Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Japanese Hair Color Products and Hair Styles Part 1

Japanese Hair Color Products for Men

A general rule in determining hair color is how it will suit your skin tone. Guys with darker skin tones look better with lighter shades. The most flattering Japanese hair coloring options for men with darker skin tones are blonde, golden brown, honey brown, chestnut, copper, auburn, and mahogany. Guys with paler skin will look better with darker colors. Choose colors such as plum, burgundy, brown, and black.


Anonymous said...

Hi, this is a great site for asians and non asian, or to say better, guys who love hair style.

I have some what semi medium length hair, I was told that the longer you let hair grow, the straighter it becomes, but for some reason it somewhat true. I use to have very wavy hair, let my hair grow now its long, which I love but its still wavy sometimes it even curles which I really hate makes me look horrible. (sidenote I thought it was genetic, but I'm the only one in the family with non straight hair)

I thought it was because of all the styling products I have used long ago while I was in school, and the water and bleach when I was on the swim team, but that was 4 years ago. My hair has been clean of styling products for over three to four years, hoping my hair would get better/healthier.

I start using conditioner evertime I shower now for the past year, and my hair looks great right after the shower, but 30 minutes later my hair is dry, puffy, and unmanageable

I guess my question is how do I achieve that great look like the people on the site before they style. I eat healthy and exersice regularly and use conditioner so whats the problem?

Please help this guy with bad hair

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the tip!! Keep up the good work

iampeter said...

your hair probably is just wavy on its own, so you just gotta work a little harder everyday to keep it straight

get a straightening iron or go to salons for more permanent solutions