How to Let Your Hair Go Gray or Silver Naturally
Women tend to go natural for several reasons:
- It's less maintenance. Root maintenance can be a huge time suck. Whether you do it yourself or you pay a pro, you are going to have to keep up with the grays as they grow in.
- It's healthier. Keeping up with coloring every few weeks is also damaging to the hair — and the pocketbook.
- It's socially acceptable (and preferable in many instances) to be natural. Minimal beauty is all the rage these days. This means less makeup and less time fussing with your hair. More and more women who let their hair go gray are not just admired, but they are revered.
- It's natural. As more people become aware of the toxic effects of cosmetics, they turn to organic and natural beauty upkeep. This means products that aren't tested on animals and don't contain chemicals. Hair dye can be toxic and covering gray hair can be tricky — it takes a powerful dye to color grays. Many women don't want to risk it.
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