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.
You’ve heard of Super Mario Brothers. You’ve heard of Gilligan’s Island. You probably haven’t heard their theme songs played with intense heavy metal drumming. Until now. That’s how professional drummer Joey Muha has carved out a brand for himself, and we got to rap with him in this episode of The Longhairs Professional Series. From Twinkle Twinkle Little Star to The Little Mermaid, Joey’s performances are a superstorm of percussion and hair whips.
In this episode of The Longhairs Professional Series we rap with Dave Littlechild, a successful business professional from the United Kingdom who’s lived around the world building businesses, jumping out of planes and making shit happen.
In this installment of the Longhairs professional series we had a video chat with Oskar Örn, a professional Swedish parkour athlete, freerunner and competitor on Sweden Ninja Warrior. Listen to this shocking interview.
THE FINAL INSTALLMENT. Listen as we complete the Journey to Dreads with Danny Ramirez. Talking dreadlocks and good times at The Longhairs’ global headquarters.
A podcast interview from The Longhairs global headquarters with El Pelorizado, co-owner of the product development team that brought you Hair Ties For Guys.
Hitting Reset With David KennedyView Post
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.
Longhair Professional Series: Chris MorganView Post
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.