Discussion in 'Debates' started by MatUre, Feb 5, 2019.
Women dye their hair and have botox injections.
Is it wrong for men to do the same.
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....
I would only dye my hair if i had any lol
whatever they want to do ,but get colour right.
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.
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.
Actually, London just reminded me... I had a pupil in YEAR 7 once who was totally grey!
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 ;-)
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.
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.
As a man i say no, i am ageing gracefully.
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.
Women need more help as they age
Sad but true
Mick Jagger's laughter lines could do with some botox. But then nothing's that funny.