Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Just for Men

My husband isn’t too vain, he has white hairs popping up here and there and he just takes them in stride. As long as I have hair that can go gray or white I’ll be happy as long as it’s all there is what he usually says. I wasn’t sure about how he’d react to the box of Just for Men (http://www.justformen.com/) Auto Stop hair coloring.

He was receptive to it and was willing to try it.   I figured he’d have an idea of how to do it, he used to help me color my hair all the time even though he complained through the whole process and would swear to never do it again (he did and swore this was the last time again and again…) He took the box of medium brown and went into the bathroom, and about 15 minutes later came down without any of the gray and white hairs that have been creeping in around his temple area for the past couple of years. It looked really good and looked natural it was a perfect match color wise.
I asked why I didn’t hear any muttering or swearing to never do anything like that again because it was too difficult. He looked at me and said our 7 year old could have done this for him without any issues, it was just combing over the gray spots with a brush! That’s it? That’s it. No mixing, no wondering if I added enough color no fuss no muss. The coloring is already mixed for you so all you need to do is brush it in wait ten minutes and rinse it out. It really is that simple. And what did my husband like the best? No lousy dye smell! He loved it, I love the way it looks on him and even though he’s not that vain I think this routine will likely become a permanent part of his manscaping every month or so.

Buy it:

Just for men is available at your local drugstore.

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