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I recently heard from a young woman who had been shedding a high amount of hair for about eight months. She knew that this wasn’t normal and she knew that her hair was thinning out at alarming levels. However, despite her best efforts, she still couldn’t determine if her hair loss was due to issues like telogen effluvium (TE,) androgenic alopecia (AGA,) alopecia areata (AA) or other autoimmune conditions, medications or illnesses, or other issues like scalp problems or allergies.
Since she couldn’t yet determine why she was losing hair, she was having trouble coming up with a regimen that actually helped or worked. But, she was looking for anything which would help her to lose less hair on a daily basis. One idea that she came up with was cutting her long hair. She asked me, in part: “does more hair fall out when it’s longer? Would cutting my hair short mean that I would lose or shed less hair?” I will discuss this more in the following article.
Your Hair’s Weight Or Length Isn’t Usually One Of The Reasons It’s Falling Out: I asked the young woman if there was ever a time when she had long hair that wasn’t shedding or falling. She told me that she usually wears her hair long because she much prefers it. She didn’t think short hair was flattering on her and she liked putting her hair up. Even with this longer hair for most of her life, she had never had any hair loss issues before eight months ago when the shedding started.
As you probably already know, there are many potential reasons for hair loss. But your hair being too heavy is not usually one of them. (Think about it. Men with very short hair often still have thinning.) Hair usually falls out because of a hormonal or medical issue or because the follicle itself has gone into the resting phase. Now, there is a condition called traction alopecia where hair can be pulled out when it is pulled very tightly for long periods of time. This sometimes happens when hair is put in corn rows or someone wears a weave pulled tightly for a long period of time without taking it out. The constant pulling can pull the hair out. However hair being pulled out is different than it being shed out or it falling out.
And, if you can remember back to a time before your hair loss started, you can probably remember a time when you brushed or styled your hair quite vigorously and never noticed too much coming out as the result. In other words, people who have normal hair and normal scalps where the follicles are healthy and getting adequately nourished don’t have to worry about manipulating their hair. They wash it, comb it, twist it, style it and put it up (and not too carefully either) without concern.
It’s usually only when your hair comes out for another reason do you begin to question things like styling or cleaning as a contributing factor.
Should You Cut Your Long Hair Short When It’s Shedding?: This is an individual choice. And, there’s no question that people have told me that they have noticed less hair fall when their hair was short. I don’t doubt this. Short strands aren’t as noticeable on your clothing or on your floor as long strands are. And, just a handful of long strands can look like a huge wad in your drain when the same amount of short hairs would likely go right down that same drain so that you would never see it.
In other words, short strands are fair less noticeable when they fall. Also, most people have to wash their hair more when it’s short which can bring about at least a little bit of improvement if you have an androgenic issue. So, there are many reasons that folks can perceive that they are losing less shorter strands.
But at the end of the day, if you have a hair loss issue, you are likely still going to have it regardless of the length of your hair. And, any hair that was pulled out because of that same strand’s weight was in the resting phase anyway and was going to eventually come out.
So sure, having short hair may make this easier to manage. Some people find it to be a relief. But, some people find it makes their hair look more thin. And unfortunately, I honestly don’t believe that having short hair spares you any shedding or loss. So, cutting your hair should come down to which type of styles you prefer rather than attempting to stop the loss.
I woke up to the frightening sound of my alarm at 7:00 a.m. only to be unpleasantly surprised by a disturbing but common occurrence with men’s long hair. A lock of my tangled curly mop had crusted itself to the side of my mouth while another stray hair had found its way into my unsuspecting eye. One might ask, “Why do I willfully subject myself to these burdens day in and day out?” I’ll tell you why. Having long hair is wicked cool! There are women out there who LOVE long hair, and even though it may at times be grounds for social discrimination, a large majority of people will respect you for it because you have exercised your creative license and taken a step into the bold.
Once you’ve made sure long hair is what you want, there are a set of simple rules to follow to get you started on your idiot proof journey to long hair. First you must identify your hair type. There are scores of hair types but yours will likely fall under one of these four categories: straight, wavy, frizzy, or curly. If you can’t figure out what hair type you have, ask your resident hair aficionado or your mother. This next step is the most important in the process. Don’t cut your hair! “But wait” you ask, “Shouldn’t I be regularly trimming my hair for split ends and unevenness?” This is entirely up to you. On average your hair will grow six inches each year, so if you decide to have it trimmed you might be delaying your long-haired glory by quite some time. Everyone has a different threshold for dealing with ugly split ends but I’d recommend just ignoring them for a while if you really want to bang this out.
