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Gray Hair

Hair is perceived as such an important part of beauty and vitality – and you may not realize the effect of it on you… until you have grey hair.

Anything you previously perceived as elements of youth (like natural brown, black or blonde hair and no wrinkles) which is now waning – can dent your self-esteem, body image and self-confidence, and negatively affect your overall quality of life with less frequent and enjoyable social engagement.

It all comes down to society’s perception of beauty. Society unjustly, puts an inordinate amount of pressure on beauty and a great deal of this comes from perceptions of hair.

When your hair becomes more than 30% grey, you’re suddenly faced with a new reality, and you have to redefine beauty for yourself.

Looking good is by no means about looking younger:  It’s more about showing up as the real authentic you…

In the specific ways you choose to feel confident, beautiful, elegant, experienced, capable and alive.

Stop dying hair, and going totally grey is not for everyone, and you may want to stall a little longer…

Age and experience is a beautiful thing, and embracing natural grey hair (silver hair or white hair) is hugely liberating. Think about grey hair as just another colour choice and a necessary rights of passage…

And when you do decide to just let it grow, people you know may tell you – you would look old. But most people who already have gone totally grey, said their objecters changed their minds about it down the line, finally commenting on how gorgeous it looked, and they wished they had the same confidence.

When you do decide to finally take the plunge, this guide is a handy prescription to follow as maintaining grey hair is NOT the same process as before…

It’s key to keep hair looking bright, shiny, and healthy so not to look old and washed out.

Your Prescription: Quick Reference Grey Hair Routine and Product Outline

Looking good is by no means about looking younger:

It’s more about showing up as the real authentic you…

In the specific ways you choose to feel confident, beautiful, elegant, experienced, capable and alive.

Stop dying hair, and going totally grey is not for everyone, and you may want to stall a little longer…

BUT – When you do decide to finally take the plunge, this guide is a handy prescription to follow.

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