Not only is my hair turning gray it’s gotten dry. I’m treating myself to a haircut at a better hair salon in March.
Since I feel my current hairdresser screwed up my last haircut. It seems like my hair color has changed overnight.
My hair might turn totally gray within the next 2 years. Keeping my hair its natural color is my way of making a political statement.
Why would a woman be happy to have gray hair? This hair to me is the dawn of freedom from traditional feminine conformity.
From the rule that says you must remain thin attractive and young for the rest of your life or you’re toast in other people’s eyes.
I confess to staring in my bathroom mirror and eyeing the silver hair that is taking over my head. I’m grateful that my hair is turning silver not dishwater gray.
Dare I say I’m excited to be getting silver hair?
This heralds a new chapter in my life–I’m glad to be turning the pages away from history and writing new scenes.
This is why I’m happy to have silver hair.
When I get a haircut at the new hair salon I’ll post a photo of my shining head of hair.
p.s. – I’m too broke to get the upkeep of a dye job : )