Grooming requires a lot of care and attention. Being well groomed is quite the task. You'd definately not want to use excessive chemicals and screw up your look in the long run. Our solution is just a scroll away.
1.Best routine for washing hair that gets oily by the end of the day.
Washing greasy hair with loads of water and harsh shampoos is not the solution. That strips the hair of too much oil will only stimulate the scalp to produce more to compensate.
With this in mind, wash hair with a shampoo which is specifically designed to remove excess grease but not strip the scalp of the oils it needs to stay healthy. If hair is very greasy, apply to dry hair and massage in before you add water.
Conditioners also help a great deal, but go for a lightweight one, only use a small amount and concentrate on the ends of the hair where it’s driest, rather than at the roots.
Also always blow dry on a cool setting and avoid fiddling with your hair too much or over-combing when styling, as heat and friction result in oil production.
It’s worth having a dry shampoo in your grooming armoury too – they’re great for those times when you need to de-grease in a hurry and don’t have the benefit of shampoo and water.
2. Twenty and prone to breakouts?
Oil and water are two different things so even if you have skin on the oily side resulting in the breakouts, moisturising is still necessary.
In this situation the best moisturiser to use is one that’s lightweight, oil free and if you’re prone to blemishes, a moisturiser formulated for spot-prone skin. This keeps your skin plump and hydrated , avoid shine and reduces the chances of developing blocked pores and spots in the process.
3. How to encourage beard growth without patchiness.
No matter how much and how early you start shaving, and all the articles on facial hair growth you read on the internet, only nature decides what grows when and where.
Mostly patches are covered p by hair above them when it reaches a certain length. Blow drying the hair along with a brush helps too to a certain extent only though. But I guess you got to accept and learn to love what the lord bestows upon you the way you love your mother.
4.Getting rid of blackheads?
Comedones as dermatologists prefer to call it, form in the skin’s pores when its natural oil (sebum) mixes with dead cells and bacteria and hardens to form a plug that eventually oxidizes and turns black. (tired…..)
Most commonly found around the nose and chin, where oil production is greatest, they’re not just unsightly but can permanently enlarge the pores, too, so it’s worth preventing them forming. The best way to do this is with a grooming routine that includes an oil busting face wash, an exfoliating scrub (to keep pores free of gunk) and a clay mask, which can be used once a week after exfoliating to hoover up dirt and excess oil. Man isn’t all that far from a Ken doll anymore.