Both permanent and semi-permanent hair dyes are safe to use on a beard and effectively dye beard hair. Although temporary hair dye is safe for beard use, it has a tendency to run when wet and is best avoided. More »

According to How Stuff Works, semi-permanent hair dye works by having molecules of color adhere to the hair; some molecules may penetrate the hair cuticle. A little color is removed every time the hair is shampooed. Air ... More »

Some hair dyes that work well for covering gray hair include Clairol Natural Instincts and L'Oreal Excellence Creme, as recommended by Ni'Kita Wilson, president of Cosmitech Laboratories. Another product that works well ... More »

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Permanent hair dye can be faded at a professional salon through use of a bleach bath, with commercially available color removers or at home with one or more homemade concoctions. Homemade solutions include the use of vit... More »

Clairol recommends waiting seven to 10 days to color hair after having it permed. Since all chemical processes damage hair, someone wanting to color hair should also determine whether her hair is strong enough to withsta... More »

Semi-permanent and demi-permanent hair colors allow for perming and coloring hair on the same day according to Clairol. When doubling up on these hair treatments, the perm should always come first, followed by the color. More »

Going from brunette to blonde is a big change that's a little more complicated than dyeing a lighter color to a darker color. Bleaching the hair lighter than desired, then adding warmth with the appropriate darker color ... More »

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