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  1. Arguably one of the vital cogs in the MS Dhoni-led unit, Dwayne Bravo gave a scare to Chennai Super Kings (CSK) in their Indian Premier League (IPL) title defence this season after suffering a hamstring injury. The grade 1 hamstring strain meant that the Trinidadian cricketer will be out of action for up to two weeks. Confirming the news, Chennai's batting coach Mike Hussey had revealed: "It's going to cause a little bit of rejigging of the team but I am sure we are going to be able to put together a very strong team. It's a big loss but we have had these challenges in the past. Let's hope we can do this again". While his injury is undoubtedly a big blow for Chennai, Bravo, in the meantime, is making the most of his time away from the playing field. In fact, the 35-year-old seems to be looking at potential career choices post retirement, with hairstyling being one of the options. When Champion gave Monu Singh a new #Thala! #5000Increment #Kashmonu #WhistlePodu #Yellove ð¦ð @DJBravo47 pic.twitter.com/FYw0iTKVlm — Chennai Super Kings (@ChennaiIPL) April 8, 2019 The West Indies all-rounder was seen swapping the bat for a hair trimmer as he gave a new hairdo to his CSK teammate. In a video shared by CSK's official Twitter handle, Bravo was seen giving his young teammate Monu Singh a haircut. While Singh wasn't really sure if he wanted a haircut from his CSK teammate, Bravo managed to convince him by offering Rs 1 million if he wasn't satisfied with the new look. While Bravo seems to have found a new hobby, Chennai fared pretty well in his absence against Kings XI Punjab, beating them by 22 runs in their last game. With four wins in five games so far, Chennai appear solid in their title defence this year. But, Dhoni's men will have to be at their prolific best when they take on table-toppers Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in what promises to be a pulsating clash on 9th April.
  2. Summer months are cruel for everyone. Besides the heat and the sweat that comes along, you also have to deal with body hair. The crop gets annoying in the Summer. While the decision of getting rid of it is completely yours, you should know that you have options to get a hot bod this Summer that would attract a lot of lingering eyes and in a good way! We talked to women to find out how they prefer body hair on men. Before we begin, you should know that chest hair is, in fact, attractive, (obviously not in the excess bushy way that Anil Kapoor and Akshay Kumar advertised it as) but in a mild sheath sort of way and that can only be maintained if you groom it well. And we're not just talking about chest hair here, but also shoulder hair, back hair, upper back hair, hair on the stomach. So here's what women think: 1. Shoulder Crop © Getty Images "Winter might leave a layer of fur across your shoulders. But if you're planning to hit the beach or a water park, it's better to get rid of it," says Apoorva Sharma, 27. So, here are your options: you could shave these with the help of a professional or get them waxed if you have good pain tolerance. However, if you shave, the hair might pop back up even thicker. So you could also consider getting them trimmed too which is faster and hassle free but you'll need assistance. 2. Chest Hair © Getty Images "I don't mind chest hair at all, as long is it's not in volumes that make it hard to see the chest underneath. Grooming chest hair is always appreciated," says Divya Arora, 22. The 'très bon' technique to groom the chest hair has been hotly debated for years. There's no one way to groom your chest hair. From a smooth care chest, to the bush and the light crop in the middle, there are different ways in which you could groom your chest hair. So really, it's entirely up to you. Waxing works great if you want to go bare-chested for a longer duration but if you can't handle the pain, you could consider more permanent options like laser. An electric trimmer could also work if you don't mind cropped strays. In fact, these cropped strays add a touch of authenticity and work best for emergencies(like an unplanned hook-up night). 3.The Nape Strays © Getty Images "I don't mind body hair at all except the hair that pops out of the back of the shirt, that is a turn-off," says Ruhi Sarkar, 25. In contrast to your chest, there's no question at all as to what to do with unwanted outcroppings of the nape: get rid of them. These pop out of basically everything that doesn't have a collar attached to it and not in a good way. Shaving's not going to do the trick here, at least not without complications. This time, though, your best course of action is to book an appointment with a professional, as ripping the hair out from the root will help to keep them at bay for longer otherwise get the same professional to trim them because there's no way you can reach all of them. 4. The Stomach Fur © Getty Images "It's a little odd to see the if the chest hair is groomed but the stomach hair is left out, I personally think all body hair should be groomed uniformly," says Vani Kapoor, 28. Follow the principle of uniformity. Assuming that you're grooming your pubic hair, in the very session make sure to groom hair on the stomach as well. Uneven growth looks odd visually. The easiest way out is trimming them out. 5. Butt Hair © Getty Images "I love beach bums. They're even more attractive if men groom before wearing swimsuits," says Radhika Bedi, 25. The stubble on your butt cheek and butt crack could look better in a swimsuit if you groom it. You could get rid of it with a trimmer or going to the salon and getting professional help which always eases the job.
  3. If you've ever aspired to be like Jon Snow after watching 'Game Of Thrones', to pledge your life and honour to the Night's Watch, kill a White Walker with Valyrian steel and lead the army to fight the army of the dead...you could start with the hair. Here are tips to have a mane just like Snow: 1. The Hair Length © HBO Firstly, you need medium-to-thick density and also have a natural wavy or curly texture. This will enhance the 'Snow' look you're trying to achieve. A minimum of 6 months' growth is necessary for the mane to be as long as Snow if you're starting out with short hair. 2. The Texture © HBO If your hair is straight and lightweight, a good texturizing product will enhance the look for straight hair. If the hair is naturally more straight and needs more texture, the diffuser helps in setting the style so the hair doesn't dry smooth. 3. Trim Routinely © HBO Your hair won't just transform into Snow's mane on its own. Routine trims transition it into the aspired look. Keep the growth on the nape shorter and let the sides and top catch up in order for them to begin to grow in unison with the back hairline. Don't get it cut too often though. 4. Here's How To Style It © HBO For achieving the right texture, length, and density: wash and condition the hair. Then, apply the texturizing or curl-enhancing product or a sea salt spray. Later, comb the product through your hair, using a wide-tooth comb for even distribution, lastly shake the hair out.
