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14-10-2010, 13:28   #1
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Dyeing beard

Brunette male with ginger beard. Haven't shaved in about 2/3 weeks and I think it would look better dyed brown.

Is this possible? or is there a minimum length hair needs to be before it can be dyed?
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14-10-2010, 13:29   #2
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Dye your hair ginger!
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14-10-2010, 13:43   #3
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Dye your hair ginger!
Hmmm, kind of a bigger job. Want to grow hair semi long whereas I can just shave if dying the beard looks crap!
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Yeah it's possible, but the ginger hair will take over once more within the space of 5-7 days, if you buy just for men you'll have to re-dye every week and you'll get about 3 weeks out of their beard dye, which is about 12 euro. I always wanted a beard but couldn't stand the state of different coloured facial hair, it looks grand and its not much hassle OP
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Yeah it's possible, but the ginger hair will take over once more within the space of 5-7 days, if you buy just for men you'll have to re-dye every week and you'll get about 3 weeks out of their beard dye, which is about 12 euro. I always wanted a beard but couldn't stand the state of different coloured facial hair, it looks grand and its not much hassle OP
Cheers mate. Think i'll give it a go tonight. In Netherlands but will hopefully find something similar to just for men,

what is teh craic with ginger beards anyway? I mean the first day or two I get dark stubble. then this ginger tinge appears which gets more and more prominent as the days go by!
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Count your blessings. Mine's a combination of brown, ginger and grey.
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Just be proud of you ginger beard!
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