Great for dry, damaged and lion-like hair, John Allan's Smoothe Conditioning Styling Cream ($15) helps control your mane with a long list of natural ingredients like aloe and carrot root extracts, avocado, and honey and milk proteins. Use it to hydrate and style your hair. Reapply it as necessary to keep your 'do styled all day.
For combating fine/thinning hair on a budget, nothing beats L'Oreal Vive Pro for Men Daily Thickening 2-in-1 Shampoo & Conditioner ($5). With Regenium XY technology, it fortifies hair from root to end for thicker hair, adding body and a more couple years until you'll need to order that head rug.
Vests are a viable alternative to bulky coats in cool weather. That makes the Original Penguin Color Blocked Down Vest a great addition to any winter wardrobe. Its goose down filling and understated style make it ideal for layering, and the functional hidden hood and lined pockets will keep you warm, no matter what the occasion.
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If you're looking for a higher-end shampoo for everyday use, check out John Allan's Ocean Daily Nourishing Shampoo ($15). The cleanser works with any hair type, has an excellent clean scent, and enriches your hair and scalp with Sea Kelp and Aloe Vera. If you're running a little thin these days, take a look at John Allan's Thick Deep Cleansing Shampoo ($18), which makes your hair appear fuller and thicker, and might just help regrow your sprouts a little.
According to a Gallup Study, 16% of men use hairspray. If you're one of those guys (we're not ashamed to say that we occasionally partake), ditch the Aqua Net for good and get yourself a can of the Redken For Men Hold Still styling spray ($11; Salons only in Sept.). We've been testing it for a week or so and can tell you that it's a fast-drying spray that provides super firm hold all day long. In addition to keeping your hair in place, it also protects and keeps its healthy with pro vitamin B5 and vitamin E.