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How to Get Jason Momoa's Hair and Beard from Aquaman
How to Get Jason Momoa's Hair and Beard from Aquaman
 five beard and hair lessons from Momoa
 
       
 
It must be nice to be Jason Momoa. You get to tower over everyone, wear oddball hats and Boho-chic linen, and be in Game of Thrones. And you have this luscious hair! Long, textured hair as rippled as the ocean itself. (This is quickly turning into a love letter to Jason Momoa…) None of us is Jason Momoa. But we can still pick up a few tips from the guy about personal grooming. If you want to get long hair like Momoa’s, you’re about a year of growing it out and one blow dryer away from getting closer to those textured ocean waves. (Maybe add some sea salt spray, too.)
 
Here are five beard and hair lessons from Momoa that I aggregated after scrolling through like 5,000 photos of him.
 
1. No one is too tough for highlights
One of the biggest benefits of adding some color to your hair is that it showcases texture and definition. It makes things look fuller by allowing the highlights or grown-out blond hair to contrast with your natural, darker hair. Even if you’ve got a full mane like Momoa, it just draws attention to the fact—and shows off that you have so much hair, you don’t even know what to do with it. So why not dye a little of it? It’s like being super rich and monogramming everything you own, so that everyone knows how rich you are. In this case, nobody is going to look at your hair and think “he has too much hair”. Instead, they’re just going to envy you. Which means you win!
 
2. This is how you solve for your patchy beard
If you’re trying to grow a beard and are worried about patchiness on your cheeks, just take a note from Momoa: You can keep the sides short, and grow a weighted beard on the chin and underneath, for a two-toned effect as shown here. Otherwise, if you shaved the sides and grew out the goatee, you’d start to look like a swashbuckler, and that’s not something GQ can co-sign.
 
3. You don’t have to conceal your “flaws”
I’m all about using some concealer to cover up an unsightly pimple, but if you’re self conscious about something bigger than that—a scar, a mole, whatever—it’s go to try and embrace it. Momoa’s got the gnarly eyebrow scar (resultant of a pint glass being thrown at his face in a bar… and 140 subsequent stitches), and, sure, it makes him look all the more badass, but notice that it’s rarely covered up in his film roles, and it’s just become part of his persona. Plus, tons of guys are intentionally shaving lines into their eyebrows these days, so he’s already ahead of the game.
 
4. Skip the effort of hairstyling and wear a hat
There are other options besides man buns, people. In perusing all these photos of Momoa, I noticed how often he wears hats: Sometimes they’re bizarre like this spaghetti western number above, but other times they’re as simple as a backwards ball cap. The grooming takeaway here is that you can use an accessory to make it easier on yourself when you have long hair. You won't have to deal with the styling and maintenance every day once you learn which hats work best for you.
 
5. A new facial-hair style can change your appearance entirely
I’m both pro-beard and pro-babyface: Rather, I am in favor of guys who run the spectrum and try different facial hairstyles. While this photo of Momoa from forever ago, it’s still proof that you can shed a few years off your face by first shedding your beard.
 
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Here's Our First Look at James Wan's Upcoming 'Aquaman' Movie
Here's Our First Look at James Wan's Upcoming 'Aquaman' Movie
Jason Momoa
 
The James Wan-directed DCEU film Aquaman is finally the subject of some official imagery, offering a better look at the film’s underwater world as previously teased in last year’s Justice League. The film focuses on Jason Momoa‘s Aquaman alongside his mother, played by Nicole Kidman, and Amber Heard as his love interest, Mera, in the underwater kingdom of Atlantis. In the images, we get a first look at Patrick Wilson’s King Orm, brother of Aquaman aka Arthur Curry. We also have our first look at the main villain Black Manta, played by actor Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (The Get Down).
 
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How to get a thicker beard
How to get a thicker beard
There's no magic pill - but there are some methods that actually help
 
If you want to know how to grow a thicker beard, there is one truth you must accept: You aren’t going to miraculously grow hair where it doesn’t already grow. Make your peace with that first. We’re here to help you thicken your beard, but we aren’t going to lie to you, either.
 
Now that you’ve swallowed that pill, maybe you should start taking some other pills—biotin supplements to be precise. That's one way to start padding out your facial hair. Here are the best techniques we could find:
 
1. Take supplements
Taking biotin supplements daily is one way to make your hair grow faster, and potentially stimulate regrowth for lost hair atop your head. There’s little conclusive evidence for its ability to stimulate the hairs that have fallen out, but one thing most doctors agree upon is that biotin does strengthen the keratin infrastructure of your hair, meaning it fortifies the hair and thickens it. So, in theory your beard grows thicker uniformly across each hair shaft. You can get biotin on the shelves of most drug stores, and there are many companies that tout beard-growing pills, which are mostly biotin and other vitamins packaged with some fancy graphic designs.
 
2. Let it grow
In the same way you need to suffer through some awkward medium-length hairstyles en route to Fabio-like hair, sometimes you need to suffer through some awkward beard growing phases in order to fill in the patchy spots. Even if it’s not quite curly enough to fill in the patchy spots by just swirling over them, let it all grow out as long as you can and it'll start to cover these spots. You should let it grow untrimmed on the cheeks and under the chin for at least a month at the start. Relax it daily with a nourishing beard oil, to encourage some movement and softness. A weekly hot oil treatment will do wonders for softness (and for your skin), and you can also brush the beard daily, then coach the strays over any patches with a high-hold, conditioning beard balm. But please, while you grow it out, keep the neckline, cheeklines, and moustache in check.
 
3. Dye it
This one is smoke and mirrors, but it works. I have brown hair, but half my beard is a weird translucent blond. So, I often dye it to match the blondes with the browns, and it more than triples the density. This tip ain’t helpful for anyone who doesn’t also have blonde beard hairs and dark hairs to match, but it does the trick, and usually confuses my friends who see my regularly—in a good way. Don’t be ashamed to admit the secret, either: Your beard is already thick, it just doesn’t appear that way. So you’re helping showcase what’s there. As for brands, Just for Men has yet to fail me, and they have a good sliding scale of options for facial hair. Just don’t let it set for more than prescribed, or else you’ll have patchy dye spots on your skin for a couple days.
 
4. Be healthy
It’s good practice to eat healthy, to exercise, to drink lots of water, get 8 hours of sleep every night, and lower your stress. Beard hairs benefit from vitamins and nutrients, just like the rest of your body (it’s also why it’s good to apply a nourishing beard oil to the whiskers). Your hair is made of proteins, so you should in turn ingest plenty of protein. If you stay hydrated, your beard is softer. If you’re well rested, your entire body stays stronger, hair health included. If you work out a lot, you keep your blood circulation up, which stimulates hair growth, which fortifies the hairs all over your body. And if you minimize stress, you lower the odds of imbalanced hormones compromising hair health—or making it fall out all together. That’s all a roundabout way to say that your beard will inherently be more relaxed, stylable, and fuller if you take care of yourself. So why the hell not?
 
5. Get a beard transplant
Yes, beard transplants are a real thing. For a few stacks you can have the doctor pluck some hairs from the back of your scalp and transplant them onto your patchy spots. (Full coverage can run you a semester’s tuition at Harvard.) After a couple thousand grafts, the hair falls out after two weeks and then regrows after a few months. So there’s a long waiting period of trusting that it’s going to work. Until suddenly, it does.
 
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