How do I know what hair product to use?

Straight, wavy, curly, we got you covered

When it comes to hair care, it's important to use the right products for your specific hair type. This is especially true for men, as they often have different hair needs than women. To help you achieve the best hair possible, we've put together a list of the best hair products for men based on hair type.

FINE HAIR

Men with fine hair should look for lightweight products that won't weigh their hair down. A volumizing shampoo and conditioner are great options, as they can help create the appearance of thicker hair. Additionally, a styling cream or paste can help add texture and volume without making the hair look greasy or weighed down.

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THICK HAIR

Men with thick hair should look for products that help to control frizz and add definition. A hydrating shampoo and conditioner can help to keep thick hair looking healthy and shiny, while a pomade or wax can help to tame unruly strands.

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CURLY HAIR

Men with curly hair need products that help to define their curls and control frizz. A sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner can help to keep curls looking bouncy and healthy, while a curl-defining cream can help to enhance natural curl patterns.

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STRAIGHT HAIR

Men with straight hair should look for products that help to add volume and texture. A clarifying shampoo can help to remove buildup and keep straight hair looking shiny, while a sea salt spray can help to add texture and hold.

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