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Do you believe men should apply hair coloring?

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Do you believe men should apply hair coloring?

rgpavc
Being a man, I never believed in hair coloring for men but must that, too, change?
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PurpleSkys Moderator

odd question.

Depends on how vain a person is i suppose.

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NexS

That's a little harsh, don't you think, Purple?

I used to dye my hair with a nice little streak of bright red because I was a 'rebel' or some other thing. Ha! But as maturity (hopefully) sets in, reasons change.

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Slayer_

Its probably gonna all fall out anyways, enjoy it while you have it.

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boxfiddler Moderator

and combovers. Yup. :^0

Ask any woman, changing hair color cures insecurity every time.

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Jellimonsta

I have colored my hair in the past. I usually do a green FauxHawk when I go to Packer games, and I have colored it all blue on occasion too.

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Tony Hopkinson

If you mean bright red for a talking point fine.

If you mean natural brown with hints of autumn, then that's an indicator of some sheeple type...

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jfuller05

Will it impress the ladies?

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maecuff

I don't see any reason to not color your hair.

I have no intention of going gray for a LONG time (even though I have been for a while). I don't see why that should be different for men.

I would suggest that you have it done professionally, at least the first time. If you do a poor job, it's going to show and it will look ridiculous.

Or just try some of that grecian formula.

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boxfiddler Moderator

I just love that Grecian Formula, blue-black when it's fresh gray around the edges at the end of a week look!

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seanferd

nor expected not to do so.

But if it gets you in a door by projecting a "younger" look, due to people's biases and irrational decision-making processes, go for it. Unless that is something you don't like.

Do I miss my pitch-black hair? Sort of. Would I color it? Likely not.