration will help. If your scalp is extremely dry, then it’s a good idea to look for ingredients, such as tea tree oil, that have extensive moisturizing properties. Shampoos that you don’t want to purchase if you have a dry scalp are those called ‘strengthening’, ‘fortifying’, or ‘volumizing’ on their label.


Normal Scalp


Good for you if you have a normal scalp. That means your hair is generally easy to manage, has the right amount of oil, and that you don’t have to over-complicate things when shopping for products. Your primary mission is to find a shampoo that has a balance between moisturizing and cleaning.

Based on the nature of your hair these products can be used


a)long straight hair : It's recommended to use dry shampoo and serum on long straight which will reduce the chance of excessive oil adding and reduce chances of frisk.

b) Long curly hair : Shampooing every third day with conditioners are recommended to give a more voluminous, curly hair often gets tangled so adding serum is recommended to de-tangle those mighty curls

c) Short hair: Styling short hair has a huge array of options, you can either apply gel for a wet sexy look or apply hair wax for a matte classy one.

Cleansing with shampoos with low sulfate products is recommended for healthy strong hair




Keep yourself hydrated to protect from dry scalp. Drink plenty of water if your working out or living in a warmer place

Biotin is essential for keeping the fatty membranes of your hair cells healthy which, in turn, grow and multiply. Biotin represents the “right kind” of fat in your diet and you’ll find it in foods such as salmon, avocados, and nuts.

Vitamins E and C also aid hair growth. Vitamin E is an antioxidant that improves blood flow, which promotes a healthier scalp, while vitamin C promotes the production of collagen, a key building block for healthy hair, skin, and nails.


Many medications and supplements may lead to hair loss, as well. The list of medications includes antidepressants, blood pressure meds, excessive doses of vitamin A, and anticoagulants.