I was born with grey hair that keeps getting darker as I age.
Now the freaks are on television, the freaks are in the movies. And its no longer the sideshow, its the whole show. The colorful circus and the clowns and the elephants, for all intents and purposes, are gone, and were dealing only with the freaks. - Jonathan Winters
My buddy's hair was going grey. He's 8 years older than me. Then got the big "C", went through radiation, cemo lost his hair.
Then he beat it. Hair grew back jet black and has been that way since.
Let it go gray, it's just who you are and that should be good enough for anyone.
I have a family member who's been using that crap for several years, doesn't do much good when your face looks 50 and your hair looks 18. It's really kind of funny 'cause he thinks he looks really good.
Yeah, I haven't done it yet and I am quite fond of the grays in all honesty.
Dyed hair and rugs,
So much for the "only your hairdresser knows for sure".
With two daughters age 22,18 I just wish I had hair to turn gray.
Did you open the Box ?
Then why are we having this debate ????????????
Originally Posted by Roadhouse
Did ya open the box ? No! Then go get your money back.
Did ya open the box ? Yes ! Just put it in the closet as a reminder that your grey is is a sign of wisdom and experience.
You should be a bit smarter (less vain) now that you decided NOT to dye your hair. Especially if you can get your money back, silly.
If sense were so common everyone would have it !
Any advice provided is worth exactly what you paid for it, not a penny more not, a penny less !!
I would like to do the hair plug thing personally. Hate the bald spot.
My doctor gave me six months to live, but when I couldn't pay the bill he gave me six months more.
I actually worked in a hair transplant clinic years ago before I found my way in to my current job.
Trust me, you don't want plugs. They are big and ugly... old technology.
Most doctors use names they made up to differentiate themselves as the only ones that use that particular technique.
In reality they are all similar. The general procedure is known as micro-grafting.
You sound like a good candidate though, Spotts. Filling in a bald spot on the crown is easy. Reconstructing a frontal hairline is not.
"Most people would sooner die than think; in fact, they do so." ― Bertrand Russell
I ain't dyin mine. Don't wanna lose my senior discounts I been gettin since I was 48. And I like brushin up against those young ladies that hold the door open for me too.
43 and Ive used it when I grow a beard. don't let it sit in much longer than it says to because even though you may look in the mirror and think it hasn't done much, once you rinse it out and look again it will be noticeable.
our office girls said it looked good so.....
haven't tried it in the hair on my head yet. not sure I'd actually use it again TBH.
LMAO! I bet!
Originally Posted by nak
My grey hair came with my twin boys! After 12 years I now have brown in my grey instead of gray on my brown. I did the color thing for two or there years then just said the heck with it.
Just be happy yours turned gray, mine turned loose
Certified,qualified and can do it cause were used to it.