I was about 19 when I first spotted a grey hair. Didn't think much about it then. By the time I was 30 I was completely grey. I always said I would dye it when it all turned grey but by the time it did I found that I couldn't remember exactly what shade of brown it was originally. Even pictures didn't answer the question completely so I learned to live with it. What can I say......brown's better than grey but grey is better than....................none!
26. I found one more in my eyebrow last week though, I'm sure this can't be a good sign..? I'm only 27!
22...but then I realized it was my husband's. I'm 24 now, and still none of my own . That said, my mom is in her late 40s and just started getting enough to really show.
I was in my 20's ... if i didnt colour it I would be completely white now.
25 when my hair dresser pointed out this extremely shiny something in my hair.
by AHintz 7 years ago
How old were you when you found your first grey hair? Did you leave it or pluck it?I know that some people wear their greys proudly, and some people hide them or pluck them out. I'm curious as to the ratio of men to women, and age.
by koala28 7 years ago
How to touch-up grey hair by brown color without darkening the blond highlighted hair?Hello,My hair is 90% grey. I like to do blond highlight because is match on my skin tone a looks younger on me. I use brown color to cover my grey hair.My problem is when my grey hair grow and I need to...
by ngureco 7 years ago
How Do You Cure Gray Hair?
by Debra Allen 6 years ago
Why is it that people who use the computer all day get grey hair earlier?
by mdlawyer 7 years ago
Why grey hair makes some men more appealing to young women?
by barnjassy 7 years ago
I have so many grey hair want to use hennai m 25 have lots of grey hair and I want to use henna but I don't want orange hair so please I need help.
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