• Stress really does turn your hair grey
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    Caroline Allen

    Stress really does turn your hair grey

    Women begin to go grey aged 35, with men greying - on average - five years earlier.

  • Selma Blair talks embracing her ‘salt and pepper hair’ following chemotherapy
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    Marie Claire Dorking

    Selma Blair talks embracing her ‘salt and pepper hair’ following chemotherapy

    Selma Blair is embracing her new hair following regrowth after chemotherapy [Photo: Getty] Selma Blair is embracing her new salt and pepper hair as it grows back following chemotherapy. For those not aware about her health battle, Blair revealed she was suffering from Multiple Sclerosis in October last year, via a candid Instagram post, after being diagnosed in August 2018. Multiple sclerosis, often shortened to MS, is a lifelong autoimmune condition which can cause a range of debilitating symptoms including fatigue, trouble with speech and walking, blurred vision and problems with bladder control. READ MORE: What is multiple sclerosis?

  • How to go grey gracefully: The women embracing their naturally silver locks
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    Francesca Specter

    How to go grey gracefully: The women embracing their naturally silver locks

    People usually notice their first grey hairs in their early 30s.