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4 Ways To Get Thicker, Healthier Hair That Impresses



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If you want to feel and look fresh with hair that impresses when you hit the town for a boys’ night out, then you need to take good care of it.

However, you have to remember that healthy hair is achieved through consistent self-care. Regular routines are part of this, but an extra boost is sometimes required as well.

A simple hair washing routine and using professional equipment like hairdresser scissors aren’t always enough to get it looking and feeling healthy. If your ordinary routine isn’t working, here are four ways you can revitalize your hair health so you can catch the attention of all the right people.

1) Eat well and take vitamins

Maintaining a healthy diet is essential to follicle growth. Unhealthy foods can lead to oily scalps and flat, thin strands. Eating plenty of fruit and vegetables and drinking lots of water will all contribute to healthy follicle growth.

If your diet is already healthy, but your scalp isn’t benefiting, then you might need to consider taking supplements. Normal vitamins can help stimulate hair growth, but a targeted tablet may be better.

Supplements like gummy hair vitamins are made to help stimulate growth. This type of vitamin is great for solving hair problems caused by mild vitamin deficiencies.

2) Wash and dry the right way

Hair washing isn’t always straightforward. There is a right and wrong way to do it, and many people do the wrong way without knowing it.

First things first, choose the right shampoo and conditioner. Consider your hair type:

● Do you have a dry or oily scalp?
● Is your hair thick or thin, curly or straight?
● Is it dyed, graying, or entirely natural?

Your answers to these questions will determine what type of shampoo you should be using.

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When it comes to washing, there are several things you should do. Only use cold or lukewarm water, as hot water can damage follicles and dry out your scalp. You should also gently pat your hair dry and avoid using a blow dryer to prevent similar damages.

If you’re one of the many men who suffer from an itchy, flaky scalp, investing in a scalp brush can help keep you flake- and itch-free.

3) Trim, style, and protect

The longer you grow your hair out, the shaggier and messier it will look. That won’t impress the ladies.

For men, a regular trim every few weeks encourages new growth for both short and long-haired men. Even just a light dusting or fade can help keep you looking fresh.

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To get that showstopping shine, give your hair a good brush through every morning. This stimulates blood flow in the scalp and gets rid of loose strands. It’s also a good way to stimulate the follicles to decrease your chances of male pattern hair loss later in life.

Protection is also essential. If you’re a regular swimmer or spend a lot of time in the sun, wear a hat or use a protective mousse. You can even find men’s SPF products for hair these days.

4) Take time to relax

Stress can damage follicle growth, making your ‘do look tired and dull. De-stressing should therefore be an important part of your daily routine.

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Make sure you get enough sleep each night. If you’re not taking care of yourself, your hair will reflect that. Eight hours of sleep each night is recommended.

Aside from sleep, take time off work or other duties to relax. This might be reading a book, having a bath, or taking yourself out on an adventure.


If your hair looks thin and tired, follow the guidance above to achieve a thicker, healthier head of hair that will turn heads when you walk in the room. De-stressing, eating well, and taking targeted vitamins work well alongside your ordinary routine.

The more care you take over your hair, the healthier it will be. You will feel and look much more confident, and it will show in the attention you grab.

Hi, my name is Erick Ycaza. I have a BA in Advertising & Graphic Design. This blog is to provide you with daily music news and share my personal style.

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