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Grey hair

Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by moosy, Mar 26, 2005.

  1. uhurit

    uhurit Well-Known Member

    Jan 4, 2009
    Keep your gray hair short to fit your facial features/skull shape...and don't bother with dyeing, very few of those jobs look authentic
  2. Davidko19

    Davidko19 Well-Known Member

    Aug 6, 2008
    Sorry to resurrect this old thread. This is starting to happen to me. I'm only in my 30's and I already have 5-6 permanent grey hairs. I used to pluck them and they would never come back. Now, I pluck them and they are growing back grey!

    Several google searches (on grey hair deficiency) came back indicating that a deficiency in vitamin B12 is a major cause. I'll definitely try the wheat grass though.

    26 here bro, its coming in faster than I want. I think Im dialing in my just for men color combo though, lol.

    I actually dont mind it too much. If I had to choose Id rather be grey than bald - seems alittle more sophisticated.
  3. JayJay

    JayJay Well-Known Member

    Jun 25, 2007
    I think greying hair looks fine. And bald is beautiful. Who loves ya baby.
  4. GoSurface

    GoSurface Well-Known Member

    Apr 28, 2007
    Brooklyn, NY
    I love gray hair. I want gray hair.
  5. rxcats

    rxcats Well-Known Member

    Jul 16, 2007
    San Francisco
    I suggest buying a no-lift hair color, like Second Nature, in at least one shade lighter than your natural hair color. You can mix it with a 10-volume developer for semi-permanent results or 20-volume for permanent results. If you use the 20-volume, you might get some overall lightening of your hair with repeated use. Using a shade lighter with a no-lift formula will change your grey hair to this shade, but leave your darker natural color the way it is. It gives a more subtle and natural look since your hair will not be so monochromatic.
  6. moet49

    moet49 Member

    Feb 4, 2009
    I have a good bit of grey in m hair and have found great joy in making it shine cleanly and bright with Aveeda's Blue Malva conditioner
  7. JayJay

    JayJay Well-Known Member

    Jun 25, 2007
    I don't have much gray, but I don't mind what I have. It's fine with me.
  8. marc237

    marc237 Well-Known Member

    Apr 4, 2004
    Two things.

    1. I have been going gray since my mid-20s. Embrace it and have fun with it. It does make one look distinguished and women (not girls) like the slat and pepper. I do agree that short is the way to go with salt and pepper.

    2. I am not Marc37 and wheat grass is a waste of your time and money. Indeed, no legitimate studies have found that any supplements impact the rate of graying, which is, absent a medical cause, purely a roll of the genetics dice.

    Good luck.
  9. pinchi22

    pinchi22 Well-Known Member

    Oct 5, 2004
    Spain, California
    My hair began turning gray before I turned 30. The conventional stuff such as Just for Men looked really fake and hardly lasted, so I then tried the professional stuff, which hardly worked better. Finally, I accepted the situation, lived with it by cutting my hair shorter, now I kind of like it.

    My (woman) hair dresser told me, after I "embraced" it, that I looked a lot better than before. She asked me why I had waited so long to just let it go.
  10. JBG

    JBG Well-Known Member

    Mar 3, 2008
    Southern CA
    I started going gray in my late teens, and by the time I was in my late 20's it was about half gray.

    It bothered me enough to where I started getting it colored (at a salon). After spending thousands of dollars over the years, I recently decided it was just not worth it to color anymore. At 37, it is over 90% gray (really it is more white than gray), and honestly I like it a lot now (and so does my wife...).

    Embrace your gray [​IMG]

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