Yep. It's a sort of strawberry blonde, with some darker red bits, some lighter bits and a little bit of grey. It changes over time a bit by itself, getting lighter if I'm in the sun more and darker if I'm not.
My dark brown hair went translucent (NOT grey!!!!) after I had a brain tumour removed,and I have left it natural ever since.I am very lucky that it is a clean type of silvery shade rather than a very ordinary grey.My ex even asked if my hairdresser had tipped it to make it look so pretty when he first saw it!! I do still have some of the natural dark colour left but the fringe is totally colourless now. I am happy with it and this is the important thing... My hair is very thick and long,so I feel very fortunate.
Well, yes and no!
My natural hair colour now is mostly white with a bit of grey at the back. I don't dye it as I rather like being a silver fox *koff* but there are days when I spray different colours on, usually to co-ordinate with my outfit, so I might have pink streaks or blue patches or purple appears quite a lot :) These sprays just wash out very easily so I can chop and change as I feel like it.
Yes it is natural. My hair is a mix of brown, blonde and grey highlights - I'm often asked how I get the mix but it is completely natural. I haven't colored my hair since I was in my 30s which was a long time ago.