Hair loss affects more than 35 million men in the United States. Let's face it … We're all obsessed with our hair.
Whether it's "long, straight, curly, fuzzy, snaggy, shaggy, ratty, matty, greasy, greasy, spotty, brilliant, shiny, flowing … or spaghettied," we all want it.
Hard loss can damage our confidence, trust and relationships.
Hunting for hair is an eternal endeavor that spans gender, age and social status.
Once you've got it, there are some ways to steal it.
Men's changed hairstyles over the years
In the 1950s, Elvis broke on stage as a music and style icon and film soloist like Tony Curtis set the tone for clothing, fashion, hair and stylish looks.
Both Elvis Presley and Tony Curtis had their black hair licked back in a "ducktail" or DA (for the spirit's ass). The hair from the head's sides was combed and smeared back with Brylcreem, meeting in the back in a look resembling a breathing ass and giving rise to the rebellious teens called "greasers".
John Travolta was the deciding greaser like Danny Zuko in – what more? – The Broadway show and the movie fat.
Also popular in the 1950s was the men's pompadour – hairstyle high up and named Madame de Pompadour, darling of Louis XV. Ricky Nelson, 1950s teenage heartthrob, had one.
Later, Silvio Dante on the soprano had a pompadour and, to a lesser extent, Conan O & B; Brien, previously hosted Late Night with Conan O & # 39; Brien.
When the Beatles came to America in 1965, Beatlemania released new trends and styles, including the Beatle Boots and Beatlecuts – or long earrings with earrings. It was all rage and became a sign of social conformity.
In the 1960s, black men (and women) afros grew and declared "black is beautiful".
Afros gave way to dreadlocks in the 1970s, popular by Bob Marley and Jheri curls. Think Samuel L. Jackson in the 1994 Quentin Tarantino movie, Mass Fiction.
The ubiquitous shag was everywhere in the 70s. Popularized by rockers like Rod Stewart, the style was "unisex", carried by both men and women.
The most famous woman with a shag was Farah Fawcett. Who can forget her iconic poster in the red swimsuit?
Punk rock brought Mohawks and spiked jewelry.
Nikki Sixx and Bon Jovi epitomized the big hair in the 1980s.
Fast winding to the 1990s. Men's hair is shorter. The main cut, as a way to handle male patterns, is on trend, popular by sports characters Michael Jordan and André Agassi as well as actor Bruce Willis in Die Hard.
Currently, Emo, a fashion, is borne by both Justin Bieber and Adam Lambert, American Idol runner-up. The style is stored, nailed and brushed forward to the face, sometimes with kind of bright colors, such as pink or green.
Whatever style you choose, there are some to avoid.
Think Duane "Dog" Chapman – and his straggly mullet – and the ubiquitous comb over used to hide hair loss, carried by celebrities like Donald Trump, John McCain and even Homer Simpson.
The less said about these styles the better.
Your hair should enhance your appearance – style it wisely.