We’re joined on Christmas Eve by an all-time legendary longhair, over plenty of egg nog and holiday cheer. Listen to Santa Claus on The Longhairs Podcast.
Frizzy hair is a pain in the ass, and a keratin treatment is my “AK-47” for dealing with it. If you need relief from unruly hair, read/watch to see what you’ve been missing.
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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.
Hockey and hair go together like Canada and maple syrup. Lace up your skates as El Barbudo counts down the finest of flow to ever take the ice, ranking the all-time greatest longhairs in the NHL.
Men with long hair in business have been historically sparse. Here we celebrate 12 legendary longhairs in business, and their fortitude, courage & success.
You know. The long haired ginger guy who does the videos, often with a flower in his headband, perfectly straight fire-red hair cascading from all sides.
In this ultra-offensive podcast with JP Sears, The Longhairs rap with JP on his book, long hair, fitness and being hella weird. Listen and get spiritual AF.
From Justin Turner the worm burner with his Texas tornado of tendrils, to Johnny Cueto dealing hot cheddar, MLB Insider and Longhairs beat correspondent Nick Claghorn is reporting from inside the clubhouse to bring you the 2016 all hair team of major league baseball.
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I know, I know. You read the headline and you’re right back in freshman history class. Your eyelids actually start to sag, and drool pools behind your lower lip. But read on, fellow longhair, for an important lesson to learn here, there is.
Head fakin’ or shakin & bakin’, these ‘fros, braids and manes are sinking buckets and driving lanes. We bring you the finest all-time longhairs in the NBA.
It’s finally here. NFL kickoff. When everyone’s team has a shot at the Super Bowl; when hopes and spirits are high; when productive Sundays are abandoned for seven consecutive hours of commercial-free, non-stop, whip-around coverage on the RedZone channel, interrupted only for intermittent sprints to the bathroom and 90 seconds to heat up a pair of Hot Pockets, capped off with a dramatic compilation of every single touchdown of the day, wrapping up just in time for a 30-minute break before Sunday Night Football kickoff between two teams you don’t care about, but you’re going to spend an additional three hours watching anyway.
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“Cry in the dojo, laugh on the battlefield,” an old proverb that pops into my mind as I lay on the jiu-jitsu mat with my long hair dripping sweat into my eyes. The warrior that coined that phrase must have been a longhair as he understands all too well the struggles of training with a mane. This made me wonder, from mixed martial artists to football players, how many professional athletes chose to rock the establishment and don streaming locks despite the obvious disadvantage?
Scientists, some of the most respected, prestigious, and forward thinking individuals in society. They broaden our horizons, give us new angles, and make our lives easier through invention and innovation. However, throughout history, most fail to acknowledge that many of these geniuses rocked absolutely killer manes. From Albert Einstein to Archimedes, these legends graced us not only with their scientific prowess, but their genius hair.
Alex conquered the Persian Empire, William charged the English lines, and Bartholomew raised the jolly roger. Of the great warriors through ancient, medieval and contemporary history, some fought for freedom, some for honor and glory, others in the name of tyranny. Whatever their motive, each of these warriors had one thing in common: they graced the fields of battle with long tresses, streaming locks and flowing manes. These captains, chiefs and commanders represent the greatest longhair warriors of all-time.
It’s no secret long hair on men is considered “unprofessional.” There’re a lot of jobs out there—most jobs—where you can’t have long hair. Why? Leaders, politicians, professionals, royalty, even warriors have had long hair for centuries. Remember William Wallace, guys, with the spears and the English cavalry charging? Right. Only in the past century has long hair on men become unprofessional. In today’s day and age, you can’t expect to apply for most professional-type jobs with long hair and be taken seriously.
On this fine Christmas Day we pay tribute to 3 of our favorite Longhairs associated with Christmas. We didn’t actually identify more than three Christmas Longhairs, but it’s highly doubtful any others would crack the top three. By all means, if you disagree, please do share.