  4. What comes to your mind when we talk about chest hair? Bollywood actors like Akshay Kumar, Anil Kapoor have long legacies of sporting the wild crop on screen in the 90s. In fact, chest hair was considered sexy in the 90s. Having chest hair was a symbol of masculinity that was often used on camera and off camera unabashedly to assert ruggedness for men. However, the 'sexy' in the 90s was different from the sexy in the 80s, similarly, the definition of sexy for the millennial was not the grizzly chest hair. The new millennial man would spend time and effort on grooming. Terms like metrosexual or lumbersexual men referred to men who go to salons and get procedures like waxing and laser treatments and even shaving to get rid of chest hair, the uni-brow, hair at the nape of the neck etcetera. The bare-chest was the new sexy. Notions like, the lesser hair on the body, the more a man is desirable were popular. Cinema also focused on shirt-less bare-chested men like John Abraham from 'Dostana', Siddharth Malhotra from 'Student Of The Year'. In fact, the bare-chested man on screen would sometimes make us believe in a world that chest hair for men did not exist at all. However, that is far from the reality. Chest hair exists just like the crop on the head. Recently, Ranveer Singh wore a suit to an award function with a special focus on the chest. Take a look: © Instagram/ @ranveersingh If you notice carefully, the chest hair has especially been grown to make them prominent and visible. It's the one tiny crop in the centre that has been carefully gelled to stick to the chest for a sleek look. Mr Singh is clearly making a statement here. Having participated in the bare-chested movement in Bollywood before, Mr Singh's starkly contrasting look 'oddly' looks stellar. The reason we say 'oddly' is because the chest hair has been in hiding for the past half-a-decade. Not only Singh, Jim Sarbh too was recently seen in Prateek Kuhad's 'cold/mess' video with a fine crop on his chest. © Instagram/ @ranveersingh These are anomalies. However, considering that the chest hair is natural like those found on hands or feet, should we be hiding them in the first place? Why should we be ashamed of them? Drivers of change like Ranveer Singh are unapologetic. He's even styled them to make them pop out more. The question is, is the chest hair back for good?
  5. If you have a receding hairline that worries you at night and keeps you insecure in the day, then here's something that you could consider. Hairline tattoos, once unheard of, have recently come to the mainstream and for a good reason. © Getty Images Hairline tattoos, also known as scalp micropigmentation, is an advanced procedure for cosmetic pigmentation. Just like traditional tattooing, the needle injects pigments in the scalp in a minimally invasive procedure. © Getty Images Hair loss is one of the most popular and feared natural progression that men face. Other than treating it, or slowing it down, there are a number of expensive procedures like a hair transplant or getting an expensive product that seeks to maintain the hair you currently have. Scalp pigmentation varies from these options and provides you with a look that is unique and specially tailored to your skin tone and hair colour. © Getty Images It's not just a tattoo on your head, the process of scalp micropigmentation is very different from tattooing. It just looks like it's the same from a distance. Keeping in mind the needle and kind of ink used, a tattoo needle is large, making it imprecise for replicating the look and texture of hair follicles. Hairline tattoos use a microneedle that looks precisely like hair, and not a painted-on dot like most people assume. Tattoos, in fact, go a total of five layers deep into the skin, while micropigmentation on the other hand, only goes two layers deep. The reason for this is because the deeper pigment goes into the skin, the more likely it is to lose its round shape and spread out, resulting in an unnatural look. By keeping the pigmentation shallow, the look is controlled with the ability of the practitioner to shape it, while keeping it deep enough to maintain permanence. © Getty Images What Research Should You Be Equipped With? Like most procedures, an important detail to consider prior to treatment is the equipment used and the experience of the practitioners. A number of places do scalp micropigmentation, but the equipment used varies. So we're talking patching hair growth, in congruent hairline or a receding hairline, and the tattoos cater to all these deficits. How Does This Treatment Work? After deciding the style that you want and setting your expectations from the procedure, the treatment takes a couple of sessions to start with.
  6. Armpit hair can be an extremely controversial territory for men, because whether you keep it or get rid of it depends entirely on how you like it. While armpit hair is absolutely fine, given India's weather overall, it probably is advisable to not let them grow way too much to avoid excessive sweat and stench. A little bit of growth is absolutely fine, even when you're shirtless on the beach playing volleyball. © Pinterest However, how you decide to groom it is important. While most men turn to their local salons and ask for a quick swipe of the razor on their armpits as well, probably once in a month or a fortnight, it isn't the best way. No, doing it at home while using the best shaving cream with your own razor is also not a good idea at all. Here is why you should always trim your armpit hair, instead of shaving. 1. Your armpit does not have an even skin surface. It's extremely tricky to maneuvre a sharp razor on that uneven surface, and more often than not, you will end up with a cut or two. The skin there is also extremely sensitive apart from being uneven, so a bloody mess isn't a possibility you can rule out. Why take chances? Use a trimmer with '1' as the setting (setting it at zero probably isn't a good idea if you're clumsy) and zoom through without any cuts or scrapes. © Getty Images 2. When you shave, the hair seems to grow thicker and coarser, because it has been cut near the skin surface. The result? That itchy, prickly feeling on your skin within a couple of days. You know no feeling in the world is worse. It isn't as bad when you trim. © Instagram/Sonusood 3. Shaving is tough on your skin. When you shave a part of skin that is as soft and sensitive, the skin is always damaged. Also, razor burns and even the smallest of cut/nick with take way longer in this area to heal. You may end up with pimples, boils, and a number of other annoying skin issues. Why not use a trimmer and nip the whole situation at the bud? All we can say is, it's easier to trim your troubles away.
