Healthy, luxurious hair is possible for both men and women, regardless of hair type. There is little to no difference between male and female hair. The difference between male and female hair comes down to maintenance. Men typically take a no-fuss approach and use less heat styling tools and emphasis on maintenance routines.

In this article, we’re going to give you 10 easy care-free tips to help you step up your maintenance routine. These tips will help you avoid dry scalp, hair loss, and other common hair concerns. Let’s start with the basic tips.


Consider Switching To A Sulfate-free shampoo

You should consider switching your shampoo with a sulfate-free shampoo to avoid stripping your scalp from its natural protective oil. To avoid over-stripping your scalp from its natural protective oils,  do not wash more than once a day. You could even stretch your cleansing routine to every other day or more infrequently. Having a sulfate-free shampoo will be an asset to your routine and help keep your scalp’s microbiome in balance.



Invest In Your Hair Maintenance Regime 

Know your hair type and choose the best products that will work best for your hair. This includes everything from shampoo, conditioner, leave-in, styling tools, and styling wax. Having the right products will speed up your hair regime, and give you the freedom to do other things, and have healthy luxurious hair.



African American Hair Tips

There are a variety of beautiful types of African American hair, ranging from straight, wavy, coiled, or kinky. Regardless of your hair type, it’s important to keep it well-nourished and moisturized. Use leave-in and rinse-out conditioners are your best friend for keeping locks healthy, and hydrated. If you have long hair, it’s extremely important to invest in products that are made for black textured hair. Some of the best ingredients include shea butter and avocado oil. These ingredients are known for their moisturizing and shine attributes. Use soft styling gels instead of gels that provide a firm hold.



Tips For Gray Hair

 Most people begin developing gray or white hair before the age of 50. This happens due to the slow down of the production of melanin in the hair. This can result in a dry and brittle texture. To combat this, you should consider keeping it conditioned and using leave-in treatments. If you decide to take the color approach go with a color blend of 50 percent gray and 50 percent color of your natural hair. This is a softer and healthier option for coloring gray hair.



Hair Care Tips For Curly Hair

Managing curly hair is a job of its own. The challenge lies in dealing with dry hair, breakage, and frizz. The key is to choose products that will hydrate and enhance your hair texture. Also, make sure to use conditioners regularly. A few small changes to your morning routine can make all the difference later. Shampoo only once every 2-3 days to keep curls hydrated, and use a moisturizing conditioner to cut back on frizz. Also, instead of vigorously rubbing your hair with a towel, gently pat your hair dry and leave a little moisture.



Dry Scalp Hair Care Hacks

Dry scalp can be brought on for a number of reasons. Regardless of the cause, prevention is the key to avoid dry scalp. Consider choosing a product that contains tea tree oil.  Tea Tree oil is known for its antiseptic, antifungal, and antibiotics properties. There are other home remedies that you can give a try, such s coconut oil, tea tree, or aloe vera.



Oily Hair Tips

Having oily or greasy hair is not cool. Oily hair usually happens when the scalp produces too much sebum ( oil). This can be brought on by overwashing your hair. When you’re washing your hair too often, your scalp gets the message that it needs to produce more oil.  Which ultimately results in oily buildup on your scalp. If you are struggling with oily hair consider using dry shampoo or shampoos that are specifically for oily hair



Last But Not Least, Hair Loss

If you’re experiencing hair loss you have options, all is not lost. First and foremost you should consult with your physician to rule out any underlying medical issues. You can consider using Rogaine or take the pharmaceutical route and explore Propecia.  Propecia is a drug that is prescribed to primarily stop hair loss. It works by blocking dihydrotestosterone  ( DHT) in the scalp and allows for the hair follicles to grow. If you rather take a non-medical approach and prefer instant results of having the look of natural hair growing out of your scalp, then you should consider non-surgical hair replacement systems. Schedule a free hair loss evaluation and let’s see if you’re a candidate for non-surgical men’s hair replacement.