It's no secret that modern culture places a high value on beauty, for better or ill. As we've previously stated, this would not be the case in an ideal society where individuals judged one another only on the basis of their character and personality.
Given that these biases are always present, we believe that the discriminating gentleman can use them to his advantage to appear more confident, polished, and put together. And, of course, here at the Gentleman's Gazette, we spend a lot of time talking about how clothing may have this effect. Your face and hair, though, are just as vital as your clothes.
While taking a scalding hot shower may feel nice, it will strip all of the natural oils from your hair, leaving it seems dry and more prone to frizz and split ends. While you may believe that the solution is to take a freezing cold shower, this will also not assist you much in the long run.
If the water in your shower is excessively cold, the capillaries in your scalp will shrink and constrict, resulting in reduced blood flow and, as a result, your hair will not receive the nutrients it requires. So the simplest way is to reach a happy medium by showering with lukewarm water.
Look for products that are sulfate-free.
The problem with the most less expensive shampoos is that they include sulphates. These are frequently found in the ingredients list under names like sodium lauryl sulphate. The major purpose of these components is to make shampoo foam more and create more suds since we naturally believe that if a product suds.
However, in addition to causing more bubbles, these sulphates will strip your hair of its natural oils, which, as we've already established, isn't a healthy thing. As a result, finding a shampoo that is sulfate-free and naturally washes and strengthens your hair will be your best bet.
These sulfate-free shampoos can be a little more difficult to come by, but your barber will most likely have some suggestions. You'll want to check for nutrients like hydrolyzed wheat protein, amino acids, and vitamin E in particular. Additionally, using a clarifying shampoo on a regular basis will remove any built-up hair product that has accumulated in your hair over time.