  7. Losing your hair is inevitable in life, like life itself. Maybe not all at once, but possibly a slow progression that'll take over in your mid-twenties. Thinning hair is a bitter reality in the lives of most men that can have a lot of negative associations in their lives. © Getty Images Thinning of hair progresses over time, with hair strands continuously growing finely and thinning until it finally disappears. A medical term for this kind of hair loss is called androgenetic alopecia, otherwise referred to as male pattern baldness. However, here's the thing if you start to notice the first signs of hair loss or hair thinning, and you take the adequate steps to deal with it, you can delay the process balding or stop current damage. © Getty Images The thing about hair loss is that it can also be biologically caused by a hormone called dihydrotestosterone (DHT), which is a byproduct of testosterone. DHT aggressively attacks hair follicles and attempts to shrink it. While there are ways to tackle the dreaded receding hairline and haircuts to avoid showing it to the rest of the world, here are ways to regrow the most hair back or at least stop the damage: 1. Start Early Like we said before, once you notice the signs of hair loss. You need to start your research and talk to Doctors about what will work for you and start the treatment as early as possible. © Getty Images 2. Do Your Research Among the various treatment plans that exist in the market, you should know that you have options varying from shampoo/conditioners, creams, serums, medication and even hair replacement available. You choose your treatment option after consulting a dermatologist. 3. Take Care Of The Extraneous Factors The extraneous factors also affect your hair loss rate. Having the right diet that promotes hair growth, regular exercise and reduced stress levels help minimise hair loss. Being regular with hair-friendly shampoos and treatments for your hair loss, brushing hair daily to increase blood flow and circulation and regular trims also help. © Getty Images 4. Take Care Of The Symptoms A major symptom of balding is often dandruff, alternatively, a bad case of dandruff or dryness in the scalp can also lead to hair loss. This means that in order to tackle hair loss you need to tackle dandruff first. Apply the three major rules: Oiling hair weekly, using anti-dandruff products like a shampoo and conditioner and lastly, a cream or hair mask to take care of your drying scalp. Use a product like an anti-dandruff air cream or a hair fall cream. © Getty Images 5. Take Dietary Supplements Try incorporating foods rich in vitamin B, zinc, iron. You could also consult a dietician, but foods like apricot, cereal, liver meat work well. Aside from food, you could also get daily supplements that are rich in vitamins like a zinc supplement, vitamin B super complex etcetera. These tablets are a great resource for vitamins responsible for hair growth. © Getty Images 6. Nix Smoking Research from the National Taiwan University revealed that smoking hastens hair loss in men. Besides, this is the first thing a doctor will tell you to nix. Especially if you're a chain smoker, it is more likely that you suffer from mild to severe hair loss. © Getty Images 7. Also Styling Products If you're on a journey to grow back your hair or prevent further damage, it's best to refrain from styling products. Styling products like a styling spray or mouse have chemicals in them can harm your hair growth and produce unfavourable further damage that you want to steer clear from. © Getty Images 8. Prescribed Meds You could also resort to the daily course of drugs prescribed by a derm for encouraging hair growth. However, these should be resorted to as the last option, as it can get you dependent on the drug for growth for as long as you want to maintain the crop on your head. © Getty Images
  8. Jason Momoa is all about effortless fashion, and he just proved it yet again on the Red Carpet for the Oscars 2019. His super rugged, scruffy aesthetic with his signature flowing locks strikingly complemented his dust pink suit, that was designed by the iconic Karl Lagerfeld, who passed away on the 19th of February. His accessory game just hit a major fashion sixer and proved that you don't have to go extravagant to create an iconic moment in fashion. © Getty Images The 'Aquaman' star carried a pink velvet Fendi scrunchie with him, just in case he later wanted to tie up his long tresses. The statement way he converted that little accessory as a super cool add-on to his pink suit, is one for the books. He tied it around his wrist, without a sliver of hesitation whatsoever. © Getty Images © Getty Images Now, if anyone on this planet can be secure about their masculinity without checking off the pointers on the list, it has to be this man right here. He could wear a little black frilly dress and still look manly, and he clearly knows that - which is why he probably didn't so much as think twice before embracing the pink velvet scrunchie. And isn't this exactly how fashion should work? Adherence to gender-based boundaries? No, thanks! © Filmmagic © Getty Images He matched his outfit with his wife Lisa Bonet, and also somehow ended up coordinating it with his other 'Queen' - the mother of dragons herself. © Instagram/prideofgypsies Way to go, Jason!
  9. Long hair for men is a style statement that will always be 'in' - irrespective of whether celebrities are indulging in it or not. If you've had long hair, ever, you'd know what we're talking about. It feels amazing to have a head full of hair that's strong, long, and thick. You can leave it open, tie it in a man-bun, or try more unorthodox styles - the kinds that will always help you turn heads. But the problem is, it takes a long time for men to grow hair (or so we think). Keeping that in mind, we have compiled a list of 7 things to do everyday that will help you grow your hair much faster (and thicker too). 1. It might sound weird, but don't wash your hair every day. Most of us like washing our hair really frequently, because in a country like India where the climate makes us sweat bucketloads, that is just a natural urge. However, most of us also don't know that washing our hair very frequently strips hair off the natural oils, which is detrimental to hair growth, and also aids to hairfall. So, try not washing your hair every day with shampoo. Try washing it on alternate days (because cleanliness is important as well). © Getty Images 2. Pay more attention to conditioner, as compared to shampoo. If you wash your hair everyday, please make sure you don't use shampoo, but always use a conditioner post wash. That will keep dryness away, and also help you control hairfall, thereby aiding hair growth. © Getty Images 3. Eat a lot of protein. No matter what kind of grooming routine you follow, if you don't ingest the right nutrients, you will never be able to grow your hair at an optimal rate. A good breakfast with eggs and chicken can never be underestimated. Try protein rich veggies like broccoli if you're vegetarian. It will work amazingly well for your hair, and also your muscles. © Getty Images 4. Make sure you're getting all the vitamins and minerals. Meet a dietitian and figure out whether you need multivitamin supplements. Plus, most Indians are Vitamin B and D deficient, which is also responsible for less hair growth and also a bunch of other problems. Try taking fish oil supplements. © Getty Images 5. Start getting a champi done once a week. The power of a good ol' hair massage with warm coconut/almond/olive oil is immense, and it will do wonders for your hair growth, and overall scalp condition. © Getty Images 6. This may sound ridiculous, but shift to silk/satin pillowcases. When we're growing our hair, pillow fabrics with harsh materials can result in a lot of hairfall and tangling. Using a silk/satin pillowcase can sort that out for you. © Getty Images 7. Know when to comb your hair. Never comb when your hair is dripping wet, because that's the time your hair is at its most vulnerable state. If you have curly hair or ringlets, try combing it as less as possible, because it messes up the natural texture and flow of the hair (do head massages to take care of the blood circulation that usually happens because of combing). If you have straight or wavy hair, comb with a wide toothed brush for best results minus the breakage. © Getty Images Try these and see your mane grow bigger and bigger within a short span of time!
  10. Keeping that extra coat of hair on your body is totally a personal choice. You can choose to keep all that hair right there if that's your call or remove it, if that helps you sleep at night better. Body hair is an extension of you and you really shouldn't be hating it or be insecure because of it. In fact, it's an extension of you that you can modify and mould in whichever way you like. However, it's important to know how to deal with it. There are specific ways to deal with body hair. If you don't follow these, then definitely the growth might present to you as a problem. If you're in the category of people who want to permanently get rid of body hair, and you don't want to deal with the regular bi-monthly hassle of shaving, you could consider these strong options: 1. IPL: Intense Pulsed Light © Instagram In this method, hair is removed for the long term with broad spectrum pulse of light, which basically means that it targets the melanin in the hair in contrast to the melanin in the skin. Once used, it gets rid of unwanted body hair for the long term. For application, simply treat the desired area of the body every two weeks for an eight week period for effective results. However, it's important that you talk to a professional first before you get into this course of treatment. 2. Electrolysis © artofmanilness In electrolysis, the professionals use a slim needle to poke each hair shaft separately, the technique delivers tiny shocks of electricity to the hair follicle, killing the cells that help hair grow. It's relatively expensive and time-consuming. It'll take more sessions to get all the growth out. 3. Laser Treatment © cosmoderma Laser treatment involves a beam that heats up the follicle and puts it in a dormant stage preventing any growth. The results depend on your skin type: the level of pigmentation and the amount of melanin in your hair. Laser treatment offers a permanent reduction, if done right you don't have to engage in regular treatments again.
