The standards of beauty in different societies have changed throughout history, for many women, the appearance of white hair on the head is a disaster equal to aging and becoming ugly, while white hair can start at any age and is never a sign of old age, even In the case of old age, there are many women who consider natural white hair beautiful, what is your opinion on this matter?
“People were asking me questions on the street because of my hair”
I’m in my mid-40s, but I’ve had gray hair since I was 16. I didn’t have the courage to go out, so I dyed my hair until I was 40. According to Heidi Lammer, an Arizona mineral water owner who started the bleach program to help women deal with their gray hair with ease: Keeping hair white isn’t easy at all. It takes a lot of time and you have to try a lot of hats and short hairstyles!
“People were asking me questions about my hair on the street. The most beautiful question was that you are very brave. I really want to do what you do but I’m afraid, what do you do? These questions always make me laugh. I’m not a freedom fighter, I just don’t dye my hair anymore!”
“We are all created unique”
According to Ty Alexander, a 37-year-old woman who began graying her hair at age 14, the reason for her success: “The best part about looking young and white for me is that I’m an inspiration to many women my age. And I’m older than myself to accept my natural hair color,” “In my blog, beauty is in gray or white hair, I’m trying to change women’s view of beauty and also let them accept that this situation is ultimately We give power.”
“People are always complimenting white hair”
According to 32-year-old Cornelia Krane, whose hair began to turn white at the age of 21: “It’s obvious! “I always had white hair and people always complimented me.”
According to 43-year-old author Monica Kast: “My hair turned white when I was 21.” “But I didn’t dye it: even when I really wanted to dye it, especially when I was cutting my hair. My hair was beautiful for my face and that’s why I didn’t dye it. Until it became my signature and I love it!”
“I used to hide my hair but… now I accept it”
According to Boston resident Sarah Scott: “I’m 27 years old and I’ve been graying since I was a teenager! “My hair didn’t go completely white until I was about 24 or so and now it’s completely white on top of my hair, especially when I part my hair. I used to wear my hair in a style where the whiteness is not obvious, but now I have accepted it. When I accepted, I heard many compliments about it. A lady even asked me where she could change her hair to my hair color, in fact they were imitating me! How flattering! My white hair made me look unique, proud and a little mysterious.”
This movement does not mean that you should not dye your hair, but its purpose is to increase the self-confidence of women and help them to accept who they are. Love yourself and if you like your white hair, you don’t need to dye it!!!
July 19, 2013 09:16
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