Spotting your first grey hair never goes down well. Calling your BFF and crying about it, trying every DIY recipe that is available on the internet and booking a hair colour appointment are all normal. However, if they are sprouting up too often and you’re tired of doing all of the above, maybe it’s time to embrace them greys because they are here to stay.
For some women this won’t be easy because grey hair is often associated with ageing. But we have found some gorgeous grey hair looks that would make even those with jet black hair want to dye their hair grey!
The thing about the pixie cut is that there is no age factor attached to it, so if someone says you cannot cut your hair that short at this age, do it anyway. Not only does it look stunning, but if you have healthy and shiny hair, it stands out from the crowd like no other.
Grey roots lob
If you are done colouring your roots every 15 days, then maybe it’s time you stopped doing that. Embrace your greys as they are; get a gorgeous lob and go for regular hair spas to make your tresses look silky, soft and smooth. Because as you can see, a lob with grey roots looks stylish AF!
Silver lining streaks
If your grey hair appears in streaks then you have a natural hair look that you shouldn’t play with. Or instead of dyeing your hair all black, colour it in grey streaks to get this look. This hair look looks particularly stylish on long, wavy hair. So if you were looking for ideas to embrace the grey in your long hair, we just gave you one!
Straight and fabulous
Naturally straight or chemically-treated straight hair has a huge fan following. We bet you never thought grey, straight hair could look so good. That’s exactly why we are here to give you all sorts of inspiration to embrace your naturally grey hair.
All you curly haired beauties reading this article, we saved the best for last. Curly hair is usually dry and colouring it can make things worse. Therefore, we found this stunning curly haired lob that will inspire you to ditch the dye.
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