“You go, girl, ROCK that salt and pepper!” That’s a comment one of the bloggers below got from a stranger on the street. And it’s true. With the right style and maintenance, gray hair is striking.
And there’s more. It saves you time. You don’t have to drive to your coloring appointment each month. It saves you clean-up. Coloring hair yourself means a mess in the bathroom or kitchen. It saves money. Styling salons don’t come cheap.
We’ve got some great follow-ups from our premiere list of 25 Gray-Haired Bloggers who Rock. A few vloggers (video stories) and a self-portrait are featured this year.
Enjoy these stories from the past year in praise of maturity and beautiful gray hair. Each one has a unique perspective, and all sing the praises of gray and silver hair. Many see their platinum locks as badges of honor. Several feel it lends them an air of credibility in their profession and personal life.
Robin Korth philosophizes her choice to go gray.
Jennifer McGaha in her blog on the Huffington Post explains why she finally stopped coloring her hair.
Anna Murphy at Colorwow has decided to go gray by gradually weaning herself from her regular hair coloring appointment.
Sarah Hiers posted a YouTube video that shows in pictures her journey from dyed hair to all natural.
Lynne Hinkey documents the changes in her hair color as she starts going gray.
Brette Popper at Yogacitynyc is happy with her decision to stop dyeing her hair.
Clare Etheridge is testing the waters, thinking seriously of taking the plunge into gray hair.
Sarah Bliss talks about the emotional decision of going gray.
Tsh at The Art of Simple discusses her decision to welcome gray hair at age 37.
Ray discusses tips on the best way to go gray.
Trae Bodge is committed to going gray, despite the opinion of her hairstylist.
Gray hair inspired the Rev. Nadine Drayton-Keen to poetry on the joys of gray hair.
Mary Elizabeth Rumsey proves you don’t have to be long-winded to show the advantages of going gray.
JJ has fallen in love with gray hair.
Laura talks about the sense of acceptance she feels by staying gray.
Colleen Newwine Tebeau muses about the thought of saying “goodbye” to her red hair.
Frida Berrigan tells it like it is.
Mikita Burton’s opposing debate about going gray.
“Ain’t Nobody Got Time for That!” 37-year old Kendra at Catholic All Year tells her story.
Karen D. Austin gives four reasons why it’s time to ditch the dye.
Karen Freeman answers the question “why go gray” with some great pics.
Some great videos that show transitioning from Susan Paget.
Donna Stamp takes us through her last few months of transitioning.
Sue Adair talks about going gray and what really matters.
Katie’s selfies and self-portraits need no words. She is simply beautiful.