New research suggests going gray may have greater implications than changing your hair color: It could put you at an increased risk of having heart problems.
Although seen as a sign of ageing, grey hair among young people is continuing to rise. Not naturally, we should add. New figures from Superdrug show that grey hair dyes are the most popular among customers aged between 22 and 28. Inspired by celebrities like Kylie Jenner, Ciara and Lady Gaga, it’s easy to see why.
Going grey is no longer something to fear. Some of the most stylish celebs are intentionally dying their hair grey and they don’t care. Everyone from Kylie Jenner to Rihanna and Ellie Goulding have rocked the granny chic hairstyle. It has become a bit of a trend, proving that ageing comes with a great new silver lining.
Over the past few years grey and silver hair has been having a fashion moment. There are common misconceptions and old wives’ tales surrounding your new hair colour that can be down right confusing. Since the texture of grey hair is coarser than your natural strands, Tolentino explains that it’s more resistant to dye.