But it only comes in five colors and you adjust the shade by timing how long it's on your beard, mustache, or sideburns. How do I know? I tried it. So, even thought the box above states the color is "light - medium brown," wait too long to wash it off and it's dark brown. Oh, and the color is exactly that, dark brown, there is no shading. I suspect that for most men who try it, the result is usually darker then they expected since you can't tell how dark it is when it's gooing up your mustache, beard or sideburns. For me the end result was something which looked nearly as artificial as the mustache on Groucho Marx.
He put his on with grease paint. Just For Men dyes, or colors, the skin beneath your mustache, sideburns or beard too. I suppose it's just part of the process. Anyway, I thought it looked faked as hell. It was so not me. While I have some salt and pepper on my temples, most of the hair on my head is very dark brown. There was no match. My mustache looked like it belonged to somebody else. After trying it twice, I threw it away. Thank goodness it was only the hair roofing my upper lip I was concerned about. Have you ever seen the guys who use this shit on their head? They might just as well buy a can of black, or brown spray paint since it does the same job. As for the guy who whined about older people? I think his real problem is his own aging process. I wouldn't be surprised if he is one of those people who is already on his way to being fat and gray.