Thinking about growing your hair out? After rocking some variation of the undercut (short on the sides and back, long on top) for the past couple of years, I've been growing my hair out for about two months now. I've gotten a couple of cleanups to keep the neck line and ears nice and sharp, but my hair is longer than it's been in a long time (about six inches on the top/front).
With hair this long, you can't really do the normal side part, where you follow the natural swirl/crown of your head. Instead, you have to brush it all toward the back of your head. To style my hair with this method, I like using something lighter than pomade or putty. In this case, I'm using sea salt spray, which works really well (especially after it dries). I'll also use some stronger product, like paste, to help glue down the sides.
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It will be great if you make a new video about your hair style since it has changed and you’re rocking that look. Plus if you have any tips for wavy hair, I would love hear that from you, as I’m growing my hair out and it has been quite sometime now, but I’m still struggling, that awkward phases keeps hunting me :\
Love the content you post. Keep up the good work 👍🏼
You have really nice hair! I prefer longer hair to short hair because there are more ways to style it. I get bored with having the same hairstyle every day. In general, people get shorter haircuts or have less hair as they get older. Since youth is considered more attractive than old age, having longer hair makes a person (man or woman) appear younger and more attractive.
Hey buddy! been following the modest man for a while now and im glad you posted this. I read somewhere that short men should not grow out their hair but screw it i have like 3 months and i feel great. Im planning to grow it out for a year with some regular visits to the barber. Im really tired of undercuts and fades everywhere so i want something different.
Keep the good job!
You probably are referring to sulfate. It's what gives shampoo suds. People who grow their hair out will avoid shampoos with sulfate in them because they strip away a lot of the natural oils that keeps hair looking "healthy."
Wow that looks really nice, I want to try using Sea Salt Spray. I have a couple of questions does the product have a smell, do you have to wash your hair after at night , and what does your hair look like that next day?
It has a very mild scent. It's plesasant...kind of citrus-y (it has grapefruit extract). My gf loves the smell. I shower once a day but only use shampoo every other day (and I don't use much). It looks okay the next day but a shower is needed.
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