  11. We all deal with unwanted hair. It has been an annoyance for men and women alike since puberty. Although, men face a teeny bit of extra issues when it comes to stubborn facial hair. Your everyday shaving and occasional routine of trimming body hair may be set, but there is hair that sprouts on the most unruly areas too. Yes, we're talking about ear and nose hair. Everyone talks about nose hair but ear hair also needs to be acknowledged and dealt with. The occasional men's grooming routine should include taking care of ear and nose hair as well. Period. Here are some grooming tips and methods that can help you get rid of those nasty little buggers: Tweezing © hairclippers If you spot just a few noticeable hair popping out of your ear or nose, the best way to take care of that business would be to tweeze them. Yes, each pull will hurt but if you have the threshold for it, why not? Tweezing generally gets the hair out from the root itself and the hair won't grow back for a long time. It's a solution you can adapt if you only have a few strays. Trimming © XYroutine Since many trimmers are basically designed for both nose and ear hair, you shouldn't have a problem finding one that can swing both ways. A trimmer makes sure there is no pulling at the skin and reduces the chances of getting cut. Trimmers designed for the very purpose have an angled head, which allows for better reach and control. Waxing © Pinterest As more and more men adopt the metrosexual lifestyle, waxing ear and nose hair are extremely common. What you need to keep in mind during a waxing session is that ears are extremely sensitive and should only be waxed by professionals. Many home-kits for nose hair removal are, however, actively available in the market. Hard wax would be applied to the area, allowed to set, and then quickly pulled off. Use ice water to soothe the skin after a waxing session. Nip those distracting nose and ear hair in the bud by regularly spending a few minutes grooming then time and again. Put your well-groomed self forward, guys!
  12. In your twenties, chances of you spotting your first dreaded grey hair strand are very likely. The existence of a white hair strand(s) or in plural can be terrifying. The white signifies the beginning of horrors of old age and death! You might also think that white is an unattractive colour to be on one's head. Or worse, what if suddenly your crush begins to think that you're really old. But hey, before you freak out. via GIPHY This is not a nightmare. You're in control of this. You can control your grey strands in a better way than you think. Here are things to immediately do as soon as you spot the grey. 1. Don't Pluck It Whatever you do, don't pluck it. As tempting as the idea might sound, plucking the hair strand damages the hair follicle and might lead to hair loss. You don't want another problem to attack you when you're already dealing with one. via GIPHY Don't. 2. Snip It A good alternative to plucking greys is snipping them short. Just give them a close cut near to the scalp so they stop being the unicorn in your main crop. © active web group 3. Dye It If suddenly you see too many white strands, you could consider dyeing them. But don't go all out. Keep it subtle. Spend time choosing the tone matches the colour of your blacks. 4. Oil It Once you start with the hair colouring business you need to take care of your hair. All the chemicals from the hair dye will render your hair dry and brittle. © livestrong If you find the greys taking over your blacks, it's time to embrace it. It looks suave, trust us. Look at Jim Sarbh, Obama, Milind Soman for some inspiration. © Twitter While all these solutions might give you temporary results, the best way to deal with the whites is to wear it like you're proud of it. Who cares anyway, right?
  13. When one hears the name 'Thor', the first thought is that of the golden aura of Chris Hemsworth's majestic hair and beard (not to mention the muscles). Now, no one thought that someone else can top that, but we'd beg to differ, thank you. We just stumbled upon Lasse Løkken Matberg, who is a Lieutenant in the Royal Norwegian Navy, but looks like a real-life Thor. Here are 10 pictures, where he looks more like Thor than Chris Hemsworth! Take a look: 1. Iceland Or Asgard? Who Can Tell? View this post on Instagram A post shared by Lasse Løkken Matberg (@lasselom) on Nov 16, 2018 at 11:37am PST 2. Gearing Up For Battle Like... View this post on Instagram A post shared by Lasse Løkken Matberg (@lasselom) on Jun 7, 2018 at 12:20pm PDT 3. No, Really. Look At That Hair Game. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Lasse Løkken Matberg (@lasselom) on Jan 3, 2019 at 11:31am PST 4. Thor At Starbucks View this post on Instagram A post shared by Lasse Løkken Matberg (@lasselom) on Jun 9, 2017 at 10:53am PDT 5. Not Even Saying Anything View this post on Instagram A post shared by Lasse Løkken Matberg (@lasselom) on Jun 7, 2016 at 12:29pm PDT 6. Serving Some Exotic Lumberjack Realness View this post on Instagram A post shared by Lasse Løkken Matberg (@lasselom) on Oct 10, 2015 at 1:03pm PDT 7. Thor Should Have A Man Bun. You Know You Agree View this post on Instagram A post shared by Lasse Løkken Matberg (@lasselom) on Apr 14, 2015 at 7:31am PDT 8. Not A Shoot, Just Wearing His Regular Navy Uniform View this post on Instagram A post shared by Lasse Løkken Matberg (@lasselom) on Dec 13, 2018 at 12:52pm PST 9. Parties Are Lit When You Don't Skip Leg Days View this post on Instagram A post shared by Lasse Løkken Matberg (@lasselom) on Aug 11, 2018 at 11:48am PDT 10. And Finally, Christmas Is Over But This Santa Will Always Be Welcome, Anywhere View this post on Instagram A post shared by Lasse Løkken Matberg (@lasselom) on Dec 16, 2018 at 12:00pm PST
  14. Unless you're Ranveer Singh or Hrithik Roshan, it's safe to say you'd need a million products to keep your long 'tresses' in place. To be honest, even these guys would, but let's give them a benefit of the doubt and assume they are blessed with amazing hair. Now, if you're trying to tame your hair and look as good as the aforementioned, you would need an army of chemicals put in your hair. And sorry to burst your bubble, but that's going to do more harm than good. Unless, of course, you switch to natural alternatives from Qtrove.com which make your hair smooth and tamed, without harming a strand of hair on your head, literally. 1. Apple Cider Vinegar with Moroccan Clay Shampoo Bar Qtrove.com Moroccan clay is very rich in minerals and is an exceptional ingredient for hair care. Moroccan clay cleanses the hair, removing impurities, and leaves hair bouncy and voluminous. It naturally has a powerful, negative electromagnetic charge, while the majority of toxins have a positive charge. This makes rhassoul treatments ideal for drawing out impurities and detoxifying your hair with all the chemical buildup in the hair. 2. Coconut Milk Shampoo Bar (Sweet Almond & Jojoba Oils) Qtrove.com Coconut milk along with hair-friendly oils like sweet almond & jojoba leave the hair nourished and soft and along with essential oils of rosemary and peppermint stimulate hair growth and arrest hair fall. Now, wouldn't you want that? 3. Organic Hair Color Qtrove.com The 100% Natural Hair Coloring Kit is a perfect solution for colouring your hair with zero exposure to harmful chemicals. It is not recommended to use chemically loaded harsh hair dyes on the sensitive scalp and hair as they cause damage and breakage. Stay natural, stay safe! 4. Hairwash Shampoo Powder Qtrove.com Regular shampoos use chemicals to produce lather. Hairwash products being marketed as "Natural" mention shampoo base as an ingredient which contains a chemical foaming agent that damages hair. As a chemical-free alternative to shampoos, soapnuts are rich in lather producing 'saponins' and can be used as safe shampoos. It consists of crushed dehydrated soapnuts that grow wild in forests in India. It lathers and cleans the scalp as good as any other shampoo in the market but without the use of any artificial chemical. 5. Deva Thali & Mud Shampoo Qtrove.com This shampoo is known for the natural goodness of hibiscus, multani mitti, shikakai, and henna. It effectively tackles excess oil and problems like premature greying, dandruff and split ends/ashtapathy devathali-mud-shampoo. Find all of these wonderful products and much more at the one-stop-shop, Qtrove.com. They make sure that they deliver only the best to you. This curated marketplace exhibits and sells only natural and sustainable products from passionate sellers across the country. The products are made naturally and consciously by local sellers for Qtrove.com, which intends to bring their products to the national audience. So, it's time to say bye to mass-produced and boring factory-made goods. At Qtrove.com, products are made in limited numbers, either by hand or in small facilities with individual care. Embrace Qtrove.com as your go-to marketplace for all things pure and good. Spread the good karma by embracing the ultimate shop for good things- Qtrove.com! And for a limited period, you can save yourself from burning a hole in your pocket! If you pay using your PayTM wallet, you will get 10% cashback up to Rs 100 on Qtrove.com!
