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Just For Men


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It simply does not work.
Posted by Weedwhacked on 09/30/2010
Simply, it doesn't work. You're probably better off using a Sharpie or any other permanent marker.

     
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Posted by Anonymous on 2010-09-30:
LOL! I don't see how a 5 minute hair dye would work either, especially on resistant grays.
Posted by Obsfucation on 2010-09-30:
I have a co-worker who sewears by it. He does, however, say that he leaves it on for much longer, like 20 minutes. If you saw me you'd know I do not speak from experience.
Posted by jktshff1 on 2010-09-30:
LOL Weed, why not just be yourself? I am at the age where I really don't care what people think.
Posted by MRM on 2010-09-30:
What about Rogaine? Are the products any better?
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-09-30:
Isn't Rogaine used to grow hair?
I've heard that it has some success but you have to keep using it to keep the newly grown hair.
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-09-30:
Lose your pride and wear a toupee.
Posted by MRM on 2010-09-30:
Oh, I had thought Rogaine is used to darken hair color.
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-09-30:
If a person really wants to know about the quality of beard dyes, they should find out what the recently deceased, Billy Mays used (RIP).
His beard was dark, supple and totally free of grayness.
Posted by Venice09 on 2010-09-30:
Years ago Clairol made a hair dye for men. I think it was called Great Day. I remember my father using it at one point in his life and it worked great. It was very natural looking and wore off gradually. I don't think Clairol makes it anymore. Too bad because it sounds like it was a lot better than Just for Men.
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-09-30:
Why cover gorgeous? Natural hair color on a man is just plain sexy.
Posted by PepperElf on 2010-09-30:
well there is the mixture version i saw an add for - where you leave some of the grey behind to appear more experienced

though... you know, there's so many other brands of hair color out there. yes they're usually marketed for women, except for a couple of unisex brands but... that might be an option? checking out other coloring products until you find one that suits your tastes
Posted by bunnyhead on 2010-10-01:
My ex used Just For Men and I have agree with the OP, it didn't cover any of his gray hair. We had to go back to the store and Clairol...that did the trick!!
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-10-01:
“God resisteth the proud, but giveth grace unto the humble” (James 4:6).
Posted by jktshff1 on 2010-10-01:
What?
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-10-01:
A lot of the men here dye their hair and let me just say, they look ridiculous. When you have gray whiskers, it just doesn't go with jet black hair.
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-10-01:
If the member below me is asking "what" in reference to my comment, then I must say that I was only pointing out that one of the original 7 Deadly Sins is Pride. Although this isn't a direct example of pride, it is vanity, which could be closely grouped together.

Not practicing what I preach either, since I have a hereditary induced receding hairline, and constantly wear hats to hide it...LOL!
Posted by werelucky on 2010-10-01:
Dyed hair looks just as funny as a toupee.
Posted by skelly39 on 2010-10-01:
My husband used it once since he started going gray in his 20s. It worked, if you consider looking like you slathered shoe polish on your head working.
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-10-01:
skelly, LOL.
Posted by azspots on 2010-10-01:
Get regular hair dye....your "fur" has no clue if you're using a product designed for men or women on it.
Posted by Skye on 2010-10-01:
Sharpie, that's funny op. You could try a woman's product, or you could go to a barber shop and ask them for a color job.
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