Men’s Hair Tips to Help You Practice Self-Grooming

This Father’s Day, give yourself the gift of self-care. Read on to learn how you can take good care of yourself with a simple hair care routine.

Self-care is essential because it helps you recharge and lets you take a break from the daily grind. And when you’re busy, it becomes even more important. Dads, for one, carry various responsibilities for their families. He is a provider, a loving husband, and a doting father to his kids. More often than not, dads forget to take care of themselves because they prioritize their families’ well-being over their own.

It’s time to give you—our dear dads—the opportunity for self-care. It doesn’t have to be complicated. In fact, it can start in the shower and in the way you take care of your hair. Here are simple ways on how you can practice self-care with an easy-to-follow men’s hair care routine.

1. Give your hair a good wash.

Men's hair tips: Asian man shampooing his hair
Wash your hair with a refreshing and energizing shampoo. Credit: Dennie Ramon

We know you’ve had a tiring day, so why don’t you unwind with a refreshing shower? It’s just what you need at the end of a busy day. Use lukewarm or cool water to wash your hair with and use a cooling shampoo like Dove Men + Care Refreshing Clean Shampoo. It deeply cleanses your hair and scalp and washes away dirt and grease. This shampoo is also enriched with caffeine and menthol to give you that energizing and presko feeling every time you wash your hair.

2. Make your hair stronger.

Men's hair: Asian man touching his hair
Get fuller-looking hair by protecting it against hair fall and breakage. Credit: Hariono Halim

Juggling work and family responsibilities can be stressful. And when you’re under a lot of stress, cortisol, which is also known as the stress hormone, messes up your hair growth cycle. This leads to hair thinning and hair fall. So, take some time to pause and relax to relieve stress. Your hair will also benefit from a shampoo that fortifies your strands like Dove Men + Care Strengthening Shampoo. It has caffeine and Trichazole Actives that help strengthen your hair, so it grows uninterrupted by hair fall.

3. Maintain your haircut.

Asian woman cutting a man's hair in front of a mirror
Look and feel good after a DIY haircut session. Credit: Shutterstock

When you’re busy, you might not have the time to visit your barbero. And given the new normal, a haircut at a barbershop is not always possible. But the good news is, you can cut your hair at home using simple tools like hair clippers and a pair of scissors. Even a simple trim can go a long way in keeping your haircut in good shape. You can also ask your wife to help you get a haircut at home.

4. Keep your scalp healthy.

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Taking care of your scalp is also part of self-care. Credit: Dennie Ramon

When your scalp is healthy, the hair that grows from it also looks healthy and strong. You also don’t see white flakes or experience scalp itching, which can be uncomfortable. If you start seeing dandruff on your hair, try Dove Men + Care Anti-Dandruff Shampoo. Infused with caffeine and AD zinc, this shampoo helps in eliminating and preventing dandruff. It also leaves your hair strong and healthy-looking, so you can face your day with confidence.

5. Massage your scalp once in a while.

Asian man smiling and massaging his scalp
Enjoy the benefits of a scalp massage. Credit: Dennie Ramon

Not only is a scalp massage relaxing. It can also help in improving your hair’s thickness. This is because massaging your scalp stretches and stimulates the cells that play a role in hair growth. So, sit back and indulge in at least four minutes of scalp massage.

With these simple tips on how to care of your hair, you can give yourself the care that you deserve. After all, when you’re energized, relaxed, and recentered, you can better fulfill your responsibilities and take better care of those around you.

 

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