Thinking About Going Grey?

Ok I get it but so far for me it's a no-go-gray.   I'm just not ready to let go of this part of me yet.  Going gray early and fully is in my family.  My sisters all went gray but my Mom and I haven't.  Until I think it would be freeing for me I'll remain coloring.  I think most women look awesome gray and it's so different now to decide to go gray then it ever was. It seems to be a self affirming and fashion statement.  Maybe I'll give   “Silver Hair: A Handbook,” by stylist Lorraine Massey and co-author Michele Bender a read.  Since evolution is possible.  What are your thoughts on going gray? I'd love to see you comments below.  : )

How going gray made me feel younger

San Diego Union-Tribune  |  Michele Parente

I found my first gray hair when I was 16. (Cool!) By the time I was in my mid-30s, I was coloring my hair dark brown every six to eight weeks. (Not cool.) By my mid-50s, it was every three weeks: Every third week at home; every third week at the salon. (I. Am. So. Over. This.)