Aside from perhaps losing their hair entirely, men certainly don't embrace the idea of sporting a full head of gray hair, especially if they still consider themselves of that age when grays should be nowhere to be found.
Guys as young as 20 something might already be going gray and aren't interested in just accepting this as the norm. They certainly wouldn't mind if that gray hair arrived in their 40s or older, but it's hard to argue with wanting to do something about it.
Simply put, no one is this situation wants to hear about "going gray gracefully" or how distinguished they look.
But as much as you want to banish those gray hairs and return your locks to their original form, most men still are hesitant about coloring or altering their hair for fear that they'll look silly and the so called dye job won't give them a natural look. Far too many all over, complete hair coloring adventures end up looking unnatural and don't match closely to your original hair color enough that what turned into a grand idea of getting rid of your grays transformed into a hodgepodge of an endeavor.
The trick to taming that gray hair starts with choosing an option that works well for your situation and price point. Obviously, going to a salon would be preferable since they'll be more equipped and educated on how to make the hair coloring look professional But hair coloring typically is done once per month, and not everyone has an extra $80 (or in some cases more) lying around that frequently.
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