  15. To take proper care of your hair, you need a few must-haves. These include the basics like shampoos and conditioners, to some simple products that can seriously up your hair game, like a serum, hair oil, or even a hair gel. And we are here to break it down, and tell you what you should remember and look for, while building your hair care regimen. These Are The Essentials You Need In Your Hair Care Kit: A shampoo according to your hair type © Instagram/Varun Dhawan A shampoo is obviously a huge must have item in your shower caddy. It is the basis of our hair care and hair style routines. A shampoo is obviously meant to cleanse your scalp and your hair of dirt, sweat, and excess oil. But a good shampoo will do so, without stripping off your hair (and your scalp) of the natural oil that helps keeps your hair healthy. You don't want a shampoo that is too drying. So when choosing the right shampoo for your hair, keep in mind what the issues of your hair are, these can include dandruff, greasiness of scalp, breakage, dryness. And buy one that targets these. Also, remember that it is better to stay away from harmful chemicals like sulfates and parabens, especially if you tend to have dry hair. A nourishing conditioner © Instagram/ Ayushmann Khurrana The next step, after cleansing your hair properly, is to nourish it. Most shampoos do take away natural moisture from your hair while cleansing. So you need something to replenish that lost moisture and counter that drying effect. And a great way to do that is to use a rich and nourishing hair conditioner. There are many conditioners that also target different issues, but the main characteristics you should look for is that it be hydrating. Do not apply conditioner directly on your scalp though, it's meant only for the hair. Once applied, keep it on for at least five minutes and then wash it off. If you have really dry hair, a leave-in conditioner is a great add-on you can try, along with DIY natural conditioners like bananas, eggs, beer washes etc. Hair oil © Instagram/ Vicky Kaushal Now that you have restored the moisture and hydration to your tresses, you need to take care of your scalp. A dry scalp will ultimately mean drier hair that is prone to breakage, aside from the obvious result of dandruff and hair fall. Everyone needs to properly oil their hair and scalp at least once a week (if you have oily hair), and upto two to three times a week (if you have dry hair). If you have serious hair or scalp issues, then make sure to see a dermatologist before deciding a hair care routine. But for most of us, having a good hair oil in our kit can fix a lot of hair problems we tend to face. Hair serum © Instagram/ Ranveer Singh Up next is a hair serum. There are essentially two types of hair serum, one is used for styling and the other which hydrates and nourishes your hair. The first kind is for temporary use, affecting only the appearance, such as making it appear smoother. Use these while styling your hair using blow dryers. On the other side, continuing usage of a hydrating serum combats dryness, frizziness, breakage, and even split ends. The great thing about serums is that they don't need to be washed out, and they work instantly on your hair, giving it a quick and easy lift and shine. Pro tip: Use a hydrating serum while your hair is still damp, for the best results. A gel, pomade, or wax © Instagram/Raj Kummar Rao Finally, end your hair care essential kit by topping it off with a hair gel or hair wax. You need to pick the right product depending on the look you want, shiny or matte, flexible or firm hold. Gel will give you a wet look, but a longer hold, while pomade and hair wax are lightweight and best to gently style your hair. Ultimately,which one you use is determined by what you are looking for, and also your hair type. Pro tip: If you have dry hair, then skip the hair gel, as it dries it out even more.
  16. Winter is almost here. As much as you're looking forward to the chilly mornings, hot chocolates, and extra holidays, there are a few things about winters that are not very festive or pleasant. One of the most overlooked things in that list is the plight of your hair. Just like the winter skin is bereft of moisture, it reflects on your hair as well, and it ends up being dry, brittle, and lifeless. However, there are ways in which it can be taken care of without much effort. Here are 4 easy, but effective things to do every day, that will ensure that your hair stays soft, healthy, glossy, and dandruff-free in the freezing weather. 1. Don't wash your hair every day © Pozitivnap Washing your hair every day will strip it off its natural oils. So, dryness will increase. The low moisture in the air will only make it worse. Also, washing hair in the winter, and not immediately drying it afterwards can make sure that you fall sick. 2. Shampoo or not, don't forget to condition © Birchbox Every time you wash your hair, with or without shampoo, it gets dry. The only immediate way for you to replenish some of that moisture is conditioning it regularly. 3. Regulate the temperature of the water you use to wash your hair © Monat Global Yes, it feels great to stand under that flaming shower. It almost doubles up as a hug. But don't indulge in that all the time. Hot water is neither good for your hair, nor your skin. Warm water is fine, but don't go overboard. Even if you use a lot of hot water, try rinsing your hair once in cold water to help retain the moisture. 4. Use a mild anti dandruff shampoo and lemon water rinse © Wholefully Whenever you shampoo, make sure it's a mild anti-dandruff one. Also, every time you wash your hair, try using a lemon rinse to finish it off. Add the juice of one lemon to about a liter of water, and rinse your hair and scalp with it. It will help your scalp stay dandruff-free, and make your hair glossy.
