Have you ever heard of the fallacy that men’s looks don’t count as long as they’ve got the money? But let that remain as such “a fallacy.” It comes a time that men must look straight into the mirror and confront the truth they see. Most men neglect their hair and don’t think it requires much attention. But do you know that your hair-not your suit is what tells your personality? So people will take you seriously if you’ve kept your hair well. Don’t limit yourself to that combination of shampoo and conditioner. There are great men’s hair products out there that you can take advantage of.
Follow through and see some of the must-try hair products on a matte finish.
The matte finish is the most preferred style by most men. You will agree that it’s not easy for you to walk around with shiny hair as a man. Check even the men on TV screens and magazines.
Matte products are perfect for absorbing light without giving a shiny look. A matte look works best for short hair- shiny products will make it appear greasier than it is. With a matte finish, you have a more put-together look.
Here are some of the best products for a matte finish;
Upon applying clay pomade, your hair is left with a matte finish and has a firm hold without looking greasy. The hold is log-lasting and works perfectly for any hair type. Pomade is light on the hair and won’t leave any residue after application. Where need be, you can restyle your hair during the day.
Texture spray: If you’re a seafarer or a surfer, you’ll appreciate that soft and tousled volume of the sea salt spray. There’s the type that contains mineral-rich algae; it conditions strands while enhancing texture overtime.
The hair mousse: This is a foamy product that adds volume, hold, and conditioning when you add it to wet hair. You can easily style it with a brush and a comb, and it tends to dry over time. The hair mousse is best for thin hair and adds some control and volume for most hair types.
Hair cream: Men’s cream adds some bit of shine and control but is not as thick as a pomade. It resembles a mousse in application but doesn’t have much drying.
Creams can work with any hair type as long as you’ve got the best brand. There’s also the styling cream that coaxes the hair into submission. It can support even complex styles and a lighter finish than any other.
Hair Gel: You must have used gel at some point in your life, especially the 80s and 90s babies when adolescents roamed the shopping malls on those Friday evenings. The gel keeps the hair from getting crispy. It peaked some 20 years ago, and still today, it’s the surefire way to keep those stray hairs on lock.
The hair type and weather are what will determine the effects of any styler. Before you settle on a signature look, you can experiment with different styles and products. Do some research to find out what product works for your hair.
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