Just for Men Original Formula, Easy and Fast Shampoo-In Men's Hair Color, Medium Brown, Shade H-35
|MSRP : $9.99|
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- Just For Men Original Formula Medium Brown
- Natural looking, full coverage of gray hairs
- Restores original color by targeting gray hair for a natural look
- Easy, non-drip Shampoo-In Formula
- Works in 5 easy minutes and lasts for up to 8 weeks, or until your grey hair grows back
Would I continue to use it if I didn't approve of it?
The product is reasonably good and uncomplicated to use. I didn't say easy, I said uncomplicated. It provides good coverage, for a short time (2 to 4 days). By that point, both growth and fade suggest you need to do it again, at least in my case. I have real black hair, and thankfully, lots of it. My beard is about 80% plus grey. My hair less than 20% grey. If I do my beard, my hair shows its grey (not my age) :-). Otherwise my beard ages me, and my hair keeps me young. The point is, I feel better and believe I look better when I use the product. The product requires you to be exceedingly careful as it will destroy anything it lands on other than your facial hair. If you are not careful it will alter the color of your skin for a day or two. However, if you cover the area, work carefully and gain familiarity with the product, it will make you look better, perhaps younger...and with familiarity it becomes easier to make the product work for you, without a lot of complication. Enjoy!
but:...lol....Have been using your beard product almost since you started. I stared with dark brown, but as I aged, my hair (still not 1/4 gray) lightened up overall. As it did this I would have to go down a notch, so my beard didn't look darker than my hair (also left it on a shorter time, etc#. I had gotten down to light brown, around age 65, and had to be careful with the amount of time I left it on. Then a year or so ago you came out with dark blond!!. Just right. But you seem to have removed it? I haven't been able to find it for a few months now. Is this just a local thing or nationwide? I can manage as I have done down through the years, adjusting the time left on, etc, but just wondering... Thanks. #I still miss the original black narrow brush. ..lol... I always saved them, to have some on hand when you changed to the wider brown ones, and only last year started using the new brush...lol...They ain't to bad and guess I am used to them now......Don't change back...lol)
Easy to use!
I recently tried Just for Men Touch of Gray ������ Light & Medium Brown. I was skeptical to try it at first, as I didn���䋢t know how natural my hair would look. Would it look even? Would it be too dark? I should mention that grey hair comes in quicker on both sides of my head. I decided to give it a go and see if this product actually worked. Setting up the applicator was easy, no mixing or measuring. I brushed the product through my hair & set the timer on my phone for five minutes. After five minutes, I simply washed the product out of my hair. Easy so far right? I didn���䋢t notice any major difference immediately after. It was until the next day that I noticed my salt & pepper hair looked a little more uniform. The overall color was not dark at all, looked very natural. I have since followed up with a second application and have less grey hair and the overall color looks a little darker. I received a free product for the purpose of my review. Opinions are 100% my own.
After using this for 10 years, I've developed a good process
You can control the lightness or darkness, by less or greater than 5 minutes. If you take a shower and shampoo your hair, then dry it and wait a couple of hours, then go die it and shower again, it will end up very dark and cover all the grey (I'm totally grey). If you don't use this until after a couple of days of letting your hair get naturally oily, you have to let it stay on longer or your grey gets a mixed color look--actually some might like this as it looks more like natural greying--I prefer this look. If you use the lightest to dark blonde colors, your hair will look very blonde after two weeks, and people will think you are the President--yup, happened to me. If you are totally grey, best to stick to light brown or darker. If you go too dark, there is too much variation after several weeks and people begin to notice the difference. The newer colors look more natural now. 10 years ago, the colors were too fake looking, especially as they wore out--way too orange looking, especially in the sun. Now, not so bad.
Too Much Gray for A TOUCH....
I was sent a box of Just For Men Touch of Gray in Black to try for free. After applying it twice to my husband it did not remove as much gray as I was hoping. However it did get rid of some of the gray. The applicator was a little messy, when the box arrives you are to place the comb on the end of the tube. You are to squeeze gently and the product comes out between the teeth of the comb. However due to the short length of my husbands hair I was having a problem getting the product to comb in evenly. I was coming out in globs close to the tube and very little near the end. However I removed the comb and rubbed the product in with my gloved hands, then combed with a fine tooth comb to spread the product evenly. It did so much better. It was easier to use than I thought and the smell was that of black henna, not a chemically smell that often comes with hair color. I would recommend it to individuals who have "A Touch of Gray" to cover, not the large areas my husband has.