Hair care has long been known to have a rich history, and some of the most sought-after products are still in use.
But what makes it so special is its ability to transform a product’s smell and color, creating a new, unique sensation for each person it is applied to.
The term “hair care” was coined by chemist George Bancroft in the mid-1920s, but the term is commonly used to refer to any of a variety of cosmetic products that can be applied to hair and skin to achieve a specific effect.
Hair care products include lotions, serums, moisturizers, shampoos, and even makeup, which is usually applied to the scalp.
The term “sebum” was invented in the 1970s, when the term was coined for the oil contained in the hairs of the scalp, which has a smell and flavor similar to a shampoo.
The beauty industry has been dominated by products that are used by both men and women, but a new generation of men and boys is discovering that there is something else to look forward to in the world of hair care.
They are embracing the technology that is creating the next generation of hair-care products, but they are also looking to the future with their hair care choices.
“I think it is a bit like going from being a teenager to being an adult,” said Josh Dickson, 18, a sophomore at St. Thomas University.
“I started wearing makeup to go to school and now I have a lot of friends who are doing the same thing.
It is kind of a new thing for me.”
For Josh, it is becoming more about the product than the process.
Josh is now one of the first in his family to wear a full-length, long-sleeved wig.
He wears it for fun, to express himself, and to keep his hair in style.
“It’s just fun to be the only person in the house,” he said.
But for many others, it’s not about the styling.
It’s about the shampoo.
When Josh was in fifth grade, he started wearing hair products as a kid, even though he didn’t like them.
He said his mom always used products that had to be mixed with water to make a product, so she wouldn’t get the scent.
“When I went to school, I was really embarrassed,” he recalled.
“My friends were like, ‘Do you know what this shampoo smells like?””
But now, Josh said, he’s more conscious of what he’s wearing.
“People are definitely wearing less hair and more makeup,” he added.
In some cases, hair products are actually being worn in public.
In January, a group of young men from the city of Toronto in Canada started wearing a “hair mask” as a protest against the way their hair was being styled and groomed.
“You can’t wear hair in public unless you have a wig, and you can’t even wear a wig unless you’re a male,” said a member of the group, who didn’t want to be identified for fear of repercussions from his parents.
“And then they are going to wear it on TV, and people are going, ‘I don’t know how I’m supposed to look like this, what are you doing?'”
The masks are not meant to be an invasion of privacy, but rather an expression of support for the new generation.
“We are so proud to be here today, and we know that we are not alone,” the group member said.
In a world that is becoming increasingly gender-diverse, many young people are beginning to realize the benefits of the hair mask, which they say will allow them to express themselves without worrying about their hair getting caught in the bag.
“A lot of people will go out and say, ‘Hey, I have hair,’ and people will look at them and think, ‘Wow, this is really cool,'” said Hannah Beres, 16, who is also from Toronto.
“But I have really good hair, so it’s nice to be able to express myself without worrying.”
One of the best examples of this is Mihailo, a 17-year-old who is one of just three men in the Toronto area who have full hair and has never had to worry about his hair being in the way of his friends and classmates.
Mihael, who only goes by the nickname “Mihail” because he is not allowed to say his real name, is a member the Black Pride and has been doing so since the beginning of his freshman year at the University of Toronto.
“It is really weird to be a kid because of what you can do, but to be around other kids, you can be anything,” Mihale told The Globe and Mail.
“Being the only one is really exciting.”