Going Bald? 10 Hair Growth Tips For Black Men

Unfollow #teamNoEdges. Tell your barber to make sure your hair is even all around—this includes your edges. Remind him not to knock your hairline back further to give you a cleaner look. It doesn’t make sense to have a straight line while thinning.

Find the right washing and conditioning products. Don’t be afraid to shampoo and condition your hair routinely. Conditioning is not only for women. Find a brand that works and stick with it. Look for a brand that leaves your scalp feeling rejuvenating as this is where your hair comes from.

Use the right temperature of water. Only rinse your hair with lukewarm water. Hot water easily dries your scalp out even more.

Stay away from harsh chemicals. Applying harsh chemicals to your hair attempting to enhance your thickness is a recipe for destruction. Find a light grease that contains oils and rejuvenates your scalp.

Lubricate your hair. Applying a moisturizer to your hair can greatly reduce the amount of breakage while stimulating growth. Even if you’re not going for the deep waves, still apply some type of grease and oil sheen to your hair.

4 COMMENTS

  • #teamtransplant :-)

  • Reply May 24, 2013

    seaturtle

    do most black men go bald?

  • Reply June 4, 2013

    Zion MarQuiese Devereaux

    Just shave it off and call it a day.

  • Reply November 3, 2013

    pete

    I do not want to use chemicals from the beauty supply because that stuff make my hair itch, plus I think it is the reason why I am going bald in the first place so I am using olive oil and Jamaican black castor oil and putting a shower cap on my head but my question is when is the best time to shampoo and condition your hair and how many times you should do it a day and a week?

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