We’re guilty of sticking with the same hair cut for years — if it’s not broke, why fix it? — but that can be a little boring. But not everyone has our issue. Paulina, one of our amazing operations associates, is always eyeing new cuts and styles. She’ll be sharing her tress inspiration and tips every other week here via her feature Hairistocracy.
It’s been two months since my little dye-job, and now I’m coming to terms with something that’s tough to talk about, but has everything to do with coloring. I’m graying.
Slowly but surely, I’m getting a little silver and I owe it all to genetics. Now that my recent dye is starting to fade, I’ve been debating a tough decision: do I continue to cover the grays or should I experiment with a little salt and pepper?
I tried doing a little celebrity photo research to gain extra insight, and it doesn’t seem to be helping with the dilemma. From Kelly Osbourne to Kate Moss, young women are purposefully dying their hair gray to rock an of-the-moment It look. But what about those of us who don’t need the dye to achieve this gray?
Let’s take a poll!
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