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Shampoo: Choose a nice, soothing aromatic shampoo that is appealing to one's taste. The flavor doesn't matter, as long as the shampoo is ph balanced to ensure clean and healthy hair. Shampooing daily with the rinse and repeat instructions is not a ploy to sell more products. A second shampoo gets the job done. The first shampoo prepares the scalp to be throughly cleaned by loosening up all the "cool" products that make hair look and feel great!
Tone: Gently massage your scalp as you shampoo. Use the balls of the fingertips in a "spider doing push-ups" fashion. This is an often skipped part of everyone's hair care routine. It's too bad because toning for a few minutes -- even after shampooing, not only feels great, but helps the scalp release natural oils from one's sebaceous glands (that's a good thing). There's no special way to massage, although, try to avoid a circular pattern on long hair. Most of the oil is near the scalp. If no conditioner is to follow, gently towel dry the hair by squeezing to avoid tangles. A light, BB-sized dab of a moisturizing conditioner works miracles.
Condition: Moisturize your hair. Conditioner is an essential hair product if your hair is dry. An herbal rinse is better for those with oily hair. You can make both products yourself but they can be purchased for a few dollars at any popular pharmacy or salon supply store.
Groom: Get the right tools. You'll likely need the following:
brush (natural bristles are best)
comb (wide-toothed if you have curly hair) >
pick (plastic or metal tines)
hair dryer (if it's less than 1000 watts, you're wasting your time)
Style: Find a comfortable style that you can easily maintain on your own daily in less than five minutes
ok now here is a tip : Don't be cheap about the styling products. Cheap ones will either dry out your hair or grease it up. Find good quality gel, pomade, mousse, and whichever other products that are best for your hair type. They may be a bit expensive, but you only need to use a little to do a lot.
Get regular haircuts and trims from your trusted barber.
Massage your scalp with your fingertips or the pads of your fingers--not with your fingernails.
and i gonna give u some extra info on how to dress like a male model
Grab a mirror and take this article with you, we're going to take a closer look at you.
Examine your face: Your face needs to be cleanly shaved, unless you've been told that a little bit of facial hair is cute on you (but only a little).
How do your eyebrows look? Strays need to be trimmed away with a faint arch shape (no tadpoles shapes please).
Look at your facial shape. Pick a hair style that complements it. If you have a squarish jaw or round face then a soft layered cut is best. Whatever you choose it has to be a striking but natural colour on you, shiny (dyed) and no longer than jaw length. (this looks more model-like)
Side burns look better on rounder faces as they look slimming
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Body: do you have long legs or short legs?
If short then you can wear shirts loosely tucked in with tight dark pants or jeans and a darker coloured belt. Pinstripes and patterns both top and bottom work well too.Choose dark shoes that are shiny and tapered toward the toe, to visually lengthen.
If long then you can have long coats, untucked shirts,long scarves that hit thigh length and skin tight t-shirts.
Are you skinny or muscular?
If skinny then you can wear horizontal stripes, skinny leg jeans, wide belts, double breasted jackets/coats, and sweaters with stripes at chest and shoulders. Look out for details like epaulettes because they look good on as well(military styles).
If muscular or overall broad build: You work best in single button coats/jackets. Avoid detail over shoulders and horizontal details.
Colours etc: look at your eye colour, if blue then get shirts that bring out that colour best (grey,blue,black,purple) If green wear bright green sometimes and if brown then wear red. This goes for beanies/hats and scarves as well.
Bling: Not very much, maybe a small chain or string necklace, hidden try not to look too chavvy.
Hats: wear the latest styles, wider brimmed hats on slim faces and shorter brimmed hats on rounder faces. Make sure it fits your head well.
All together now: All clothes should be clean and pressed. No fraying or loose threads. T-shirts,jackets tank tops and jeans need to be close fitting ALWAYS.(its way more flattering) Mix formal with day-wear. A tie worn loose over a T-shirt etc.
Look at second hand stores for blazers and chain stores for the latest fashion shirts and belts if you're on a budget. Wear t-shirt scarves in summer and really long winter scarves in winter.
A singlet with an unbuttoned shirt,and jeans is a common model look.
Fragrance: has to be designer or as good as