Question of the day from SKL

Are (were) you OK with going gray?

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15 Responses to Question of the day from SKL

  1. mssc54 says:

    I think this is completely a female thing. ‘Cause men are “distinguished!” 🙂

  2. LVISS says:

    This going grey business started from my school days and by the time I was ready for serious life I was near completely grey. But I never worried about it much becoz I took comfort from seeing bald people. Compare with someone less endowed as they say.

  3. Jenny says:

    well i’m so blonde so I don’t think you would be able to see any gray. Besides it’s way too early for that!!

  4. Jason says:

    I think my hair is so short it won’t really matter.

  5. SKL says:

    I have no problem with the natural highlights that I’ve been getting for quite a while. I think it will still be some years before I strike people as “gray.” At that time, I might feel differently, but I don’t think so. I have no desire to pretend to be younger than I am. I really don’t see myself ever coloring my hair, though it’s hard to say what the future will bring.

  6. Laura says:

    I yank them out each time I find one.

    I will be ok with going gray, someday. But right now? Not a chance. Although I’m not high-maintenance enough for the whole hair coloring thing, so I’m not sure what I’d do if it started coming in with a vengeance.

  7. Ellen says:

    I am lucky, just a little gray at on side of my hair, but I will not be a natural gray haired person for a long time!

  8. Karen Joy says:

    Ive always colored my hair and mostly because it makes it more manageable.Its awful to work with without it colored.Ive had grays for along time and used to think Id be fine if the world would see them but now as I am getting more,alot more,I realize I could care less what the world can see but it’s now ME who cares what I see when I look in the mirror.So yes,I will continue to cover those grey babies up!!

  9. SKL says:

    My friend had a white streak in her black hair when she was in her 20s. (She said she got it from the bad marriage that lasted 1 year.) I thought it was so cool. She started coloring her hair later when she was getting a lot more whities all over her head.

    I have a spot that is pretty much all white (not gray, bright-shiny white). It would probably be a streak, except that it’s at the front, so I never give it a chance to grow long. I think it would be cool to have a streak.

    My ex-secretary had the coolest color pattern as she was going gray. You would have had to pay a stylist a lot to duplicate that. I really think some people look better after their hair starts changing.

  10. Joy says:

    This question is so funny because I do have a gray haired post ready to be published so I’m not going to say too much now about gray hair. I have been getting mine highlighted since I was about 40. But I’m like Karen. It’s the texture of the gray hair and not the color that bothered me. The gray hairs I get are either wiry like a brillo pad or are stick pin strait. The dye must soften the hair up.

  11. Nikki says:

    Well I hate it! They stick straight up, stupid wirey things! I tried to go with out coloring it, and the day before I turned 30 I broke down. I can’t get away from it, my dad had all white hair by the time he was 30. So, I’ll be coloring it! I am only 30, and don’t even feel 30 so I do not want to look older than I feel. 🙂

  12. Vicki says:

    I have yet to find any grays although now i highlight my hair but i still dont believe i have grays..lucky me!

  13. No! I need to cover my roots asap!

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