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Morgans Hair Darkening Cream

Updated on May 21, 2016

Restore your youth

Nobody wants to look old and not looking younger sounds scary when people think of it.We all desire a glowing and bubbling looks all the time but in reality, our physiology undergoes gradual decay as we age.We blossom and flourish like leaves on the tree and wither and perish.

A fellow looked at me one day and said,''you are getting old.''I felt a sharp pain in my heart.What a shock! Since then, I decided to improve every aspect of my body -starting from my hair. They say,a woman's glory is her hair.At my age, there is one thing I thank GOD for - my hair.Most of my friends, their hair has gone almost grey but mine is still dark and lovely. As a person gets older,the front hair at the lower part of the forehead starts to fall off but that has not happened to me.The secret is unlocked in this article.

The African hair is always coarse and sometimes difficult to comb but my mother's hair is soft and not totally grey.At eighty-five,it still looks fairly darker.The secret to having your natural hair looking soft and darker as you age is -Morgans Pomade Hair Product

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A Brief History of Morgans Pomade

This product was created by Robert Martin In 1873 in England.He had four children and Morgans Pomade was the best hair product in use but during the world war, there was a sharp decline in sales.Then, Robert Martin died.When the war ended,his widow decided to launch the product into the market and revived her husband's business.

After five decades, it became a registered family business with its manufacturing company in Whitstable Harbour in Kent.The company is still been controlled by a member of Robert Martin's family in order to maintain the originality and uniqueness of the hair product.Morgan pomade is the oldest and still available in more than fifty countries world wide.


Picking The Right Hair Pomade

The Oxford dictionary defines pomade as liquid that is applied to the human hair to make it shiny and to smell very nice.It also helps to keep the scalp healthy and removes dandruffs.When you do not use pomade on the scalp, you are inviting scales and itchness.For example, what happens when you buy a leather pair of shoes and you wear it, clean it everyday without polishing it?Definitely the shoe will start to crack and it will wear off quickly.This is exactly what happens when you fail to use the correct hair pomade for your hair.

The book of proverbs in the HOLY BIBLE says that grey hair is the crown of a man's glory but honestly, many of us do not like to see these threads of grey on our head.It is most effective to use a natural darkening hair product than applying surgery and chemicals on the hair.Well if you do not like these methods use morgan hair pomade to colour your hair in a natural way instead of getting it messy with all the overnight and quick hair dyes that stain your pillows.

I love using this product on my hair because of the long term benefits. Actually, my mother used morgan on our hair until we became ladies and I have never stopped using it.

In between the years, I have tried other types of hair pomades and dye but in the short term,it damaged my scalp and hair.These products turned the premature grey hair brown. I decided never to use any hair dye or pomade again.Why? because most of them have an obnoxious chemical, smell and odour that permeates the air in the house when you uses it.After these experiences, I switched permanently to Morgans products .It purified my hair,scalp and brought out the desired black and shiny colour. A user who bought Morgans product testified that it helped conceal his father's grey hair for many years.

Morgans Pomade - ingredients and description

This product contains beewax,lanolin and mineral oil.It comes in different sizes .50g, 100g,200g and it contains no colour.They have also made different version of morgans products:

■men's hair darkening product

■women's hair darking product

■Morga's perfumed pomade -cover your gray hair (unisex from United Kingdom.)

How to use it

Wash your hair,dry it and apply the pomade to the roots of your scalp.Rub gently and comb to your desired style.It requires no gloves when applying and it adds lusta.

I recommend this product because it would not damage your hair.It darkens your hair in a natural way that is not messy.I give it five out of five stars.I love Morgan products

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The Original Morgan

Morgan Pomade Amber Jar, 0.22 Pound
Morgan Pomade Amber Jar, 0.22 Pound
The unique formula of Morgans Pomade also control,shape and enliven the human hair as well as moisturing it. Regular use enables the user to achieve a suitable hair colour shade over a short period of time which can be maintained by subsequent application.

The Way I see It

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      6 years ago

      AH ... for the most part, I have used the other version; i.e. lightening cream. ;)

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      6 years ago

      @flinnie lm: At my age, my hair is still black. If used continuously, it will slow down grey hair.

      Thanks for creating time to read my lens.

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      Gloria Freeman 

      6 years ago from Alabama USA

      My hair turning grey early. I would love to use a product like this.

    • nicenet profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago

      @dwelburn: Morgan's products are really the best. It moisturises and improves the texture of your hair and scalp.

      Thanks for tking your time to read my lens

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      6 years ago

      This sounds like a really great product. I've been tempted to darken my hair many times but my girlfriend says she likes the grey so I have never done it. If I did I would want a natural product like this though.

    • nicenet profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago

      @Bellezza-Decor: Thanks

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      6 years ago from Canada

      This sounds like a great, natural hair darkener!

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      Javed Ur Rehman 

      6 years ago from Karachi, Pakistan

      It seems like this is great product.

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      6 years ago

      It's a new product to me. Sounds my hair now has a few grey strands that I really don't like!

    • nicenet profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago

      @fifinn: Thanks for visiting.

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      7 years ago

      informative lens. Nice review.


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