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More and more women are saying goodbye to the painting, and say hello to their natural silver hair color. Stylist, Lorraine Massey shows you how to get more and more comfortable with grey in them, and transition hair, silver on your own terms and conditions.
Have a happy online community is to encourage women of all ages, in order to say “goodbye” to paint “and ” hooray” for the grey.
Founded in 2016, the Grombre the group describes itself as “a global movement of women that embrace the natural, undyed hair,” has a following of 145,000 users on Instagram, and more than 17,000 on Facebook to date.
“What started out as a small Instagram community has grown to become a way of life for women, Grombre, it is so much more than her” official web site of the details. “We believe that there are more important things in life than the beauty standards that women are so often told that the definition of our value, and we are now looking for deliverance, and empowerment to live fully and to celebrate the complexities that make us beautiful in all the seasons of our lives.”
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On Sunday, the 31-year-old woman, and gave her to silver’s story of finding her first grey hair at 11 years of age, and to die her hair dark for almost a decade.
“I was lacking the confidence to expose my true colors until I was 30 years old – a little over a year ago, and I only wish that I had dumped my dye before,” she said. “I feel liberated to not have to hide them in my silver waves, plus a ton of time and money saved) that I adore and make me unique.”
On Oct. 5, a 31-year-old woman found out that her first “line of wit” appeared, and almost immediately after her sister was diagnosed with cancer ten years ago. The author stated that, “the more grey has appeared in” after her brother tragically passed away, and her mother and father battled serious health issues, and was the author of a mastectomy – even though the silver strands of hair, still was “shocked” at her.
“I’ve got ten years of fighting, of pushing back with every slight, wiry hair, with chemicals, and a grim determination. But then one day, about 9 months ago, I have done it,” she went on.
“The life I never had in my life, in a not-so-subtle way, and I finally got her message. I no longer have the time or the patience to get to the expected hair color,” the writer explained. “I’ve survived and thrived through so much worse than the disappointment of social norms and expectations.”
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One of the other Grombre is a member of the group has recently been revealed that the travel-to-gray, it began when she was in a unhappy marriage at the age of 50, have lost 136 pounds and was inspired to go to the lure go grey. Today is the day, and she says that she has never felt better.
I’m genuine, sexy, and more beautiful than I ever have in my life, and it is off. I’m happier in my skin and it has made me free the way I see it,” said the woman.
In September, the service user told us that she had stopped dyeing her hair two years ago, when she experienced severe hair loss due to stress, and to help make the treatment more effective and to work.
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“Tough times call for brave decisions to be taken…, I went for a royale hair to minimize the difference, or the grey roots and dark tips, and help make the transition smooth,” she said.
To claim that some people are “shocked” by her decision to go gray, she has remained true to its roots and has described the move as “one of the best decisions I’ve ever made.”
“It’s all about confidence, self-love, and embracing change with grace and gratitude. Here it is, c’est la vie!”, “she said.
A spokesman for Grombre was not immediately available for comment on the group’s history and mission. However, the “grombe trend will take off on its own on social media. A search of the grombe hashtag networks of more than 72,000 results on Instagram, and the majority of those of us who appreciate it, or show off their silver strands.
“My grey has pretty much grown out of it now! To be great,” one woman wrote, hashtagging the post “#GrayHairMovement” in addition to “#Grombe.”
“Happy 1 year anniversary to silver jubilee to me!” said the other, after the abandonment of the products. “I have some doubts about it having the same colour hair, following 26 years of age are dying each and every color is possible, but I think I should be going to see this through to the end,” she added.