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    Default I feel so old :(

    I found my first grey hairs just now

    They're white white white.

    I feel so old.

    And a bit sad

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    Well I can count them on one hand but they're still there... Lol.

    Serves me right for being lazy and not getting my hair colored b4 having bub this week.

    The chances of me getting to my hairdresser in the next 8 weeks are slim to none. So now these greys are going to spook me every day till I go.

    Grrrr

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    If they're lonely I can donate about half my hair to you.

    Sent from my GT-S5830 using The Bub Hub mobile app

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    I started going grey at 15 and now am more grey than dark now apparently my greys are resistant to loreal colouring and a week after it's done I'm showing grey again.

    Just depressing!! GBH's to you.

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    I only had a couple till I had DD and now I have the white wings around my ears and where my fringe grows, hairdressers 11 Tuesday can't come fast enough.

    Oh and I also found a single grey eyebrow hair last week!!!

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    I've got quite a few, they're all over the place though. Wish I had a cool stripe or something.

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    I've had grey eyebrows for over a decade. Since DD I have had hundreds of grey hairs and the ******** are breeding!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mokeybear View Post
    Oh and I also found a single grey eyebrow hair last week!!!
    I found them somewhere more horrifying (down south!). That freaked me more than the ones on my head.

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    I recently got ash highlights so it's hard for me to tell which grey hairs are real and which ones are "highlights".

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICanDream View Post
    I found them somewhere more horrifying (down south!). That freaked me more than the ones on my head.
    Crap! Not looking forward to that discovery !


 

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