I'm 40 and another one who's been going grey for nearly 20 years already. I've been colouring my hair for fun since my teens but we're past the blend-it-in foils stage and for the last few years I'd reverted to the home colour every 4 weeks but unless I go dark the greys are still fighting through!
I just had ice-blonde foils put in with the plan of growing out to be a "young grey". I'm not sure if it will work as my natural colour grows mousey but goes honey blonde with some sun, so I may need to blue rinse it so I dont just look dirty blonde. Bit scared by the prospect but figure it's the best time to try while 'grey' is fashionable amongst the young whipersnappers.
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11-07-2016 20:51 #22Senior Member
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My mum has black hair and started going grey in her 20s she has never dyed her hair and has it in a short pixie cut for about 30 years now (she's 61) and it's a very striking (if somewhat severe) look. My DH is 41 and 80% grey (black naturally) and he would prefer I let my hair go natural so that helps!
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