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    Hair Dye Brands for Men and Women

    To some men and women, dying their own hair is a new concept, but the method has actually been around for centuries. In fact, the ancient Egyptians are known as the pioneers of hair coloring since they used a mildly poisonous mixture of slaked lime and lead oxide to dye their hair black. Fortunately, technology has improved since then, and you should be taking advantage of these improvements with hair dye products.But before buying any coloring products, consider the tone, texture, and health of your hair. If youíre trying to achieve a stylish new hair color, not just any brand or color is going to give you a glamorous look. Also remember that hair dye brands arenít typically gender specific - even if many boxes use female models to advertise on the front - so most brands that women use will also work well for men.One more thing to keep in mind is that you donít want to choose the most expensive hair coloring kit just because it appears to be the best one on the shelf. Some of the less costly home hair dyes are just as good as the products that cost a small fortune. With all of this being said, letís look at a couple more aspects of choosing hair dyes before getting into the top brands.

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    Re: Hair Dye Brands for Men and Women

    The List of Top Hair Dyes for Men and Women:

    Clairol Perfect 10 Nice and Easy

    This is a company that has been producing high quality hair color products for years now, and they continue to improve along with technology. The Perfect 10 Nice and Easy colors range from platinum blonde to black, and you should have color for up to three months with these products, depending on personal hair re-growth.

    Manic Panic

    This is a great brand because of the natural ingredients they use to formulate quality hair dye kits. The vegetable-based dye is safe for men and women who have sensitivities to chemicals found in other hair dyes. Plus the price is reasonable, and these products can be found online or in some drugstores. Manic Panic offers a vibrant selection of colors to choose from, which even includes blue and purple.

    Revlon Color Silk

    If you’re looking for a brand that offers an ammonia-free product with plenty of color options, then Revlon Color Silk is the way to go. They also offer do-it-yourself kits dedicated to roots, and these products can be combined with other brands for touch-ups called "Color Silk Root Perfect". You can find Revlon products in drugstores for great prices.

    Just For Men

    Just For Men hair dye targets guys who have gray hairs that they can cover up with a product called Touch of Gray. You can find Just For Men in drugstores with a variety of shades to choose from.

    Surya Brasil

    Products offered by Surya Brasil are made with henna, and are both ammonia and lead-free; however, there is a limited color selection. You’ll be able to give yourself a nice color, or even cover up grays without the harsh effects from chemicals. Find Surya Brasil online in both powder and cream formula.

    L’Oreal

    This is a popular brand that is sold in most drugstores and also in grocery stores. You’ll have plenty of options and colors to choose from with products designed for highlights, vibrant colors, covering grays, and of course all-over color.

    Garnier Nutrisse Cream

    Use Garnier Nutrisse Cream hair color for an evenly-distributed shade that leaves you with great looking hair. The color that this product provides is long-lasting, and it moisturizes your hair, while providing nourishment to lessen the drying effects hair dyes typically have. You’ll find that the best Garnier shades are the basic black, brown, red or blonde.

    Kao Prettia Fluffy Foam Hair Color

    This is a foam hair dye system that lathers like shampoo, and is very soft and fluffy to use. It contains Amino Acid and Royal Jelly to provide your hair with moisture. With these ingredients, you’ll be defending against further damage from the dye, but still have beautiful color on your hair. This product can be found online, and is a popular brand in Japan.

    John Frieda

    The Precision Foam Colour made by Jon Frieda is a great quality, permanent at-home hair coloring system. You’ll get professional quality hair color in about 30 minutes by using the foam technology this company offers. You are able to choose from 20 shades, but most drugstores only carry a small selection; to find more shades, take your shopping online. The smell of this hair dye isn’t over-powering, and it’s safe to say that it has a pleasant smell when compared to most hair dyes.

    Eco Colors

    For a non-toxic hair color treatment, Eco Color provides salon quality coverage, while giving you a natural-looking head of hair. These hair colors are loaded with antioxidants, and this brand is being used in professional salons around the world.


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    Re: Hair Dye Brands for Men and Women

    hi, anybody using..vatika hair color?
    can use for mustache?


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