Sales of hair-coloring products are up across all classes of trade, and retailers have people -- men as well as women -- of all ages to thank. Women entering middle age and beyond have always taken steps to hide their gray hair, but now, for a variety of reasons peculiar to their generation, aging male baby boomers are right there with them. And though a neon mohawk may still be taken as a symbol of social deviance, the sight of a teenager or young professional -- inspired by fashion, a TV ...
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