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  2. 2Use high-quality hair care products. You want to keep the hair you have left healthy.
  3. 3Shampoo less often. Hair care experts say your hair keeps more of its natural oils if you shampoo only when you need to.
  4. 4Use conditioner. Conditioner can help make fragile hair less likely to break.
  5. 5Use the blow dryer with caution. While blow drying doesn’t directly contribute to male pattern baldness, it can damage hair if used without care. Try drying your hair -- gently! -- with a towel, or let it air dry.
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