Swifty getting to my point here, I just believe that we should treat our bodies in the exact same way, we should appreciate it in every way possible, even the bad parts because we should just be glad we have one. There's so much emphasis on fake beauty these days and trying to obtain the perfect selfie or social media worthy body and it's just not obtainable (especially if you're no good at photoshop!)
So why not be natural and love who you truly are? Hair dye is a HUGE industry in both the UK and the US alone and beauty companies sell millions of DIY kits each year, not to mention the astronomical prices of going to a beauty salon for a dye job these days!
So, if you're thinking of ditching the dye but aren't sure, then we have some fierce women who took the plunge, said senora to the Clairol and look AMAZING for it. Grey hair is no longer for Grannies!
How much more convincing do you need!?
This woman has spent most of life trying to hide her beautiful grey locks, after nasty comments from her friends, her boss and people in general, until at age 42, when she decided to ignore everyone else and do what was best for her! And she looks amazing for it! Her smile says it all!
Such positivity from such a stunning lady, she radiates beauty and health. & I think she totally rocks this look! Absolutely fabulous!
Some people can be so insensitive, especially when you're at school! But I'm glad to see that her then (hopefully ex) crush's harsh words didn't affect her for the rest of her life, I personally think that she looks like a superhero! I love, love, love this look!
And what a beautiful transition it is! She looks absolutely stunning, I actually thought she was Jennifer Aniston for a second!
What a look though, this is absolutely stunning! & I can only imagine how gorgeous those curls are going to look once that silver fully makes its way through! Wow.
It makes me so sad to see that most of these women have only dyed their beautiful, natural hair because of some mean, nasty comments from other people! Surely, if you're going to be an ar*sehole, could you not just keep it to yourself!?
I don't know about you, but I honestly would have trouble knowing which one is the daughter and which is the mother here. So beautiful, keep being you, ladies!
I couldn't have put it better myself! These beauties are so inspirational.
Personal story time: It's nothing to do with being grey for me, personally, however, I was dying my hair blonde from the age of 17, because I thought that's what 'society' wanted, I thought blonde was beautiful and that my mousey ash brown hair was not. I did this to the extent of ignoring the fact that my hair was falling out already due to an autoimmune condition and that its overall health was becoming atrocious and I was close to losing it altogether.
Then, at the age of 30 (nearly two years ago), I finally decided to think of myself, my health and stuff the dye and now I am embracing my darker, natural, ashy brown roots (literally!)
Be you and be proud of it!