Men's Health

To Each (Hairstyle) His Own (Hair Product)

CARING FOR your hair is simple enough. All you need is shampoo and conditioner and—bam! Styling your hair, however, is an entirely different matter. From gluey pastes to stiff ’n’ slick waxes to velvety creams (not to mention hairsprays and gels, which are undergoing a bit of a renaissance), there is an overwhelming array of mane-related paraphernalia out there, enough to make you go numb in the grooming aisle of your local Walgreens.

All this while we’re living through a Golden Age of Men’s Hairstyles™: an era in which beachy waves and undone mops stand alongside foolproof coifs like the undercut—a development you can partly blame on actor Timothée Chalamet

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