Category Archives: For Men

Older Men’s Hairstyles for 2016

Some men’s hairstyles becomes much easier to address as men get older… because they go bald. If that’s happened to you or your partner, then it’s probably best to focus on the money you’ll save on haircuts & haircare products, and the amount of time you’ll save getting ready in the morning!

Toupee’s are NOT recommended… sorry guys. It’ll be bald hairstyles for you from now on, unless you want to go down the hair transplant path.

On the other hand, if you or your partner are lucky enough to be a man who is over 50 and still has a full set of hair, there now are more options than ever for you to get a handsome hairstyle.

Modern Men’s Haircuts

Mens haircuts over 50 - pompadour

Mens haircuts over 50 – pompadour

Even if you’re not going bald, there are some haircuts for men with thinning hair that you may want to consider.

For example, the pompadour allows you to keep your length on top, while shaving, cutting or clipping the sides very short – even back to the scalp.

This can be a very stylish and confident men’s haircut, which will work just as well in the office environment as it will on the weekend or the golf course.

The only downside? It does require extra products to keep the hair in place, and may even involve blowdrying your hair each day for the best wave effect.

Caesar men's hairstyle

Caesar men’s hairstyle

If the pompadour isn’t quite your style, you could always keep things simple with a classic caeser cut, rocked by George Clooney – the most obvious poster-child for men’s haircuts in the 50+ age bracket.

One of the advantages of the caesar hairstyle is that it’s dead simple to maintain – a quick comb or brush in the morning and you’re good to go!

It also doesn’t require much hair product, if any, so you’ll save costs on maintenance as well.

Other celebrities who have worn the caesar style include Gerard Butler and Russell Crowe.

But what if you don’t like either of those men’s haircuts? Then it’s time to move onto another classic cut…

Slicked back grey hair

Slicked back grey hair

If you’re blessed with longer hair, you may want to consider going down the “slicked back” hair style as worn here by Mr Wall Street himself, Michael Douglas.

While it will take a bit more maintenance (including products) when compared with the caesar men’s hairstyle, the slicked back look is relatively easy to do each morning. It also offers a casual yet professional look, whether you’re wearing a suit or jeans & a casual shirt.

Many women find a man with grey hair to be very attractive, because it shows their strength and maturity. So if you find yourself in that category, don’t hide it – flaunt it! Go long if you have the length, otherwise opt for one of the shorter hairstyles listed here.

Of course if none of these men’s hairstyles take your fancy, talk with your barber or hairdresser. You may be surprised at the options they can share, which you may never have thought of.

Have fun finding the right men’s haircut for you!

Preventing Hair Loss With a Sydney Hair Salon for Men

sydney-hair-salon-for-menNo man likes going bald. Every man would probably want thick hair on his head. In most cases, regardless of your age, you want to have this. Hair loss is a no no and you try to do everything just to avoid losing your hair. Losing your hair, a little at a time, is quite normal. Keeping our hair for many years is something that we need to do. Keeping it healthy with the help of a Sydney hair salon for men is one way to achieve this. Though having a bald head is not that bad, it’s usually not our first choice. Is it possible to prevent hair loss at all? A healthy scalp can keep our hair healthy – how do we maintain this? Keep reading to find out!

Protection from the sun can help your hair. Although you may be tempted to wear a hat, don’t do this if you can help it. Your scalp needs to breathe and wearing a hat a lot cuts down on the oxygen flow to your scalp and your hair follicles. Using a hair product with built-in sunscreen is a better option. Finding them in beauty supply shops is easy. When using these products to protect yourself from the sun, you can also add volume to your hair as well. You actually get the best of both worlds by using certain styling agents. You protect your scalp from the sun, and your head from hair loss. Take proper care of your hair. Some views on washing your hair too often are, too much washing takes the oils out. Men many times wash their hair every day when they shower, and that may be why a lot of men are bald. Washing your hair every two days may be a better option. Buy high quality shampoo and other products. Sure they are usually more expensive but they are generally healthier for your hair than the cheap crappy stuff. Some hair products are very expensive, but that does not always make them better. Talk to your doctor and stylist to find out which products are best for your hair.

Avoiding stress in your life is important. Our lives are typically stressful. Dealing with the stress – this is important. You can actually lose hair by maintaining a high level of stress. When you feel stressed, we tend to touch our head, and sometimes rub our hands through our hair. You can prevent hair loss by maintaining a calmer disposition. When you relax, this helps mind, body and spirit. It is actually one of the best things you can do (lowering your stress).

We think our hair is strong, but it is very fragile. Did you know that our hair is one of the most fragile parts of our body. You can find out a lot on the Internet about hair loss in articles like this one. Use the tips in this article to help you get started.