Growing your hair out? Battling through early phase awkward stage hair can be a warzone. Here’s how to power through early phase awkward stage hair, part I.
The most common question we’ve gotten in the history of time has been, “should I cut in the awkward stage?” We set out with three brave yet awkward men who put their locks on the line to find answers for you at the House of Imago Salon in San Diego. This video could just save your longhair life.
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A fellow at a bar made a polite suggestion recently: “you should cut your hair.”
Despite the shocking absurdity of his recommendation, I entertained the idea. And while I can appreciate his candor, here are the top six reasons why I choose to keep lettin’ it ride.
Portraits of The Longhairs Part IIView Post
The journeys to long hair and style—for men in particular—are parallel. If you’ve grown your hair, you’ve developed the characteristics of a man with style.
We respect the combover, and all lengths of hairstyles. Because it’s not just about the hair; it’s about choosing unconventional, in a conventional world.
The best part of this community is hearing stories like these.
We’re compelled to share this story of a longhair connection, 30,000 ft. above Europe, over whisky, rock & roll and men’s hair ties, as told by El Mysterioso. If that is his real name.
It’s a real shocker.
Join El Rubio on a ride down the US 395, answering questions from the blog, talking long hair, awkward stage, future products from The Longhairs and more.
Gus made it through the awkward stage, but he’s still pretty awkward. Even so he shares his best awkward stage hair tips and what it took to power through.
Have you ever asked a man for a hair tie? No. You know why? Because it wasn’t cool…until now. Now you can get Hair Ties For Guys™, and guess what? Now it is cool.
Here’s the story behind the Hair Ties For Guys™ commercial.
Why won’t the Longhairs’ social media manager grow out his hair?
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