If you’re going camping with long hair, there are a few critical things you must know before setting foot in the great outdoors.
A complete collection of long hairstyles for men, with tutorials, videos, photos, and more. Finally you’ll know what to do with that head of lettuce.
You’ve got a hat, and long hair. It can be easy to stick with the same hat routine, but you have other options. Here’s how to wear a hat with long hair.
Alright boys, let’s talk split ends. If you happen to have found this searching for information about the offensive position, “split end,” in American football, try “wide receiver.”
Here we’re talking about the split end not as it relates to the proverbial gridiron, but the mysterious condition relating to your long hair. Often spoken of by women in whispered tones like a shadow in the night.
You might be wondering how to wear your hair while performing athletic functions and activities. Fortunately we’ve published this handy guide, just for you.
Whether you’re hucking epic water whips or just bathing regularly, sopping wet dripping hair is a nuisance at best—and in some cases life threatening. Since you don’t want to risk it, here’s how to dry your hair. For men.
You don’t want your hair to look wack. You want your hair to look SICK. There plenty of ways to let it ride. We’ve covered tying it up with the highball, the double high ball and the side part low ball, twisting up the the rope, the angler, and the brave, and even 10 ways to wear a hat with long hair. All excellent options in your quiver of dope ways to wear your long hair. Conspicuously missing and often overlooked, however, is the simple, original, wearing your hair down. It’s the classic. The all natural. The one and only way to really let it all hang out, show what you’re working with, and unapologetically let the long hair flag fly. But it can be a pain in the ass, and if you leave it up to the forces that be it can look flat, messy, and unimpressive. Tangled, roughed …
Sleeping with long hair is risky business. You need survival tactics. So watch this video about sleeping with long hair, or risk suffocating in your sleep tonight.
If you wear you hair down often it’s easy to forget about your sideburns. They just become part of the mass of hair on your head. The problem is, if left for too long, they become quite the eyesore when your hair is tied back.
Why not brush wet? It’s a fair question—truth be told we used to brush wet ourselves. But there’s a sinister truth every man with long hair needs to know.
There’s a lot of hype about the wet brush, but (predictably) nothing about the wet brush for men. So here is your proper review on the wet brush for men.
THE FINAL INSTALLMENT. Listen as we complete the Journey to Dreads with Danny Ramirez. Talking dreadlocks and good times at The Longhairs’ global headquarters.
The ‘No Way Am I Leaving My House Today’ Solution to Hair ManagementView Post
Yes, brushing is part of your basic hair maintenance routine, and proper technique is critical. Good thing there’s this convenient guide on how to brush your hair for men.
“How do you make your hair grow faster?”
Paired with different variations of “how do I get through the awkward stage,” these are the most common questions we get by far.
It’s understandable. The awkward stage is a pain.
Stepping up your twisted up game! We’ve got another dope braid for you here, this time it’s a fishtail braid. But since this is for men, and because we can do whatever we want, we’re gonna call this one, “The Angler.”
Materials, design, quality, durability and staying power. You might be more familiar with these terms in construction or other manly industries, but you probably haven’t used them in a discussion about hair ties. Until now.
Danny sat anxiously at Hyde Edwards Salon, waiting for his name to be called by the receptionist. Eyes closed and head leaned back he contemplated the coming weeks of effort, commitment and awkwardness he must endure before reaching a full head of dreadlocks. “This is the beginning” he murmured to himself over the sound of blow dryers and amusing background conversations. “I’m doing this and it’s gonna be siiiccck!!” “Danny…” He looked up to see Kyra walking his way. It was time to get this extreme mass of hair under control.
Gotta give it to our boy on this one. Registered longhair “Ross Littlejohn,” reporting from the field in Scotland, aptly named this sick as you-know-what hybrid longhair style, which he witnessed at a Scottish wedding no less, “The Brave.” Well said, Littlejohn…if that is your real name. So we had to dial this one up you. Not only does this get your hair out your face, but features a combination of wearing it down and twisting it up. Instant classic. Try it. Wear it. Bravely.
Danny Ramirez is a San Diego local who works right across the street from our headquarters. As you can tell from the picture he has extreme hair, 13 inches of it to be exact, and that hair goes in all directions except down. For him the only solution to the madness is dreadlocks. So as he embarks on his journey we will be there by his side every step of the way. This is the first edition in a series documenting Danny’s process, using various forms of media to showcase what it really takes to grow a full head of proper dreadlocks.
Yo Longhairs! Pumped up to announce Longhairs Quick Tips is now LIVE! What is Quick Tips? Quick Tips speaks to one of our fundamental mission objectives, to educate men with long hair. You see, most women have grown up since childhood learning how to take care of their hair: brushing, braiding, styling, washing, caring for, etc. Many of us guys didn’t have that luxury. Even if we had long hair as a young man we certainly weren’t braiding and brushing each other’s hair at recess. Long hair indoctrination passed us by.
As a longhair there’s great pride in lettin’ it ride. You learn about yourself and your hair, and together you and your trusty strands grow an inseparable bond. These strands are the ones that have been with you since the beginning. The old vets, who were once young recruits leading the charge to your shoulders. These days though, they hold the line as the last four inches on your glorious head of hair.
You know what I’m talking about. Those pesky, annoying, face tickling, eye poking, never stay in a hair tie little shits. They’re always flying around, getting loose and causing unanticipated frustration. It’s time we put these little assholes in their place and show ’em who’s boss. How you might ask?