When you’re finally comfortable with what seems like a never-ending bad hair phase you need begin thinking seriously about hygiene. Most men have an innate disposition to neglect their hair in every way possible, but if you’re going to get the long hair you’ve imagined, it’s going to require the development of some positive hair maintenance habits. Keep your hair clean, but know that there is such a thing as too clean. The key in growing strong healthy hair is in retaining your hairs natural oils. Just because you have more hair does not give license to throwing gobs of shampoo and conditioner at it. You may have already found that the overuse of any hair product can have detrimental effects on the health of your hair.
If you’re having trouble dealing with the side effects of using regular shampoo give organic shampoo a try. An organic shampoo will contain far less sodium lauryl sulfate and will generally foster hair growth and a healthy scalp. Also, remember that conditioner is not optional! Without it, there’s a good chance you’ll be waving goodbye to the lady folk.
As your hair grows, its type will become increasingly important. Straight and wavy types are easily maintained while frizzing and curly hair types often pose difficulties. If your hair falls under one of the troublesome types, you’ll have to spend more time brushing. Brush often to avoid tangles and stubborn knots. I highly recommend brushing your hair while it’s still wet because water will temporarily give your curly or frizzy hair some of the properties of straight hair.
You’ll find that as your hair grows to medium length and longer there becomes a need to keep your hair tied back and out of the way. One of the trials of having long hair, which I know all too well, is keeping it out of your face and mouth. While sleeping this is inevitable but during waking hours there are plenty of ways to combat this problem. The easiest options are ponytails, bandanas, and hats, but feel free to get creative! Ways not to restrain your hair are: buns, pigtails, or anything involving clips. YOU ARE A MAN and you should wield your hair as a testament to your manhood!
There you have it, a surefire way to full-blown, ridiculously good looking, mens long hair. Be patient. Hair takes time to grow, and until it gets down to your shoulders it may look awkward, but just think how bad ass it’ll look when it’s all said and done!
When your hair is shedding or falling out enough to cause alarm, most people search high and low to find the cause. When a cure or relief doesn’t come quickly, it can be common to grasp at straws for something, anything, to make it easier to cope. One common suggestion for making things better is changing your hair’s length. I’m often asked questions like “does having long hair make it fall out more?;” or ”if I’m shedding, will it help to cut my hair shorter?” I’ll answer these questions in the following article.
Is The Weight Of Long Hair A Factor In Making It Shed Or Fall Out More?: The theory behind cutting long hair that is shedding is that the weight of the hair makes it more apt to fall out. I used to have the same theory and I did cut my hair from a length to down my back to a short, choppy cut. For a while, I did notice some relief in the amounts of hair that I saw in my drain and on my floor and clothing. However, I now firmly believe that the reason for this is that short hairs easily go down the drain, don’t wrap around the vacuum bar, and don’t stick up on your clothes. In short, you just don’t notice them as much.
Also, when you look at say 5 long hairs in a pile and 5 short hairs in a pile, it’s likely you will think that the fallen long hairs represent 10 times more hair. So, seeing long, spent hair in a pile can look awful scary and troublesome, even if it’s the same amount that you would lose if you had short hair.
Think about this for a second. When your hair is healthy and you are shedding normal levels, does brushing your hair cause more to fall out? Sure, a few more hairs come out during this process. But this heavy manipulation is nothing to worry about. If you had put your long hair into a ponytail when it was healthy, would you have given it a second thought? No, because it’s not even on your radar then. It’s only when we start noticing the excess loss that we begin to be very aware of how many are coming out and this is due to issues that are causing the shedding, not with the length of you hair.
In my own case, once I came up with this theory, I started being more vigilant with collecting hairs after combing and taking inventory on my clothes. And guess what? I was shedding just as much with the shorter do. However, the length just made it much less noticeable.
The One Other Variable: I believe that there may be one other variable at play here. Sometimes, folks with long hair do not need to wash it as much. The longer strands do not get coated with natural oils nearly as quickly so while you may need to wash daily with a short cut, you can typically go for several days if your cut is longer. I actually know some in the long hair community forums who wash their hair only once a week or so or who wash with conditioner only.
This practice can make for healthy hair for someone who has no shedding issues. But if you are having hair loss, this practice can make it worse. Why? You’re allowing sebum, DHT, and androgens to accumulate on your scalp. Your risking hair follicle clogging followed by shedding. And you’re allowing inflammation to build. I understand not wanting to over shampoo your hair, but you can use very gentle products that shouldn’t make the shedding worse.
