Grey hair had previously been associated with “being older”, but why do some people go grey in their 20s while others don’t see the first sign of silver until age 50? Dermatologists call this the 50-50-50 rule – Fifty percent of the population has about 50% grey hair at age . Like skin, hair changes its texture with age. But behind grey hair there is much more than age. Factors as ethnicity makes a difference: Caucasians tend to go grey earlier — and redheads earliest of all. Then Asians. Then African-Americans. Scientists haven’t figured out why yet. Smoking, for example, stresses your skin and hair. Low vitamin B12 levels are notorious for causing loss of hair pigment
More young mothers, professionals, and even runway models are opting to “go grey,” says Diana Jewell, author of Going Grey, Looking Great. “The myth that grey hair makes you old is just that — a myth. If you were young, vibrant, active, healthy pre-grey, you’re still going to be that way. It’s all in the attitude you bring to it,” Jewell says. “If you think of it as merely another colour choice, you won’t be afraid of grey.”
Year after year working women are trying to find easy everyday styles , practical clothes and comfortable shoes . Colours matching is no longer a rule , skirt/dress and runners is just normal, even high hills have shoelaces ! Under-cuts , dreadlocks , blade short sides all rules are broken only few left to removed. 2017 yang girls started silver hair fashion while their mothers was covering natural greys .
Step by step Grey hair is no longer age mark !