- going grey
two v young children- 2.5yr old and 3 month old
Get rid of the kids or get used to the grey hair. I was a tiny bit grey when my twins were born. 9 years later and I am full Philip Schofield. But I don’t mind really – I sometimes think I prefer it to my old dark hair and it is certainly preferable to having none.Posted 1 year agoalexandersupertrampSubscriber
49 with greying beard since about 40,
black dark brown hair, have no grey hair in head and have arguments with various people I work with about how I must dye my hair.
never bothered me about the beard but enjoy my bald, side grey and ginger work mate getting almost ready for a fight about it😃Posted 1 year ago4130s0ulMember
Hedley, as someone who had dreads down to their backside i’ll say it’s a liberating feeling cutting them off but it takes a lot of getting used to as that’s quite some weight you’ll have become accustomed to atop your noggin. i felt like i was walking like Mr Soft from the Trebor advert 🙂Posted 1 year agohedleyMember
Yeah, I imagine. Would feel very odd. My wife has just cut hers off and they were just as long as mine.
She cut them fairly short then we spent a few days combing them out. She was able to retain shoulder length hair and after spending rather a lot of money having a proper cut by a posh hairdresser looks pretty damn good.
I’m also worried that none of my bike helmets will fit..Posted 1 year ago
Whatever you do, don’t dye your hair, nothing looks more obvious
TBF, my wife has her hair dyed (she really can’t accept the fact she is going grey and it really does upset her) but you really can’t tell. But she does have it done professionally (she has to as she started to get allergic reactions to the DIY stuff) at great expense. Still, it makes her feel more comfortable with her appearance so that’s fine by me.
Personally I used to dye my hair all sorts of colours (either at the hairdressers or at home) but stopped as soon as the grey started to appear as I didn’t want it to look like I was hiding something.Posted 1 year ago
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