Let’s be realistic for a moment—hair loss is something that most men have thought about. Whether it’s vanity or the realization that old age is approaching, it’s a worrisome topic that many wish they could prevent. While a receding hairline or male pattern baldness might be inevitable for some, the roots of the problem have been greatly exaggerated over time. The truth has been tangled up in a weave of misconceptions, you might say. So now it’s time to unravel some of the old truths that tie many up in knots.
Various reasons abound for itchy beards. When itchy beards are not as a result of infections from bacteria/fungi, the reasons could range from cutting your hair and shaving to dry skin to skin irritation caused by some skincare products. Whatever be the reason, scratching your beard promotes itching. So how do you repel this if you have an itchy beard?
Even if you’ve been to a barber before, have you ever really asked yourself why you should go to one? Maybe going to the barber is routine for you, or perhaps you go to the barber whenever you have a special occasion. Everyone has their own personal reasons for going to a barber, but here are some additional reasons:
Are you a man who is considering growing his hair out? Or do you already have some length but would like to see it grow even more? Then The Barber Chair has some valuable advice to give you that will have your tresses touching your shoulders in no time. (Note: these tips work for non-males, too!)
National Barbershop Quartet Day is on April 11th. This style of music was originally recorded during the late 1800s while men waited for haircuts at barber shops. They enjoyed their visits by singing and harmonizing with the barbers as well as other clients. Barbershop music has gained popularity over the centuries and male and female quartets compete not only nationally, but all around the globe.
These two professions have everything to do with our hair and how they are arranged in a certain way; more times than not, they’re mostly used interchangeably by those who require the services of a barber and a hairdresser. Regardless, it is important to draw the thin line that keeps a barber on this side and a hairdresser on the other side. In this piece, we shall see what this thin line is and how to identify it going forward.
Many men have been to the barbershop at least once in their lives. It may have been a long time ago when they were younger, or perhaps it was just recently. If it has been awhile since you have been to the barbershop, you may need a refresher on etiquette. Here is some information on barbershop etiquette that might be useful.