  17. You know a person is filthy rich when he sleeps on a bed of money since his bed sheet has gone in for a wash, or spends Rs. 7 lakh for 7000 hair strands. If you think I am exaggerating, then you clearly don't watch 'Bigg Boss 12' or follow Anup Jalota. © Instagram All those people who religiously follow 'Bigg Boss 12' will agree with me that Anup Jalota is undoubtedly the best thing to ever happen to the show. From stirring controversy by entering the house with his 28-year-old girlfriend Jasleen Matharu, breaking up on the show to going on a romantic date with Jasleen; people are loving Anup Jalota's unseen avatar. Right when people thought that Anup Jalota and Jasleen's relationship was the most shocking development of this season, Jalota came around and proved us all wrong with his latest revelation. © Colors Recently, the King of Bhajans revealed that he spent Rs. 7 lakh on getting hair transplants. He said that he lost all his hair from the frontal part of his scalp, so his cosmetologist charged him Rs. 100 per hair strand. This means he spent Rs. 7 lakhs for just 7000 hair strands. Dr. Batra, are you listening? © Colors He told Deepak Thakur that some hair strands from his beard were also taken for the transplant. The housemates were stunned with his revelation and so are we. Anup Jalota is not only the King of Bhajans, but he's also the King of Entertainment and he's proving it on the show every single day. Honestly, we are thoroughly enjoying all the drama taking place inside the house. Let us know in the comments section about your favourite contestant from 'Bigg Boss 12'.
  18. Everyone has, at some point, envied the thick and abundant mop of hair on someone else's head. While getting that naturally is quite the blessing, most people aren't that lucky. So, we are here to let you in on a few hacks that'll let your hair look like it is thick and plentiful. Some of these are pretty simple, and super easy, while some require a little bit effort. Also, remember that these hacks can only make it look like your hair is thicker and more. Actually fixing thinning hair requires more than basic hacks. Let's get started with these hacks for thick hair: 1. Use Body-Boosting Hair Products © Official Instagram/ Ranveer Singh To give your hair volume, an obvious answer is to use volume boosting products. You can use shampoos that work on increasing the body and the volume of your hair. Pair it with a conditioner that is also geared towards doing the same. These products can't stop hair fall or thicken your hair. They just add more body to the hair. 2 Be BFFs With The Blow Dryer © Flickr You can add more body and volume to your hair, thus making it look more full, by blow drying it. Brush the stands outwards from your face, to give the illusion of more volume. Lift up the base as much as you can while doing this. Hold up the roots, to give some extra body to the hair while blow drying. Don't smoothen the roots, just smoothen out the ends. Be careful while styling that you don't flatten the roots. Use a good hair serum to keep the softness, and protect your hair from the heat. You should also keep some heat-protecting products around, if you blow dry your hair often. 3 Get Yourself Some Hair Mousse © Official Instagram/ Shahid Kapoor Before your blowout, take a coin-sized amount of mousse and work it in your hair. Use more if needed, according to your hair length and type. The mousse helps your hair retain the volume created by the blow dryer. It also lets you have more control with your hair, than using just a serum would. Avoid using it at the roots though, and focus more on the mid-length and the ends. 4 Pick Up A Dry Shampoo © Official Instagram/ Vidyut Jamwal Yes, the purpose of dry shampoo is slightly different than what we are recommending it for here. The consistency of dry shampoos makes a great way to add volume to your hair. The powder form is meant to get rid of the greasiness of your hair, without having to use water. But it also settles on the hair strands, and creates a bit of an extra layer on it, thanks to the powder. You can also use it on the roots safely, so this is a super easy way to add some quick volume to your hair. The best way to do it is getting through coverage, so tip your head over, spray over the strands properly, from roots to ends, holding the bottle a few inches away. Afterwards, just brush out your hair or finger comb it. The dry shampoo takes care of the greasiness, getting rid of the flatness. And the lightweight powder shampoo gives you fullness. 5 Cover Up The Gaps © Official Instagram/ Ranveer Singh This one is the most innovative, perhaps even the most ambitious hack. Thin hair means that often there are gaps in the hair roots. So a quick-fix is to cover those gaps up. How do we do it? That's where it gets innovative. You can use anything that matches your hair colour and is safe to use on skin. We are thinking quickly dusting off some of your girlfriend's black or brown eyeshadows should do the trick. There are a few easy root touch-up products as well on the market these days, like this one from L'Oreal: L'Oreal Paris Magic Retouch © Amazon MRP: Rs 298 Buy it here
  19. With Diwali just a few days away, it's time for the celebrations and festivities to kick in. But along with all of the good things that the Diwali festivities bring with them (those happening Diwali parties, charming Diwali gifts and late-night card sessions come to mind), they also bring incredibly harmful and dangerous elements with them - smoke, smog and the alarmingly increased levels of air pollution. In fact, if you don't take care of yourself (specifically your skin and your hair) during the next few days, you might have to deal with the harmful effects vis-a-vis your hair and your skin. Well, since we are certain you don't want to be in that predicament, we've compiled a list of five simple tips that will help you protect yourself this Diwali season. 1) Invest In A Good Face Wash & Face Scrub © Pixabay Your face is perhaps the most at risk vis-a-vis the increasing levels of pollutants in the air. After all, it's these very pollutants and harmful toxins that, if left unchecked, can cause severe acne breakouts, can increase signs of ageing (such as wrinkles and loss of skin elasticity) and can even increase skin pigmentation. As such, it's highly recommended that you opt for the best face washes and face scrubs out there that will help protect your skin against harmful pollutants. 2) And In A Good Hair Serum As Well © Official Instagram/ Ranveer Singh If you believe that, since most of you don't harbour long hair, you don't have to worry about protecting it from the pollutants in the atmosphere then you'll be making an incredibly rookie mistake. After all, your hair is going to be just as susceptible to damage as your skin during the next few days. Well fortunately for you, one of the most effective ways of combating this involves investing in the right hair serums for men and regularly using them. 3) Start Applying Body Lotions © Official Instagram/ Kartik Aaryan Body lotions often tend to be one of the most underrated grooming essentials for men. Not many people realize just how useful and effective they can be in helping you take care of your skin, especially when you're trying to ward off harmful air pollutants. Just remember though, most body lotions are formulated for specific skin types and, as such, you need to opt for the ones that match your skin type. 4) Don't Forget About Taking Care Of Your Beard & Moustache © Official Instagram/ Vicky Kaushal When we talk about taking care of your hair, that also includes your beard and mooch. In fact, your facial scruff is the first place where dirt and dust particles, as well as toxin pollutants, can leave an impact. So investing in the proper beard care products - including beard oils and moustache waxes - is highly advisable.
