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ANTHONY NADER REVEALS HIS TOP TIPS TO GET YOUR HAIR BACK TO LOOKING ITS BEST

Hey hair mid-life crisis………..we’re talkin to you! As seen on Dailymail.co.uk

As we age, our locks undergo many changes. For women, this is often related to stress and hormones; and while grey strands and hair loss might be the major concerns for women, loss of volume, dullness and dryness can be all signs of your hair’s unhealthy state.

Celebrity hairstylist Anthony Nader says his female clients often complain about grey and lacklustre hair that is dry and without volume.

‘They all come down to basically each hair strand becoming dehydrated and losing it’s plumpness which, in turn, becomes like an autumn leaf,’ he says.

 

Celebrity hairstylist and owner of RAW Salon in Sydney, Anthony Nader, says many women experience hair loss, dullness and dryness in their 30s and 40s.

Celebrity hairstylist and owner of RAW Salon in Sydney, Anthony Nader, says many women experience hair loss, dullness and dryness in their 30s and 40s.

 

‘You need to keep each hair strand plump and full of life so it performs.’

Mr Nader, who has worked alongside Kendall Jenner and Gisele Bündchen, says stress and hormones can affect a woman’s hair throughout her life.

 

Anthony Nader, Kendall Jenner, NYFW 17

Mr Nader with Kendall Jenner recently at New York Fashion Week

 

‘Breastfeeding, menopause and stress can be huge contributors to losing your hair and dealing with calming down your over active hormones,’ he explains.

‘Hormones will wreak havoc and you need to be always one or even two long steps ahead of them.

‘While your body is going through any of these transitions that occur at some point in your life, this is where you need to take extra care in treating the cause of the problem,’ he adds.

 

Keeping your hair one colour will make it look flat and dull. Grey strands can be given new life with 'dimensional colour', says Mr Nader

Keeping your hair one colour will make it look flat and dull. Grey strands can be given new life with ‘dimensional colour’, says Mr Nader

 

‘Going grey can be dealt with by colouring to suit your complexion, the pregnancy thankfully is a time when you need to balance out the supplements and add more nutrients in your day to day diet.’

However, Mr Nader says menopause is particularly ”trying” for women.

‘I’ve seen this stage on many of my clients, and with the right shampoo and conditioning products and styling you can create the illusion of thicker hair and fool the crowd confidently,’ he says.

‘You need to take extra care of maintaining and treating your hair to always feel supple and beautiful.’

Mr Nader recommends getting six-weekly haircuts, avoiding too much bleach and adding layers.

TIPS FOR HAIR LOSS

* Sweep your hair over to the opposite side. It will give you more volume

* Use a dry shampoo to achieve more hair texture

* If you want extra height on the crown area, use a brush, not a comb

* Opt for a thickening shampoo and conditioner

Mr Nader regularly shares images on social media with celebrities like model Kate Upton

Mr Nader regularly shares images on social media with celebrities like model Kate Upton

‘Layers are always a fabulous idea when you want and need to bring life back into your hair and especially around your face,’ he explains.

‘Go easy on the bleach and other heavy duty colour treatments as this can over time put stress on your poor hair strands.’

By Sheree Mutton for Daily Mail Australia

HOW TO DEAL WITH GREY HAIR

Have you woken up one one morning and noticed that your once lustrous locks suddenly seem as though they’ve been sprinkled with a dusting of salt and pepper? That my friend is just one of the effects of getting older. Although you might feel as though the rapid onset of grey hair signifies the point life that your days of youth have officially come to a screeching halt, do not despair. Man of Many is here to help. In order to figure out how to deal with grey hair, we have consulted some of our most trusted grooming experts to give their best advice on how to go grey with style, class and dignity. Here’s what they had to say:

Anthony Nader – International Stylist and Founder RAW Anthony Nader Salon, Surry Hills
Do you really want my honest answer? #Embrace. I think there’s nothing more stylish than a man with a flicker of silver/greys showing up. We have so many guys that come to the salon and they always take home a silver based shampoo as this cleanses the hair of any impurities and brassiness. Think George Clooney here guys, that gunmetal steel hue that is looks expensive and classy.

Murdock London Master Barber
Don’t panic. Don’t be afraid to keep things natural if you’re starting to notice an influx of greying. Certainly don’t rush to buy and over-do applications of hair dye, or even worry about receding hairlines for that matter. Good grooming upkeep should be followed to enhance, not to completely alter the way you look. Use the right products (ideally with natural ingredients instead of harsh chemicals) in moderation – shampoo, conditioner, styling product and you’ll probably find that you soon actually warm to any natural change in colour.

Nick-wooster

Nick Wooster – one of Instagram’s most stylish men

Jules Togini – Philips Shaving and Grooming ambassador and Men’s Hairdresser Of The Year
Discovering those first grey hairs is guaranteed to be a shock but there are a number of ways you can manage the salt and pepper look. Firstly, and most importantly – stay away from permanent hair dye. Grown out grey roots on men is a terrible look and I mean terrible. If you want to cover up grey hair with dye, opt for a semi-permanent hair dye that will gradually fade and blends those bad boys. If colouring your hair is not your thing, try a shorter, edgier haircut for a youthful look. Short sides will expose greys so ask the barber/hairdresser for a little textured length on top and this will blend your natural and grey hair seamlessly.

Phoenix Thomson – Stylist at American Crew
Grey hair can be distinguished and dapper, but it can also be ageing. If you want to embrace it, keep the natural white highlights looking cool, by using American CREW Gray Shampoo. It will keep them bright, and get rid of any unwanted tones.

To mute it down a little and lose a few years I recommend visiting your hairdresser for a grey blending service. American CREW precision blend will tone the grey enough to blend it with your natural and is over in only 5 minutes.

Anthony Nader for Man of Many

By Man of Many