Several of the most effective ways to use a headband for awkward stage hair, but first…what makes the awkward stage so awkward—and how can I power through?
Pesky Sideburns at 10 Months of Hair GrowthView Post
As the rain falls in San Diego, El Moreno takes a few minutes to answer your questions and show you what he’s working with at nine months of hair growth.
El Moreno’s 6-Month Breaking PointView Post
In his third update video El Moreno shows us just how much hair growth he’s experienced in the last 4 months, plus 4 tactics for managing it.
Set Yourself Up for Success Growing Your Hair OutView Post
Growing out his curly hair from an undercut, which he compared to losing an arm, El Rizado finally hit the shoulders all the way around. In his first guest blog post he shares his experience growing out his curly hair, including his best tips and hacks for containing the “poof.”
In March I shaved my head and donated 24 inches of hair at The Great Cut. Watch my first hair update after one month of hair growth in the journey back to flow.
Late phase awkward stage hair? Congratulations, you’re almost through the dark days. Here’s how to plan your exit strategy and enjoy your new-found mane.
Growing your hair out? Mid phase awkward stage hair has ended many a longhair dream. Here’s how to mitigate the suffering in the thick of the awkward stage.
Growing your hair out? Battling through early phase awkward stage hair can be a warzone. Here’s how to power through early phase awkward stage hair, part I.
The most common question we’ve gotten in the history of time has been, “should I cut in the awkward stage?” We set out with three brave yet awkward men who put their locks on the line to find answers for you at the House of Imago Salon in San Diego. This video could just save your longhair life.
Gus made it through the awkward stage, but he’s still pretty awkward. Even so he shares his best awkward stage hair tips and what it took to power through.
He can be a little awkward from time to time, but that’s exactly why we love him. He also happens to be powering through awkward stage hair. As the lead designer of Hair Ties For Guys we had to learn how he’s pushed through this far. Listen in as we rap about his journey through the awkward stage and what’s to come for Hair Ties For Guys.
“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.
Awkward stage hair. You’ve had enough. You’re cutting it off. You have awkward stage hair and you’re convinced it looks awful. You feel weird, sloppy, unprofessional, and you don’t know what the hell to do with it. You get comments from people, even your mom, telling you your hair looks bad and well-meaning advice that “you should just cut it honey.” They mean well, but they don’t understand. They’re thinking short-term, not big picture. You’ve got a date with destiny and you need to look good for it. What they don’t realize is your shoulders are throwing a party and they’re waiting for your hair to arrive. Yet, with every naysayer and glance in the mirror, doubt creeps in, as slowly as your awkward length hair seems to be growing. You question your resolve, and each day a fresh, clean haircut sounds ever-more enticing. Well friend, we’re here for you. …
Every longhair has been through it. And every aspiring longhair must make the journey. We took some time to speak with Randal Hollis, a promising longhair novice and awkward stage man. Not only is Randal a dear friend, but he and his branding studio Product Etcetera™ are the creators of the Longhairs logo and visual brand identity. And that’s dope shit.