Who's saying yes to gray hair?
Actresses Helen Mirren and Jamie Lee Curtis.
I have my hair colorist’s phone number on speed dial. I’m just not ready to let my gray peek through more than it already does between appointments.
More women are giving in to gray, though. And if what I’m reading is any indication, a lot of them are younger than me. Some of them started turning gray in their 20s or 30s. Others just got tired of the hassle or the expense.
Gray hair doesn’t translate to granny either. Look at actresses Jamie Lee Curtis and Helen Mirren. No one would describe them as matronly or old.
So, I’m wondering, have you made the choice to go gray? Shoot me an e-mail telling me why, how you feel, what kind of response you’ve gotten, etc. – and a picture of yourself if you have it (not for publicatiaon). I’m working on a story about women who choose to go gray.
Send the e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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