  20. For those of you who freeze at the thought of bungee jumping or river rafting, a rather safe way to feel the same thrill can be colouring your hair. You can come out looking like a stylish new person, or it can end disastrously - who knows? Therein lies the adventure, doesn't it? However, few things can match the pain of stepping out in public with an unflattering hair colour and the comments it brings forth - unless you have a thick skin and an elastic heart, that is not prone to vanity-inflicted injury. Here, we have compiled a list of 7 things you should never do, when it comes to colouring your hair: 1. If you're going to experiment with a weird hairstyle, please don't make it look appalling and all the more conspicuous by colouring it with a shocking blonde colour. If SRK can't pull it off, neither can you. © Twitter 2. Bangs are anyway not fashion-forward when it comes to men's hairstyles, please don't make them look worse by getting blonde highlights. They just look bad and need to go. © Twitter 3. Unless you're role-playing as a parrot or are all set to walk the runway for an avant-garde show, please avoid fluoro blues and greens. They are extremely tricky to pull off, and you need to be absolutely sure about the aesthetic when you take the plunge. Plus, pairing outfits with them can be a challenge. © Twitter 4. Always avoid going for a shade that is almost the same colour as your skin tone. Our hair frames our face, so the contrast helps. Also, going for an unflattering yellowish blonde colour will almost never work on a brown skin tone. © Twitter 5. Please don't go for metallic, shiny shades that are also super vibrant. They don't suit anyone and are just plain tacky. © Twitter 6. Spiked highlights need to go off the face of the earth. They just have this inexplicable wannabe, douchey vibe, that just can't be salvaged with the best of outfits. © Twitter 7. Remember the style where you were made to wear a cap with holes, and clumps of hair were pulled out through those holes and were coloured in a shocking shade - usually blonde or the ugliest shade of burgundy? Please don't go for that, for your own sake. If there is a definitive hairstyle that doesn't suit anyone on this planet, it's that one. © Twitter
  21. With air pollution levels at an all-time high, and harmful toxins attacking our hair at alarming rates, taking care of our hair has become mandatory. But infusing your hair with a million hair products is not the answer, on the contrary it'll end up doing a lot more damage than good. So to help you make sure that you take proper care of your hair, here are five simple (yet effective!) tips you should always follow: 1) Invest In Premium Hair Serums © Instagram/Ranveer Singh When it comes to taking good care of your hair, hair serums end up being a godsend. Providing your hair with the nourishment it needs, investing in a premium hair serum should be the first - and perhaps most obvious - hair care tip you should follow. Pro tip: Beardo and Ustraa curate some of the best hair serums for men, all of which happen to be super affordable as well. 2) Make Sure You Don't Over-Wash Your Hair © Instagram/Shahid Kapoor Excess of anything can be bad - even water. So if you happen to be someone who washes his hair two to three times a day, you need to immediately stop doing that. Contrary to what many of you might believe, washing your hair just once a day is more than enough to make sure that its well taken care of. 3) Don't Hesitate To Oil Your Hair © Instagram/Vicky Kaushal Oiling your hair has a lot of benefits, many of which are often severely underrated. So don't hesitate in oiling your hair every once in a while to aid in its nourishment and overall health. But be careful, as putting too much oil on your hair can be damaging as well. Pro tip: If you've been planning on growing out your hair a bit and have been struggling with the same, you should check out Beardo and UrbanGabru's catalogue as they curate some of the best oils for hair growth. 4) Use A Shampoo That Is Best Suited For Your Hair © Instagram/Shahid Kapoor Do you suffer from hair fall? Has dandruff decided to make your hair its natural habitat? What about your hair length - is it short or long? Do you have straight hair or curly hair? Is your hair coloured? Depending on these factors, certain shampoos will be better suited (and naturally more effective) than others. So when you are searching for a shampoo for your hair - a product you'll be using on an almost daily basis - you need to make sure it's one that is best suited for your hair. Pro tip: Check out these best shampoos for Indian men that cater to different hair problems. 5) Hair Dryers Are Your Friend © Instagram/Ranveer Singh If you have long hair (and let's be honest, almost every second guy out there has long hair nowadays), then investing in a hair dryer pretty much becomes mandatory. After all, hair dryers end up being your friends as they ensure that your long and wavy hair doesn't stay damp and/or tangled.
  22. With shifting boundaries and changing conceptions, the stereotypical idea that men don't need to groom themselves is dissolving. Moreover, if someone wants their hair to look silky, smooth and glossy – does anyone have the right to stop them? So with that in mind, here's a hand-picked list of the best serums for hair straightening for men curated by MensXP, all of which happen to be super affordable as well. Here Are The Best Men's Hair Straightening Serums That You Should Check Out 1. UrbanGabru Hair Serum © Amazon India This affordable and effective hair serum for men serves multiple purposes – it smoothens your dry hair, hydrates it from its roots, gives it a shiny polish and on top of it all, it keeps your hair at a safe distance from the harmful effects of heat styling. You can use it as a pre-styler to style your hair with a flat iron or a hair dryer, or you could simply make it your go-to conditioner. In either case, you'd be good to go! MRP: Rs. 291 Buy it here 2. Streax Hair Serum © Amazon India This cost-effective and well-known hair serum for men is vitalized with the strength of almond oil that seeps to your cuticles and enriches them from the roots. This technology helps the serum lock your hair in a shiny, glossy and smoothened look. An added bonus? It smells great as well, making it an absolute steal of a deal at its minuscule price of Rs 199. MRP: Rs. 199 Buy it here 3. Set Wet Studio X Hair & Beard Serum © Amazon India Created by the celebrated hairstylist Hakim Aalim, this hair and beard serum for men gives men's hair the best frizz-free look, all the while conditioning it to look neat in all possible situations. Using this serum will not only make your hair manageable and easy to handle, it will also make you feel like a celebrity without having to pay a fortune on some fancy hair stylist! The specialty of this serum is that it can double up and be used for your beard as well. MRP: Rs. 240 Buy it here 4. Man Arden Beard & Hair Serum © Amazon India Enriched with a variety of natural oils – Moroccan argan oil, avocado oil, olive oil and more, this hair serum by Man Arden is one of the best out there simply because of a combination of characteristics - It smells really good, preps your hair for styling and makes each strand glossy and shiny. And guess what? You can use this for your beard as well as your moustache, giving it added utility that makes it a long-term and valuable investment for its price. MRP: Rs. 399 Buy it here 5. Neotis Hair Serum © Amazon India This smooth hair serum is made from a mixture of essential oils that provide protection from the atmospheric pollution and heat that can damage your hair. So basically, you can now say goodbye to brittle hair because applying this serum each day will keep your hair smooth all day long. MRP: Rs. 250 Buy it here 6. L'Oreal Professionnel X-Tenso Care Straight Serum © Amazon India If you're ready to make a good investment and are looking for something clinically trusted, with a keratin treatment that smooths your hair efficiently, then look no further than this Professionnel X-Tenso Care Straight hair serum from L'Oreal. It makes your hair soft, smooth and frizz-free without the oil and grease that usually accompanies the application of a hair serum. MRP: Rs. 575 Buy it here 7. Mesmara 3-In-1 Argan Oil Serum © Amazon India Clinically tested, with just the right amount of essential oils to make your hair frizz-free throughout the day, this hair serum is suitable for both men and women. Put it on before stepping out and it will keep your hair protected from the sun, air pollution, and any other pollutants that can cause harmful damage. As the Argan oil replenishes and nourishes your hair to make it stronger at the roots, it makes for a worthy addition to your grooming kit. MRP: Rs. 250 Buy it here
