You’re a guy with long hair; or maybe you want to grow your hair out. But how do you overcome the naysayers? With the many pressures of society and your peers, it can be a challenge—especially if you’re in high school. Here’s how one determined longhair has learned to wear his hair with confidence.
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.
In our new series, Beyond The Locks, we highlight men with long hair from different cultures, backgrounds, races and ethnicities. Our first guest is Maurice Cherry, a creative director, entrepreneur, educator and longhair.
Every guy with long hair is part of the broader community, you might notice subcommunities that tend to form based on interests, style or simply attitude. Here are just a few types of longhairs you might see out there on the mean streets.
Having long hair in a barbershop can be concerning. But the committed longhair should enter without fear, because barbershops are for beard trims. Read on as guest contributor El Barbudo enters the house of haircuts, and departs with a newfound love for his locks.
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.
5 Rules for Dealing With Curly Hair w/ T-MonsterView Post
The journeys to long hair and style—for men in particular—are parallel. If you’ve grown your hair, you’ve developed the characteristics of a man with style.
We should be proud of the little genetic variation that gifted each of us with a luscious waterfall of ringlets, but sometimes, long curly hair is a pain in the ass.
So here’s how to deal how to deal with long curly hair, for men. And how to win the war on frizz.
The best part of this community is hearing stories like these.
We’re compelled to share this story of a longhair connection, 30,000 ft. above Europe, over whisky, rock & roll and men’s hair ties, as told by El Mysterioso. If that is his real name.
It’s a real shocker.
For the first post in our Longhair Traditions series, we look at long hair in Native American culture, from what it means to why it’s important.
Why won’t the Longhairs’ social media manager grow out his hair?
One woman breaks down the top five reasons women love a Longhair.
Portraits of The Longhairs Part IIView Post
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.
5 Traits of Entrepreneurs and Longhaired GentlemenView Post
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.
The ‘No Way Am I Leaving My House Today’ Solution to Hair ManagementView Post
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.
My art studio is in the same building as The Longhairs’ headquarters. I knew them back when their hair was merely shoulder length, and the idea for the Longhairs was in its inception.
“Long hair, don’t care” is the pervasive internet meme du jour. However, in my previous post, The Struggle of an Athletic Long Hair, I showed the athletic longhair should care. Because if you fail to plan, then you plan to fail, right? Well if you don’t plan to do something with your hair before you compete then you’re gonna have problems, which may include getting your ass kicked.
“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.