He’s a creator. He’s a beardsman. He’s part of the team. He’s El Barbudo, and he’s on Let It Ride. Listen to Alec McKee on The Longhairs Podcast.
As you’re going through your long hair journey you might be tempted to tell people, “It’s just hair…” which is like saying the Colorado is “just a river.” Subjectively it may be just hair, but you will not be the same person.
From new products on the horizon to our upcoming hair show, get behind the scenes with your boys in Let it Ride Episode 29: Rapping With The Longhairs.
Respect isn’t something we’re born with, it’s something we learn. The journey from being a short haired man to a longhair can teach men respect and understanding for women’s hair routines.
Here’s how one of us discovered what goes into their daily routine and what he ultimately walked away with.
He’s a true creator. An advocate for the black community. And a hair guy. Listen to your boys talking long hair with Maurice Cherry on The Longhairs podcast.
If you’re a guy with long hair, you could be losing hair in your brush. Is hair shedding normal? How much is ok? SHOULD YOU PANIC??
Here’s what you need to know, muchacho.
The Longhairs Professional Series With Stu SwinefordView Post
El Leñador of Mt. Gilead, NC, is 20 years old and been letting it ride since June, 2016.
As a guy with long hair in the logging industry, he gets a lot of naysayers about his locks. Having heard it all, he shares his experience and some of his best tips for dealing with negative comments about your hair.
He’s a magician, comedian, entertainer, performer, businessman and authentic longhair for life. Like him or hate him you’re going to remember him, listen to the shocking saga unfold with Greg Dow, known in some circles as The Shocker, on The Longhairs podcast.
With an inspiring vision and fantastic options, will it be the Port Pavilion with its spectacular views of San Diego Bay? Or will the legend of Tony Gwynn beckon us to Petco Park?
Watch the drama unfold as the team deliberates from The Longhairs Ocean Beach Field Office, in The Great Cut: Episode 2.
In the beginning we made a commitment to post a blog every week. It’s been one hell of a streak, and it’s changed our lives.
In this podcast we talk about streaking, and not the running naked kind. Here we highlight a few of our current streaks—and why you should start your own.
“I don’t call women bitches.” This and other best practices, dos and don’ts, and why we should honor women, in A Man’s Guide to International Women’s Day.
Surviving the zombie apocalypse, savage weaponry, counter-surveillance and heightened awareness. We cover it all with El Mateo from Praetorian Ventures on The Longhairs Podcast.
Celebrating Black Men With Long HairView Post
We’ve gotten a fair bit of comments, questions, reviews and opinions about Hair Ties For Guys™. Some of them have been genuine. Some have been *less than* polite. Some have been flat out trolling.
We have just over one year to plan the largest gathering of men with long hair for a charitable purpose since the dawn of time.
We intend to document the entire journey from now until 3/9/19. Watch as your boys begin scouting locations for this epic follicle forray, in Episode I of our journey to The Great Cut.
Rapping With El ValienteView Post
Long hair in fiction inspires men everywhere to grow their hair. It’s time we recognize the characters that started it all. Join El Barbudo in celebrating six sensational fictional characters with some of the finest flow ever imagined.
Crack open a cold one and listen in with El Rubio, El Moreno and El Chuckarino as we recap, reflect and answer your questions about our incredible run to Shark Tank.
It’s been no short or easy path. But we walked down that hallway. And we pitched.
See what it took to get here, on The Longhairs’ Road to Shark Tank.
All this time you’ve wondered…what happened with Shark Tank??! We went swimmin with the sharks alright, and we pitched.
They were circling like there was blood in the water, but did the dynamic duo close a deal?? FIND OUT!
Nuestro próximo invitado en Beyond the Locks es Sergio Valencia, un ex jugador de fútbol profesional nacional que es un entrenador y entrenador muy conocido en Long Island, Nueva York.
Sergio comparte su historia de cómo los militares y los educadores estaban constantemente detrás de su largo cabello. Con el apoyo de su familia, amigos y su talento en el fútbol, Sergio pudo mantener su cabello fluido.
Our next guest on Beyond the Locks is Sergio Valencia, a former national professional soccer player who is well known coach and trainer on Long Island, NY.
Sergio’s shares his story of how the military and educators were constantly after his long hair. With the support of his family, friends and his talent in soccer, Sergio was able to keep his hair flowing.
As we close out 2017 and reflect on the year there is a lot to be thankful for. But before we say goodbye we thought you could use one last style for your holiday celebrations. So while you’re kickin back sippin eggnog and smokin stogies, keep things cool with The Sloppy Joe.