Beard & hair dye. Professional product recommendation? Philly area pro colorist?

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    Evo Shift

    Thanks, Jish.

    But, I found no barbers in the greater Philadelphia area. 

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    Josh Lawson

    It might just be retailers in the area for now, but I know Greg goes to Men's Club Barbershop in Philly.

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    Evo Shift

    Thanks for the responses.

    I've come to the conclusion that you're best served by just doing your own beard color yourself at home every 1 to 2 weeks.

    I've been using Just For Men beard color, but I'm open for suggestions. 

     

    Even when you get professional color, the new growth that is white is going to show within a week or 2,

    especially at the top of your mustache and cheekline.  

    So, you're going to need new color very frequently. 

    To me, it's not worth have the harsh permanent chemicals on my face,  driving to a barber, and then paying for services, if I'm going to have to do it  every 1-2 weeks.

    The Just For Men chemicals are less harsh because they are temporary, and not permanent.  The temporary isn't going to matter if you're re-coloring every week or 2 because the white roots are almost immediately showing. 

    I've been coloring my beard for 2 years. Have done the JFM dozens of times, had 3 different professionals do color, and have tried multiple different professional brands and colors. (Wella Koleston, MIN New York, etc)

    Hope my time and research can be helpful to others. 

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    Josh Lawson

    If you're looking for a great professional, we have an awesome tool available at beardbrand.com/pages/our-retailers that you can use to find one near you that we've already vetted.

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