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Peter
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Hair dye and make up

If the quality of the dye is poor it will have adverse effect on the hair of the person. Many people like to save money and do not opt for good quality hair dyes or colours. However it is not essential that the hair colour that is the costliest will not have any side effect on your hair. There are other factors also that matter and other reasons of bad effects of hair colouring. Application not done properly- Nowadays youngsters are going after highlighting their hair. This has very bad impact on the health of the hair. However, applying it properly and with proper precautions can save your hair to a great extent. The looks also get affected if highlighting is not done properly.

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Peter
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Hair dye and make up

Over treating happens when the colour or the dye is left on hair for longer period of time. Even if a relaxer or perm is left for longer time on the hair for more than it should be left, it affects the hair badly. Colouring of hair takes time and the colour has to be left applied on hair for some time period. If the colour is not allowed to set and it is removed or washed before time, it will not be able to cover gray hair. If the intention is to highlight your hair, it will give faded results and you will not get the outcome that you wished. I think that it is time to use hair dye when you have gray hair.

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Hair dye and make up

Short-term hair damage is one that you can overcome as soon as you leave using of hair dye. These are not dangerous and cause damage to your hair that can be rectified. However, there are long-term effects of these hair dyes also. Also, you will see allergic reactions even after you have used it for a long time. It has been observed that people develop and allergy even after a long time in life.
Apart from this, overuse of dyes or leaving the dye for longer period of time and so on, also has bad impact on your hair and its health. If you can take precautions, hair dye is good for you.

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Peter
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Hair dye and make up

Face washes, creams etc are sometimes necessary if the guy has skin problems. Shouldn't judge them for taking care of a problem. Have a sore, apply a bandaid. Have a zit, apply a cream. Common sense.As for makeup etc, personally I like androgeny and have no problem with it. It can look very good depending on the guy. If we want to use cosmetics why not? It is our own bodys. There are tons of women who don't know how to use them correctly.maybe the guys will get it right! What about hair dyeing, i don`t do it because it really hurts hair and i just like colour of mine.

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Peter
Last seen: 3 years 5 months ago
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Hair dye and make up

Hair dye for men is usually a direct deposit dye, which means once it's on the hair, it's on there. Women change their color so much that if they used direct dyes and then wanted to change the shade next hair coloring, it would yield unpredictable and probably unsavory results.For instance, if a woman uses Just For Men to dye her hair a dark shade of brown and then wanted to go lighter, she would pretty much have to wreck her hair getting that dye out.All in all, direct deposit dyes are quicker, and men tend to want to spend less time fussing over coloring their hair.

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Hair dye and make up

I think that people should care about their appearance and the way they look, and it does not matter whether they are men or women, gay or straight. So, if your hair is gray and it does not suit you (but there are people who look awesome with gray hair, but suffer from imaginary complexes), you can dye it. But there is one important point - it should look naturally. The same thing is with gay make up - you can use it visiting gay club or taking part in a gay pride, but if you will go to you work with bright make up, people will just consider you a clown.

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Peter
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Hair dye and make up

I LOVE to change my hair colour, to be different all the time, but not live my whole life with the same haircut and hair colour.
Also I use some cosmetics like lotions and creams for my skin. I think that men should care about themselves and do not look like сaveman. It will be pleasant not only for you but also for your partners. As for make up, I use it sometimes, usually in the evening when we go somewhere, but just a little bit to give my face fresh look.

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matthew
Last seen: 1 year 7 months ago
Joined: 07/08/2016 - 16:30
Hair dye and make up

People should do what makes sense to them and look how they want to look based on how they see themselves. If that means makeup, hair dye, skin care products, or anything else, that's what they should do. Not everyone will appreciate that, but it's much more important to be happy with yourself than to try to make everyone else happy.

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Peter
Last seen: 3 years 5 months ago
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Hair dye and make up

Sometimes I use some make up just to make my face more fresh and make my skin look good. As for lotions and creams - yes, I use them to look good and stay young as soon as possible. Also I make some masks which I made at home. For example, my favourite is mask with white clay(you can buy it in pharmacy), honey and egg protein. Try it and you'll see an effect immediately!

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LittleLion
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Hair dye and make up

I am gay, but you’d probably be surprised by just how many straight men wear some form of makeup. It all stems from the same reasons men diet or go to the gym, vanity and confidence. In a way, it’s much easier for girls who don’t feel confident au natural than it is for guys as it’s far more socially acceptable for a woman to noticeably be wearing makeup than it is for a man. For me it all hails back to under-age drinking in parks. Alcohol would always make my face flare up bright red and my parents would always catch me drinking on school nights at the age of 14 :cheer: :cheer: :cheer:

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