Newport Beach hair stylist and color specialist emilyanncain.com suggests at times gray blending over gray coverage on men
“So, you’re going a little gray. Wanting to cover it up? For men covering gray and keeping it looking good between cuts can be a challenge. As men, we typically wear our hair short — less than three inches on average. After about a month, those roots start to show and, especially if you wear your hair short, you’re likely to end up with gray sides and a dark top after a haircut. Not a good look. Fortunately, these days men wanting to cover gray have some solid options.
At the Salon (Newport Beach Hair Stylist):
These days, there are several quick and fairly inexpensive options available to men in the salon. My favorite is Redken for Men Color Camo — the service only takes 10 to 15 minutes. American Crew’s Precision Blend is another excellent quick color service that will blend away gray and take years off your appearance while still looking natural. Both options last about six weeks and fade without brassiness.
For most men [as a] (Newport Beach Hair Stylist,) I still argue that working with your natural hair is the best option. A well executed haircut and fit, healthy body will do more to keep you looking young than covering the grey – think Anderson Cooper. If you really want to reduce your grey, the best option would be to seek the talents of a professional hairstylist. If you do color at home, make sure to follow the instructions and use the tips above to get the most natural result possible.”
Repost, “Coloring Gray Hair for Men,” David Alexander
Newport Beach Hair Stylist