Should men dye their hair and have botox?

MatUre

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Women dye their hair and have botox injections.
Is it wrong for men to do the same.
 

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Well, if you like the Cliff Richard or Paul McCartney "Aubergine Hue", which is the colour of their hair and they do dye it, then yes, why not...whatever pedals your bicycle....
 

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I don't think they 'should'. There doesn't need to be a rule. I am amused by the 'aubergine hue' thing above, however! I think lots of men who do dye their hair to disguise the white or grey tend to go a shade too dark so that clashes with their changed skin pigment and results in a very ageing and draining look. Perhaps they are less cosmetically aware than women and that's why they can be a bit clumsy? Mind you, those women with the square or slug-shaped eyebrows seem similarly unaware... My dentalist is trying to get a wrinkle I have betwixt my eyebrows filled and it seems a reasonable suggestion (though I doubt I will have it done). I don't see anything wrong with a man wanting to fight the Reaper and cheat a few years away similarly to how women seem to be able to more freely.
 

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I have had grey hairs since about 13 - its more grey than brown when its buzzed off at the barbers. Never been fussed or considered hair dye.
 

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Actually, London just reminded me... I had a pupil in YEAR 7 once who was totally grey!
 

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I don't think its wrong,, I personally wouldn't but I don't care who does, also when hair is departing the skull there is no pain,, so deal with it ;-)
 

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Why anyone would want botox injected in them is a mystery to me. Also I sometimes have trouble recognising faces so the more different hair colours there are out there, the easier it is for me.
 

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Only fools get botox injections and as for dying hair well yes I dye mine but my man doesn't have to dye his YET and that just irks me somewhat.
 

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Supposing someone has deep wrinkles and they look 20 years older than they are? This can affect relationships.
I know of people under 35 who look much younger as a result of botox.
Why only women? Some men go grey in their 20s and get wrinkles so why can't they compete on a level playing field with all the botox'd, hair dyed women smothered in makeup?
I can think of quite a few people who would benefit from botox, male and female.
 

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Mick Jagger's laughter lines could do with some botox. But then nothing's that funny.
 
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