Does Cutting Your Hair Shorter Help When You Are Shedding?: It can for some. Mentally, it can feel good not to see long hairs everywhere. But, I doubt it’s going to lessen or eliminate your shed in the long run. And, you can feel very bare without the camouflage of longer hair. But, long strands can get stringy and appear very skimpy. I often advise folks to go for a blunt bob rather than a layered cut. This will give you more volume but isn’t so short that it looks like you have nothing there or you can see through to your scalp.
What is going to really help you both in terms of coping and in terms of your appearance is to determine why you have having excess shedding or hair loss and to fix it. Healthy hair deeply embedded into your scalp doesn’t fall out unless you pull it (hard) or unless it’s in the resting or shedding phase of it’s life. And that goes for hair that is either short or long. The key is to find out why it keeps going prematurely into the resting phase.
The decision to go from long to short hair is sometimes done with a lot of thought and sometimes done on a whim. Whatever the reason, it is important to prepare for some transitioning, and to make the correct decisions with regards to your new style. Often a drastically short cut will be too short, and then you will have to wait for your hair to grow out again. To avoid this problem there are a few simple points to consider before going for the cut.
One option is to go to a medium length haircut before deciding to go any shorter. This allows you the chance to get used to shorter and shorter styles, without cutting too short the first time. Often women or men find out that medium length is just what they really wanted – long enough to pull back yet short enough to wear down and in a casual style if they want. For women that are used to the multitude of different looks and styles that can be accomplished with long or medium hair, they may find the shorter style to be a bit restrictive, whereas the medium length still gives lots of options.
If your best feature is your long hair, and that is what you feel good about and have other people recognize you by, is cutting your hair really right for you? The shorter style will be very drastic, and it may attract lots of positive or negative attention. Gradually going shorter will eliminate a lot of the stress of a cut, and allow people to get used to your new style. In addition, wearing your hair up or back for a while before the cut will help you decide if short is the look you are going for, as well as help your coworkers, family and friends adjust.
Short hair doesn’t have to mean just one style. By learning how to work with short hair you can have several different styles from casual to elegant. Try using some of the new hair fibers, muds, crèmes and other styling products to create new looks with your style. If you are unsure of how to start, try talking to your stylist and having him or her show you a few quick styles.
Your facial shape will also have a big impact on what length of hair looks best. For long faces, short hair can actually square out the face and lessen the appearance of length. Squarer shaped faces are softened and rounded with layering at the sides, but will appear more squarely shaped with the very short cuts. Bobs and blunt cuts look great on oval shaped faces, and depending on the length of the cut, different features can be accentuated. For example, if you wish to draw attention away from your cheeks try keeping the hair longer at the sides of the head, and more textured through the bang area. A professional stylist will be able to advise you on a cut that will suit your features.
Getting a short cut can help you get in style, change your traditional look, or even just do something new. To avoid any regrets, try going shorter in stages, rather than all at once. If you are not sure what you will look like with a shorter style, you can try on wigs that will help you “see” yourself with short hair, or else keep your hair pinned up or pulled back to get used to the idea. If you are getting a short cut just because it looks cute on a friend or a movie star, you may want to reconsider. If you are cutting your hair for you, and you feel that it will suit your face and busy lifestyle, then short is definitely an option.
While many men are not considered to be fashion enthusiasts, there are some that are. If you are a man and you are interested in knowing men hair trends for 2015, here they are:
This trend is aimed at helping you to have a masculine and sophisticated look. You need to moisturize and condition your freshly washed hair. To create the texture you need to use a hair product and then hold and control the hair using a matte finish.
You should avoid brushing or blow drying your hair in order to avoid creating volumes in areas that you don’t want. For a great look you should style your hair using your hands.
Many men have been having long hair over the past few months and this trend is expected to go on until 2015. According to hair stylists and grooming experts, men are able to maintain their hair in good condition for a long time since they don’t fiddle with it like women.
If you decide to go for long hair, you should ensure that you visit your barber regularly for regular trims. You should also keep the hair clean and regularly use a great conditioner.
This style requires you to have a good hair cut. The sides and backs of the hair need to be shorter than the front. You can comb the hair or style it using your fingers. For a perfect look, you should wear a modern suit.
This is where you tie your hair at the back. To achieve the style you only need to brush your hair at the back with your fingers and then tie it into a ponytail or top knot. While this style can suit almost everyone, it looks great on a rugged man with a beard.
Since the 2014 world cup, many men have been spotted wearing hair bands. All you need to do is to hold your hair using a hair band. For ideal results, you should match the style with a granddad top and jeans.
These are some of the hairstyles for men that are expected to be popular in 2015. If you are a fashion enthusiast you now know the styles that you should go for. For ideal results, you should ensure that you get the style done by a professional. You should also ensure that you maintain the hair in good condition by applying all the necessary products.