I’m going gray.
Ok, maybe that’s not worthy of a headline. It happens to all of us at some point (if you’re lucky enough to keep your hair!)
Although only in my early 30s, I’ve been coloring my hair to hide these ‘natural highlights’ since my mid-20s. And just recently I stopped.
I can’t say that I’ll never go back to hair color – but I got really tired of the monthly application of toxic chemicals to my head, especially when the rest of my beauty routine is so clean!
Plus my mother has gorgeous silvery hair, and has always gotten lots of compliments – so why not me too?
So, I’m letting it go au naturel for the moment, and just waiting to see if I like the results.
BUT that’s not to say I’m ignoring my hair altogether. Oh no. It turns out there is a natural way to gently darken your hair. I’m hoping it might ease the transition (or at least blend in the difference between my colored hair and my natural color!)
This is one for the natural brunettes – whether you want to darken you hair because of age, or sun-fading – or just to keep your hair looking deep and rich.