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Dr. Oz's Hair Color

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I'm sure Dr. Oz is at the age of having gray hair. His hair color looks very natural and no sign of grays. I've looked closely. Does anyone know what hair color he might use? Is there a web sight where I could ask him. Nothing covers my gray hair completely.

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mhk1297448127.6832452 PostsRegistered 3/29/2006

Some people really luck out and don't gray until much later--maybe he's one of the lucky ones...

Have you looked for a "contact us" at his website? I think he would chuckle at the question, and would probably tell you if he uses a particular product!

Krimpette1297448205.79687 PostsRegistered 9/7/2007MidAtlantic

My father was well into his 70s before his hair started graying, as I recall. Sadly, I didn't inherit those genes!

Hearts4Me1297448465.5231591 PostsRegistered 9/27/2005

I actually was just thinking the other day about how much more gray I now see in his hair than before - LOL. Funny how people see different things.

hairydogmo­ther1297449741.05855 PostsRegistered 7/31/2010
On 2/11/2011 Hearts4Me said:

I actually was just thinking the other day about how much more gray I now see in his hair than before - LOL. Funny how people see different things.

If I saw him with no gray and you saw him with gray hair, then maybe he's using a temporary hair color. I think I'll take mhk's advice and check his website. If I get an answer, I'll post back here. From Hairy

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Swedishmiss1297450360.11322 PostsRegistered 8/11/2009

My husband is just a little older than Dr. Oz and doesn't have any gray hair{#emotions_dlg.confused1} I on the other hand, started getting gray at 40!

hairydogmo­ther1297510920.867855 PostsRegistered 7/31/2010

I went to his website and there was one place to ask a question. But it said "your health questions here". I asked the question "what kind of hair color does Dr. Oz use"? It isn't a health question so I'm not expecting a response. I am to watch his future shows and my question may be answered on air. I work third shift so watching his show isn't always an option. Anyway, I have come to the conclusion that he uses semi-permanent hair color. It takes about six weeks to gradually wash out. Thats why there is no obvious grow out area. I just thought the color looked so natural and not fake. If you watch his shows often, like I do, you will see that sometimes he has gray hair and sometimes he doesn't. I will make another thread just asking for good hair color advice. Thanks for your responses. Hairy

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guatmum1297513486.432805 PostsRegistered 10/24/2008
On 2/11/2011 hairydogmother said:

I'm sure Dr. Oz is at the age of having gray hair. His hair color looks very natural and no sign of grays. I've looked closely. Does anyone know what hair color he might use? Is there a web sight where I could ask him. Nothing covers my gray hair completely.

It really is funny how things must look different on different TVs. I was thinking a bit back how he looked like he colored his hair - I thought the same thing yesterday. His hair looked too dark for his skin tone. I don't blame him for doing it but I do think he colors it.

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winamac11297515247.30330255 PostsRegistered 12/29/2010Indiana

I think he most definitely colors his hair. I love Dr. Oz though!

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mima1297517964.81314236 PostsRegistered 10/19/2004KS

I know for a fact Dr. Oz has some gray hair. One time on Oprah he was on with no gray. They were showing old clips of him from older shows and he had some gray in those old clips. I thought it was funny. No one mentioned it though.

Mima

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