ANSWERS: 12
  • I think the salt and pepper to grey stage is sexy and a sign of maturity. I dread the day that I go white or bald. On some people it looks good, but I don't think it would suit me.
    • we are dough 68
      I do.
    • Ice man
      You would.
    • we are dough 68
      I have plenty of wood. But nowhere to put it.
    • Ice man
      Start a fire and cook a fish.
    • we are dough 68
      My life is like "Groundhog Day", but without shagging Andie MacDowell.
    • Linda Joy
      I laughed so hard at that movie! But I think Multiplicity was even better!
    • Linda Joy
      I've seen many men who look good with gray hair in all stages and bald. But there are a few who should invest in a hat collection!
  • I accept both because I have both. Lol Oh my hair is all gray.
  • The most beautiful women are bald, I think. I stroll the cancer ward for love.
    • Linda Joy
      Many bald women are very beautiful! But those who survive cancer have been strengthened by the refining fire! https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/beauty/hair/g2906/famous-bald-women-with-shaved-heads/
    • Linda Joy
      https://www.essence.com/hair/black-women-bald-heads http://www.thecut.com/2013/02/21-most-badass-bald-moments-in-history/slideshow/ http://www.stylecraze.com/articles/bold-bald-beautiful/
    • FishyFish
      I'll be honest, I don't care about her hair as long as she has other features I like.
  • No problem since my hair's all there and not a sign of grey.
    • Linda Joy
      Give it time young one!
  • I'm thinking about getting a tattoo of a hairline.
    • Linda Joy
      Get a tattoo of a man pushing a lawn mower right at your hairline LOL You probably look just fine! Send me a pic I'll be honest with you
    • Azlotto
      I've seen a picture of that lawn mower man.. lol
  • I have my share of both
  • it dont bother rne any
  • Oh well, a touch of grey/ kinda suits you anyway / That was all I had to say if / it's alright. --The Grateful Dead "Touch of Grey" (1987)
  • In my case nobody knows about the first because of the second!
  • Getting gray hair is okay. However, I used to stress about going bald which I first noticed about 40 years ago. I'm now 70-years-old and have lost most of my hair.
  • I stopped coloring my hair two years ago, not knowing what my natural color looked like -- how gray it actually was. I am quite happy with it now. My hairdressers have commented that it looks professionally highlighted, silvery over light brownish/blonde, even though it's not. I love gray hair on men if they have full heads of hair as my husband does. His hair is white now.
  • I'm a redhead. Growing up, I noticed that there were no redheaded men over 30 who were not balding (i.e. very noticeable bald spot). Most of them were > 50% bald. So: by the time I was 20, I was fully expecting to be balding at 30 and bald by 40. In other words: I was already resigned to it and not put off by it. *** Now I am 60 and still no noticeable bald spot. But FINALLY my hair has been noticeably thinning (I probably have about half the thickness that I used to have), and I've gone about 50% silver/white/grey. If I let my beard (which is now mostly white/silver/grey) grow out, I look my age. When clean-shaven I still look much younger. My boss - who is three months younger than me and no relation to me - is often mistaken by customers for my FATHER! For years I was LOOKING FORWARD to my hair doing something that would show my age, whether it was balding or greying.. Now, I can show my age whenever I want just by letting by beard grow for a week or so.
    • Linda Joy
      I was mistaken for my ex's daughter more than once, and he was 6 mos younger than me.

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