1. Flat Hair.
For men with fine or thin hair, volume can be a struggle. It seems like no matter what you do, your hair falls flat and can look un styled.
Some solutions to this can be in the products you use, the method to try your hair and the comb you use. Start with volumizing shampoo and conditioner as well as volumizing spray or gel. Here is a good article: https://www.holdthehairline.com/best-hair-thickening-shampoos-for-men/Then use a round brush and blowdryer to create volume, then follow that with a volumizing spray. Here is another good article on the right brush to use: https://www.toolsofmen.com/best-hair-combs-for-men/
Dandruff can leave you feeling less than happy about the look of your hair, but dandruff is usually an easy fix whether by using the correct products or a visit with your dermatologist. Dandruff shampoos can work to reduce dandruff and let the vital oils in your hair remain present. After shampoo, there are even products that you rub on your scalp when its dry that can relieve itching like this one from HeadandShoulders:https://www.amazon.com/Head-Shoulders-Minute-Moisturizer-Treatment/dp/B00FIZGN2Q
3. Thinning Hair.
Thinning hair can happen earlier than you might imagine, It is especially prevalent in Caucasian men and can affect up to 30% of them by age 30, and up to 50% by age 50. But if you take action before its too late, you can prevent total baldness. Nowadays there are medications like Finasteride that have been proven to prevent or stop hair loss by 90%. You can read some frequently asked questions here:https://baldness.doctor/faqs/
Taking finasteride is not a quick fix. The medication needs to be taken daily and you may need to take it for several months for it to work and to see results. It can even take up to 12 months before you get the full effect of the medication. Stopping the medication can lead to continued loss of hair or even loss of the hair you gained while on the treatment.
A cowlick is a section of your hair that stands out or makes your hair fall a certain way- it can be in the front, a swirl in the back or any combination of ways. Cowlicks can be helped by using a blow dryer and also a hair straightener. It wont happen overnight, but if you consistently style with a blowdryer, product and straightener in the direction you want your hair to go, eventually you can overcome the cowlick and make your hair preform the way you want it to. It takes some training! Here is a good article on cowlicks: https://theidleman.com/blogs/grooming/how-to-stop-a-cowlick-in-your-hair