It varies depending on your genes. My father was fully gray by his early 30s. I started getting noticebly gray in my mid 30s. My husband didn't start geting any gray on his head til he turned 50.
my husband started silvering in his 20s and I just got my first ones this year(53)
Guess you can tell who's the trouble maker in this marriage
Graying of hair occurs around the forties. But, sometimes, it may come prematurely, even during adolescence.
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