The Right Product for Every Type of Hair. (Yes, Even Yours.)

 

Article by Esquire

When you were a kid, great-looking hair meant little more than a bottle of Prell and a dry towel. But now that you're a grown up, you've probably come to realize that proper hair care requires a bit more effort. And to compound that, what you use can change based on how long your hair is, what style you want it in, and what type of hair you have. Because the simple fact is, there is no magic bullet that will do all things for all hair types.

 
 

OIL
Tinsel smoothing oil
by R+Co

If you want to channel Donald Glover's recent look, you need to make sure your hair is seriously moisturized. Stylist Robin Capili of The Kin Room in NYC recommends a smoothing oil, like this one from R+Co., to keep everything under control.

$25
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DRY SHAMPOO

Perfect Hair Day dry shampoo by Living Proof

It's not good to wash your hair every day; shampoo dries it out, stripping away the natural oils that also keep it healthy. As an alternative, use a dry shampoo in between washes to absorb excess oil at the root of your hair. Not only will it keep your hair from feeling greasy, it will also add a little volume.

$22
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POMADE
Hair Pomade
by Malin + Goetz

A lot of products today use the word "pomade" liberally. It's a catchall that's come to mean "hair styler," but a true pomade will give you medium-to-high hold andshine when applied to damp hair. It's perfect for short and medium styles, especially if you need a little old-school business pomp.

$22
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WAX

V Rated Natural Wax
by V76 by Vaughn

Apply wax to dry hair—shorter styles work best, though it's great for tousled medium looks, too. You'll get medium hold and low shine.

$21
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