Men should consider purchasing hair extensions, including extensions for facial hair, for men, to avoid hair loss and facial infections, according to a new report from hair stylist and beauty therapist David Gervais.
The new study, published by the American Hair Institute and the American College of Cosmetic Dentistry, found that the average man’s hair needs to be at least three times larger than average for a good fit and that hair extensions provide the perfect amount of volume for this.
For men with naturally straight hair, the average needs to grow to about 2.5 inches long, which is a third of the average for women.
Gervais said that for men with curly hair, which can often be found in men with facial hair or in the form of mohawks, it’s best to have an extension that’s 2 to 3 inches long.
He also recommended that men with hair loss need to consider using a hair gel that is between 1.5 and 2 inches long and a facial gel with at least two inches in length.
For women, the best length for hair extensions is 3.5 to 5 inches long with an average of about 4 inches in total length, according the report.
The study found that a standard man’s face length should grow to between 16 to 18 inches, while a woman’s face should grow between 14 to 16 inches.
“If a man wants a longer hairpiece, it should be an extension of about 1.25 to 1.3 inches long,” Gervas said.
“It’s not about the size of the hairpiece but about how much length you can make it.”
Gervas, who has been working with women for 20 years, said that women should wear extensions to the shower or in front of the mirror, so they’re not wearing it all day.
Gavra said that hair loss can occur when the hair follicles in a man’s scalp get too big, or too small, which increases the risk of infections.
Hair extensions provide a safe way to protect the scalp and scalp hair from infection.
He said men can also use hair extensions to reduce the risk that they’ll break and become infected with herpes.
“The best way to get rid of hair loss is to just grow your hair,” Gavra told ABC News.
“If you’re going to keep getting hair extensions and your hair grows back, you can keep the extensions and not get infected. “