the-grey-movement

It looks like I am not the only one obsessed with this hair trend. Women all around the globe refuse to accept the thought that having grey hair means that I am a granny.

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The #GrannyHair hashtag became really popular after a BuzzFeed article highlighted how you can get grey hair (if you weren’t blessed like me). But I kinda hate that term and I found another phrase that I’m literally swooning over instead.

#TheGreyMovement is an entire Instagram hashtag and account dedicated to celebrating women who embrace their natural grey hair OR those brave enough to rock the latest hair trend!

Check out my favorites looks from #TheGreyMovement.

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7 Comments

  1. June 30, 2016 / 3:48 pm

    I absolutely love these! So cute! They look relatively easy to do on your own, too, which is always a plus! Thanks so much for the ideas and tips!

  2. February 3, 2017 / 3:11 pm

    Love this trend! I think my favorite is the super ringlet curls, they are awesome!

  3. @Denah
    June 11, 2017 / 7:24 am

    #grannyhair over here. Natural all the way

  4. Yvonne
    August 11, 2017 / 12:50 am

    Thank you so much for all your information re. grey/white hair. I am 68 and loving my grey hair, but recently started swimming several times a week and started using Shea Moisture Leave-in Conditioner with Castor Oil, Shea Butter, Peppermint and Keratin.

    My question is has anyone noticed their grey turning yellow due to the Shea Moisture Leave-in Conditioner? I do know chlorine is an issue. If both the chlorine and the Shea Moisture products are the cause, then I’m in trouble!!
    I will start using the peroxide recipe and see what happens.

    • August 13, 2017 / 7:01 pm

      I don’t use too many leave-in conditioners because I do think it affects the color.

  5. February 27, 2018 / 1:15 am

    Ever since I was a little kid getting my haircut was a HUGE deal. Back then it was a huge deal because I was a length queen. I remember as early as pre-school having hair length competitions with my best friend — she was one of those small children with soft, butter colored tangles, the kind of hair moms dream their daughters will have. We had actual length competitions and hypothetical length competitions. I.e. we would debate about whose hair was the longest and whose would grow the longest in the upcoming year. Arguing the improbable, we would gesticulate wildly to show each other exactly where on our bodies our hair would hit at its full and complete length. Sometimes our hairs were going to reach down to our butts, other times we would get really carried away and insist that the hair would somehow be so long that it would fall below the floor. Or maybe it was into the floor? Down the hall? It got ridiculous.

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