Whether you’re braving the awkward phase or flaunting a full flowing mane, you NEED to know about The Center For Awkward Stage Hair.
A new YouTube series from The Longhairs, “The Mane Cave” is both a casual conversation and informative resource for guys who embrace their long hair.
We tend to talk about things that are important to us. At The Longhairs we talk about our values often, because values are things that are important.
The ultimate longhair anthem, “I feel like letting my freak flag fly,” and we still do. “Almost Cut My Hair” galvanized a community that refused to conform—and lives on today.
The experiences of a visually impaired longhair, from having no control over being different, to being different by choice, to being blind with long hair.
Are you a serious hair guy? How do you know when you’ve become a serious hair guy? Find out…in El Moreno’s FINAL HAIR UPDATE.
It’s different for everyone, so here’s a community compilation of the best things about long hair—straight from the longhairs themselves.
It was time to ink up or shut up. El Rubio, El Moreno and the boys get tattooed with the bound shears, because it’s The Longhairs for life.
Your hair homie is the person who influenced you to grow long hair—not someone famous, but someone you know. My hair homie was a legend…and a tragedy.
In the last 17 months of hair growth I’ve gained clarity, found new confidence and been inspired by other guys growing long hair. This has been my secret.
Some funny, some complimentary, some inflammatory, certainly you’ve heard one of these comments about your hair. Here are the most common—and how I respond.
In 2019 we took time to focus on what The Longhairs really means and what it’s here to do. 5 years from founding in post #300 we proudly present our Core Focus.
Meet the kids, hear their stories and see first-hand why The Longhairs are so grateful to be part of the Children With Hair Loss family.
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Have you ever wondered, what’s our motivation? Hear it direct from the boys in The Longhairs Podcast, Episode 51: A Fireside Reading of “What’s Our Motivation?”
Respect isn’t something we’re born with, it’s something we learn. The journey from being a short haired man to a longhair can teach men respect and understanding for women’s hair routines.
Here’s how one of us discovered what goes into their daily routine and what he ultimately walked away with.
“I don’t call women bitches.” This and other best practices, dos and don’ts, and why we should honor women, in A Man’s Guide to International Women’s Day.
Our next guest on Beyond the Locks is Sergio Valencia, a former national professional soccer player who is well known coach and trainer on Long Island, NY.
Sergio’s shares his story of how the military and educators were constantly after his long hair. With the support of his family, friends and his talent in soccer, Sergio was able to keep his hair flowing.
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.
Blog post #156 is a special one, that’s because we’ve published a blog post every single week for three straight years. We’ve never missed. Now we’re asking you to SOUND OFF, let us know you’re here with a Longhairs community ROLL CALL.
It’s a time of year for The Longhairs to give thanks, and with gratitude we need your VOTE to help Children With Hair Loss win a $10K donation in the The Level One Bank 10K Project.
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.
We are proud to announce our new partnership with Children With Hair Loss, helping build confidence and self esteem for kids who can’t grow their own hair.
Starting with our first donation of $1,620, we are happy to donate $1 for every sale to Children With Hair Loss.
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.
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