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Earlier today after my shower I decided to just part my hair down the middle (which i never do) and let it air dry....as i'm putting on my make up i look in the mirror and see GRAY HAIR- and not just like one or two, but a whole bunch!!! omG i'm only 28 Actually it was more like pure white. I mentioned this to my mom and she said both my aunt and my grandma started getting gray hair in their late 20's/early 30's. so i'm guessing it's hereditary. i was planning on finally letting my natural hair color grow out but i'm thinking it's back to hilites or color!
I have the same problem, I've had a patch of gray's for awhile and it's been slowly getting bigger. I've never colored my hair before, but it's about time for me to take the plunge. Mine are silver, my dad's side of the family goes silver very early also!
I have the same problem. I found my first gray hair the day I went into labor with Lily. I was only 25. At first I pulled it out, but now I have too many. I probably have at least 2 dozen bright silver hairs scattered and I'm only 31. My dad went totally gray in his 20s. I was hoping I inherited my mom's hair because she has about as many grays as I do. I think I may just let it go gray
I occasionally find a pure white strand in my hair. I've been finding them for years, and I'm only 29. My hair is a dark auburn, but it has natural blonde and lighter red highlights in it, especially during the summer. I find that the white hairs just kind of blend in with the blonde. I think typically red-heads just go lighter and lighter red over time, turning to strawberry blonde, and then eventually they go white. Also, when I wear my hair in a ponytail, you can see that I've got a white-blonde streak right at the nape of my neck. I've had that my whole life. I think it's kind of cool looking.
I don't really worry myself too much over going white/grey. You see starlets our age who purposely dye their hair grey, and it looks pretty. Out of all the things that suck about getting older, my hair colour is the least of my worries. I'd much rather be wrinkle-free than keep my hair colour. In fact, I have this image in my mind, of myself in 30 years or so...working in the garden, wearing a big straw hat and a long hippie skirt, with a yard full of grandkids and chickens...and pure-white pigtail braids. Yep. In my fantasy, I've got white hair, haha.