Gray Hair

A lot of people think that if you're growing your gray hair out, surely you're just letting yourself go.  Why would you go gray?  At such a young age?  Gray does not mean:
Gray Hair Does Not Mean You Have to Stop Playing with Fashion
Gray Hair Does Not Mean You Can't Change Your Mind About Hair Length

Gray Hair Does Not Mean You Can't Still be Silly or Wear Hats
Gray Hair Does Not Mean You Can't Still Take (really poor) Fashion Selfies

Gray Hair Does Not Mean You Can't Experiment with Up-Dos or Braids or Side-Dos
Gray Hair Does Not Mean. . . .What Was That I Said About Being Silly?

Once upon a time, there was a girl who decided to stop coloring her hair. She decided that she was tired of coloring her hair once every 4 weeks and embrace the silver.  Okay, part of that is true.  The real truth is that I'm an anxious, neurotic mess and there was a spot on my head that I wanted my dermatologist to check. Thankfully, it was just an age spot. . . . . . but it lead me to decide that I didn't want all of those chemicals on my head every 4 weeks!  And so the process began.  It was a decision that I have never regretted.  

Here is part of my journey in pictures.  While I was still coloring. . . 
When I first began going gray. . .
When I decided to just chop it all off!
When I decided to grow it out long!


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