  23. As a man, you often tend to be complacent about hair grooming. But just a little attention can completely change how your hair looks, feels & is noticed by others. Unfortunately, the wide variety of hair grooming & styling products available on the shelves have lofty promises, but leave your hair damaged & lifeless. And in the long run, they can even lead to hair thinning & if left unchecked, even loss of hair! Often, men shift into an autopilot mode while grooming their hair, using the same products every day all through 365 days a year, without giving it a thought. It is time you re-evaluate it and consider giving a little more attention. And we've curated these 5 organic products for just the start you need. 1. Organic Shampoo for Men Qtrove.com With the goodness of lavender, lmongrass & chamomile, this shampoo by Rustic Art is suitable for men's hair. It keeps hair healthy and well nourished. It is made of certified organic ingredients and is free of SLS/SLeS, parabens. It is hand-blended and has natural vegan ingredients like certified organic oils of olive, coconut, karanja, neem and essential oils of lavendar, lemongrass and chamomile. 2. Natural And Organic Hair Treatment Oil Qtrove.com Brahma Bull Hair Treatment Oil is formulated with a blend of various oils which help in the control of hair fall, fights dandruff, stops pre-mature greying of hair and promotes hair regrowth. It contains Argan and Jojoba that not only help in treatment but also nourishing the hair. It conditions and strengthens the hair strands from the root to the tip and is paraben free. 3. Paraben-Free Hair Styling Cream Qtrove.com A hair styling cream like none before! This formulation by Bhrama Bull provides quick light styling, fantastic manageability and leaves your hair nourished. A newcomer to the hairstyling stage cannot go wrong with this cream. Subtle control with low shine! 4. All Natural Argan And Almond Hair Oil Qtrove.com Argan, often called 'liquid gold', is proven to make hair softer, silkier and shinier. Argan is popular for taming hair frizz naturally and controlling hair fall. This oil by Mountainware Retail instantly enhances manageability, shine and ensures long-lasting conditioning. Sweet Almond Oil is packed with Vitamin E and works to nourish and smoothens hair. 5. Neem Wood Combs Qtrove.com Regular use of this comb by Woods and Petals will make your scalp itch and infection free, further promoting healthy growth of hair. Neem wood is a proven antibacterial and germicide wood hence keeps dandruff away, it has medicinal properties which ward off fungal and bacterial infections away. The comb is non-static, therefore prevents hair from appearing frizzy. And you can find all of these wonderful products and much more at the one-stop-shop for all things good- Qtrove.com. They make sure that they deliver only the best to you. This curated marketplace exhibits and sells only natural and sustainable products from passionate sellers across the country. The products are made naturally and consciously by local sellers for Qtrove.com, which intends to bring their products to the national audience. So, it's time to say bye to mass-produced and boring factory-made goods. At Qtrove.com, products are made in limited numbers, either by hand or in small facilities with individual care. Embrace Qtrove.com as your go-to marketplace for all things pure and good. Spread the good karma by embracing the ultimate shop for good things- Qtrove.com!
  24. Everything has its pros and cons. Hair — that thing you love styling daily — is just one of the things we're focusing on here. While they help define your face better, they also come with a set of problems, like hair-thinning, dandruff and frizz, that start to look (and get), rather awry most times. Now, that's not what you want right? Here, we've listed down product recommendations for 3 common hair problems men face. Thank us later if they end up being your ultimate solution. 1. Thinning Hair Ever heard of hair-thickening shampoos? Even David Beckham uses them. Why? Because over time, as your mop turns to gradual thinning, their use will boost the over-all bounce. The special polymers in such products will show a 20% improvement over time, resulting in thicker-looking hair. But that's just the start. Besides this, you can also use a thickening cream (like the one while styling your hair, to give them a bounce instantly. As for the shampoo, try the GO247 Mint Thickening Shampoo, we'd say. © Amazon India 2. Frizzy Hair Unfortunately, 'frizz' is a harsh reality on your scalp. Almost all of us have been faced with it at least once in our lives. But the good news is, with the use of a single product post shampooing every day, you can get rid of the frizz over time (no matter how intense it is or not). First off, stop shampooing too often, in case you are. Two, invest in a shampoo+conditioner (like this one) that's very moisturising, something, that conditions your hair more than shampooing it. Or best — start using a leave-in conditioner after a hair bath. They'll lock the moisture in with some major aggression. Try the Living Proof No-Frizz Leave-In Conditioner. © Amazon India 3. Dandruff-Ridden Hair If you've been facing dandruff troubles for a while, don't lose hope yet — dandruff can be treated with the right products and a good direction. First off, massage your scalp vigorously while shampooing. #2, shampoo every day. And most importantly, use an anti-dandruff shampoo every day. But the deal is, depending upon the intensity of your dandruff problem, your cheap off-the-rack product might not work. We'd suggest, you give the Neutrogena T/Gel Therapeutic Original Formula Shampoo a try. © Amazon India
  25. Men's grooming is a topic that entails overall care and upkeep of your body--including your groin, ears and even your nose. After all, who doesn't want thrice the amount of oxygen intake? Our humour be damned, all we're saying is: if you want your nostrils to look their best (and want the women to think highly of grooming regime), you've got to trim those strands up your passage. Some increase in length, get unruly and well, look rather dirty. Clean the mess up! Here, we've listed down three easy ways of trimming your nasal passage. Pick one as per convenience, and groom the hell up! © Centre Feel Well 1. Grab A Pair Of Scissors. Easy. The word 'scissors' may sound familiar, but 'nose hair scissors' may not. One, because they're not the same and two, don't use your ordinary scissors to snip your nasal hair (unless, you want to hurt the skin in your passage). Scissors to be used to trim your nose hair are designed with specially-designed safety uppers, that prevent any damage to your skin while you snip. But of course, since you're just snipping the strands, the hair will grow back in no time. However, this is a great way to keep them in check! © Linder 2. Heard Of Nose Hair Trimmers? In all honesty, while nose hair trimmers actually exist, they can cause some irritation to your skin. But again, honestly, this depends on your personal experience; you may not be faced with any annoyance too. That said, choose one with a dry and wet mode, and one that can really glide through your nasal jungle. But while you're using them, don't rub them too hard on the skin. That won't be a pleasant sight for your skin. © Hammacher Schlemmer 3. Yeah, You Can Wax Your Nose Hair Too. Using an applicator, apply a slight amount of melted wax to your nasal passage, wait for about a minute and a half or two, and then — yank it off (downwards). But while this may be a harsh method for you, remember: this will leave your nasal passage hair-free for the longest time out of the three methods here. Rather bear some pain than waste time, no?
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