Wednesday 7 December 2016

No grey area - colouring your hair is do or dye for women

Published 04/08/2015 | 02:30

'When former US First Lady and current presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton went back to her alma mater, Yale, to give a speech to the graduating students, she began by talking about hair'
'When former US First Lady and current presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton went back to her alma mater, Yale, to give a speech to the graduating students, she began by talking about hair'

Hair is not just something that happens to be on your head. Hair, particularly women's hair, is a subject that never ceases to interest, obsess and divide people. Regardless of whether you are a Hollywood actress, president of a country, a housewife, or a CEO, if you are a woman, people will comment on your hair.

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Women spend hundreds (sometimes thousands) of euros a year dying their hair. Is it worth it? Should we just let our hair go grey and accept nature's choice for us?

But hair colour is one of the first things you notice about someone. So if your hair is grey, the assumption will be that you are old.

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