Up Your Grooming Game With Brush-On Beard Color

The last thing you think about is your beard going gray before your hair, right? It may seem too soon for you to sport gray, white, or salt-and-pepper stubble. It's time to up your grooming game and take that beard back to its original, youthful color.

A new trend in grooming is brush-on beard color, offering men a quick fix for those time-worn grays without dyes or harsh chemicals. Here's how it works.

Beards are often more difficult to dye because of the coarse texture, unlike the hair on your head, which is finer and more receptive to chemical dyes. The dying method presents a possibility of multiple discomforts, including the stench of the dye, the messy gel you have to smear on your hair, or even an allergic reaction on your skin. Obtaining the right color by using dye can also be tricky and be an uncomfortable trial-and-error process.

Brush-on beard color is intended to be applied and removed daily in a simpler, cleaner, and quicker way. Brush-on beard color will come in your desired color with an applicator brush that is likely similar in appearance to a mascara brush or eyebrow comb. Simply dip the brush into the brush-on beard color and comb briskly onto your beard, mustache, or sideburns. Some men even use brush-on beard color on their eyebrows, as well. Some users opt for full-color coverage, while others use less to embrace a salt-and-pepper look. Most solutions dry quickly and can be dry within minutes. This gentle, topical application process can yield a beard color that lasts all day.

Brush-on beard color is also often waterproof, so you don't need to worry if you get caught in the rain. Concerned about the beard rubbing off on your clothes, a napkin at a meal, or a pillowcase at bedtime? All are possibilities depending on your lifestyle, but it typically takes a hard wipe to fully remove the coloring. At the end of the day, brush-on beard color is simple to remove with a little makeup remover, cold cream, or a gentle scrub.

Men rock their beards in different ways; some men feel it's more mature to display their grays. Other fellows may shave their beard right off because they don't want the gray to show. Brush-on beard color gives you the option to go either way and be proud of your beard. 

To learn more, contact a resource that carries brush-on beard dye.