Are you currently or have you been getting gray hair? (When did it start)
Found a couple in March - I'm 17. 😭 (My paternal grandmother was completely gray when she graduated from high school!)
One or two strands....started in mid forties.
Not a celebrated event.
Very little gray hair. But it is there.
Just look at my profile pic. Been turning gray since 16.
Mid-40s. It's pretty much all silver now.
When I was about 7 years old
I was fairly young. When I was about 23, I noticed a streak of grey hair and started parting my hair to cover it. Since then, it has spread. I now have a considerable amount of grey hair, and I'm only 34.
I had a few grey hairs in my mid to late 20s and gradually got more and more of them. It was pretty much all grey by my late 50s or early 60s, I think, with some areas that are still more dark brown underneath in the back. I'm 70 now.
I have grey blonde hair
I started getting gray hairs here and there once our oldest was about 15.....I swear, having a teen girl has been the most difficult part of my life. Our boys are SO much easier to live with. Lol
21, 52 years ago.
I'm mid 50's, and have just noticed a few stray grays, but you have to look to see them.
After my daughter was so sick I noticed I'm a little grayer. I'm 68 and my hair is still darker than it is gray.
Just noticed. Sniff sniff. At least they waited to hit till 39. Other friends have had them for years, decade or so.
I had my first grey hair my first year of college. It's all white now and dang pretty.
I started at about 40. You can't see it unless you get close.
As early as elementary school my hair has been greying. It's more of a salt and pepper, but most of it is towards the back of my head.
I am 19.
Same here. I'm a bit younger than you are, and I've been getting grey hair since around 2nd grade. It's very visible now
Thankfully, I don't.
First one was at 28, but I'm in my 40's and still don't have to color it. The white against the brown looks blond in the light, so it's not so bad. :)