Είτε με τεχνητό τρόπο- βάψιμο δηλαδή – είτε αυτό συμβαίνει με φυσικούς τρόπους, το αποτέλεσμα δείχνει να είναι υπέροχο και μάλιστα κατάφερε να επικρατήσει στα social media.
Ολοένα και περισσότερες γυναίκες υιοθετούν τη νέα τάση που όπως φαίνεται ήρθε για να μείνει, και γιατί όχι, να αντικαταστήσει το άλλοτε πολυπόθητο ξανθό χρώμα στα μαλλιά.
Εσύ τι λες;
“I was born with 1 grey hair. By the time I was a teenager I had grey hair at the front, black/brown at the back. I use to dye it constantly till I reached 40. Then it was like a light bulb went off. I suddenly didn't care what anyone thought of me. I danced at parties for the first time in my life, I didn't care if I was overweight. I didn't care if my hair was Grey/white. I embraced me. I stopped dyeing my hair. Suddenly I felt free to be me. My only regret was waiting so long. I have had strangers come up to me in the street asking about my hair. I have even had random strangers start stroking my hair,like they are memorised. My hair is white at the front and salt and pepper at the back. And I would not have it any other way.” @2manyfish #grombre #gogrombre
“It’s been 8 years (since I was 15 years old) that I’m going slowly grey, it’s been 1 year and a half that I don’t dye my hair, I learned to love my greys and I want that the society stops to tell us, women, to hide it! Cheers and continue your beautiful mission !” @isabukowska #grombre #gogrombre
“I have been graying since I was 18 years old. I hennaed my hair for years before deciding to embrace my natural hair and to let the silver grow out, about 5 years ago. I've always liked my gray streak and generally felt good about going gray, so I was surprised to discover how emotional I felt when a friend sent me a link to the @grombre Instagram account. It was so validating to see so other women embracing their gray hair and the natural aging process. Women are told all the time what we are supposed to look like in order to fit our culture's definition of "beauty" and we are shamed when we are different. Why do we listen to that? We are beautiful the way we are, and our differences are what make us interesting. I was inspired to make this necklace for all the other #silversisters out there - George Clooney isn't the only #silverfox in town!” @brevityjewelry #grombre #gogrombre
“I was a naturally dark brunette and had found my first greys at age 14, had to start dying my hair age 16 as there were too many to pull out! Once I became pregnant I decided to stop; I haven’t dyed my hair since July 2016. No one thinks it’s real and keep asking me where I got it done this colour; loving it! ? Thank you for keeping up my motivation to maintain it!” @linzilegs #grombre #gogrombre