When I was younger I used to experiment with hair color for fun. I didn’t know how good I had it back then. I really should have just appreciated my natural color and embraced it for as long as it lasted. Unfortunately, premature gray runs on one side of my family and I got it; at around 22 years old I started to find a gray hair here and there. Now, in my mid-thirties I estimate that at least a third of my hair is gray, or would be if I didn’t color it regularly.
Yes, it’s sad but true. I no longer color for fun, but just to keep from looking much older than my actual age. It has become a tedious job for me and I get frustrated by my sometimes still poor technique, resulting in less than lasting color. New hair color products come out regularly and I have tried pretty much all of them, but they generally all work the same way, until now.
Fat Foam by Samy is a new type of home hair color product. The product comes with what looks like a big drink cup. You pour in the base solution and color powder, put the lid on and shake. After 30 seconds of shaking you are left with a thick, rich foam that you apply with your gloved hands. The foam formula is said to provide much more even coverage, dispersing throughout the hair and enveloping the strands for mistake-free application and less mess.
I am going to have to track this stuff down and give it a try. It looks like it may make my hair regimen a lot easier.