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Having gray hair was once a big taboo, especially among women. There was a time when women were recommended to dye their hair as soon as the first gray appeared. However, in the last few years, embracing your grays has become a trend.
When we talk about having gray hair, men are usually more privileged since their grays were always seen as a sign of maturity and charm, while women were seen as untidy.
But having a beautiful and natural look doesn’t always mean growing and dying your hair, right?
Did you know that gray hair is more fragile? So, let’s check out some valuable tips to take care of your grays and also for the transition process.
Oh, have you ever heard that plucking a gray hair makes another one grow in its place? While it isn’t 100% true, there is a certain truth to that.
There is no reason to pluck your gray hair, especially if your idea is to embrace them. So, don’t do that, okay? While it is tempting, it is important not to make a hunt-and-pluck fest over your head.
Plucking hair may cause inflammation in the roots and also damage the follicles, making your hair thinner. Did you know that?
Also, other gray hairs will keep growing, so plucking them becomes a senseless job, right?
0:00 Gray Hair Caring Tips
0:49 Be Patient
1:09 Be Careful When Brushing
1:34 Get rid of the yellow in your hair
2:07 Protect them from the sun, seawater, and pools
2:33 Don’t use too many heating accessories
2:49 Intensify the hydration and humectation of your gray hairs
3:44 Plucking Grey Hair
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