Modern Man Fashion Tips: How To Deal With Hair Loss?

For both men and women, hair loss is a natural part of the aging process. But regardless of how expected it might be, when it happens to you, it can be shocking and even devastating. Just like women, men do take pride in their appearance and their hair plays a huge role in this. For some, this hair loss might start later on in their late 40s or even 50s while for others it can start as early as their teens or twenties. In both cases, it is something that affects the appearance of the person and people go to great lengths to recover their hair. This is even more of a problem for people with certain medical conditions such as psoriasis and alopecia. Also, people fighting cancer face major hair loss challenges while others are simply more genetically prone to losing hair as they age. The good news is that it doesn’t have to be the end of your hair journey. Here are a few things you can do to help slow down your hair loss if not reverse the process.

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Your overall lifestyle and the type of diet that you consume can also have an impact on your hair loss. Your diet influences your hormone levels and, in turn, this can either speed up or slow down hair loss. Moreover, certain lifestyle changes can also help.

Tobacco and smoking have been shown to have negative effects on hair conditions and hair loss. Also, certain medical conditions such as diabetes and various mineral and vitamin deficiencies in the body can fuel hair loss. Fixing your diet and lifestyle will not only overcome these problems but can also improve your hair and save you from further hair loss.


Scalp Micropigmentation or SMP is a process that is very similar to microblading for the eyebrows, but this is for the scalp. This is an invasive process that is similar to hair surgery but the aim is to alter the skin pigmentation in such a way that it matches natural hair and also works with your natural skin pigmentation. This procedure helps in minimizing the appearance of thinning hair and gives the appearance of fuller hair. There are amazing specialists that actually provide hands-on training so that their work is accurate and flawless. The team at Eximious SMP Academy suggests that you choose your SMP artist very carefully as there is no formal training required to become an SMP practitioner, nor is there any licensing. However, if you go to the right sources, you’ll find that there are reliable and well-known places that give credible training. Just like tattoo artists, the quality of the job done boils down to the proficiency of the artist. Also, SMP can fade over time, especially for people with very dry skin.


If you are looking to use medication there is the option of regular drugs as well as alternative forms of treatment. When selecting a drug you want to make sure that it is FDA approved. Alternative medicines are much safer in this regard because there are close to no side effects that you need to watch out for. Especially in treatments that use natural ingredients like onion oil or thyme, there isn’t much to worry about. However, alternative treatment can be much slower acting. Even though it might take longer, you won’t have to be concerned about side effects and whether the treatment will work on you or not. 

Men are always expected to hold a certain air of confidence and it’s what we expect to see simply off of their appearance. Some of the most handsome men we all know are bald and they carry it off well. However, not all men feel comfortable- and perhaps this is because instead of opting for the look, they may have suffered the effects of hair loss. This can take a toll on self-esteem. The best way to prevent hair loss, if you are not already in extreme condition, is to take care of your diet and your hair while it is still healthy. Ensuring that you are getting enough iron and protein in your diet, massaging your scalp with essential oils, and taking care of your body overall will help with hair health. If you work in a job where you are constantly exposed to water or the sun or you sweat a lot, then making sure that you are washing your hair and providing it with the protection that it needs is crucial for the long-term health of your hair.

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