I started to get a few grey hairs in my early 30's.But then after several operations and the last being removal of a brain tumor,I went decidedly Translucent!! I treally did not mind at all,as after the op I kept my hair very short for a long while and I am fortunate that my hair went this lovely silvery colour in a very nice way.In fact I was often asked who my hairdresser was and how did she get such a pretty effect!!! This always made me smile.
No matter what,though,I shall never be as cute as the darling in this photo of yours!!!
My hair has been white for quite a number of years - must be all the stress! I used to colour it every few weeks and kid myself that no-one knew, but eventually I gave it up for the sake of my hair health and my wallet. Once I began to grow it out I realized just how white it was - and it looked great! My hair is now much healthier and I get compliments about it all the time.
Masses of it! When I lost my son I was 30, and since then I've been sprouting more and more. I'm not actually phased by it. I figure ageing had to happen sooner or later, it just started sooner in my case lol
Yes have some grey and and waiting to see how it looks naturally now after dying for most of my life, which I am now letting grow/cut out. It is short and asymmetrical and hasn't been dyed since april. Lots of people say the like my colour???? There is NOTHING wrong with grey hair, even young people can have it. I think a good haircut/style with grey or white hair can look fabulous. I too have to watch the wallet now so that was a deciding factor initially.
My hair is a real mix - it has grey, brown, blondish and silvery strands in it. I have been asked who does the colour. It is all perfectly natural though, I guess I'm lucky at 70 to still have some brown in my hair. Haven't gone completely grey yet!