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I was on the fence at age 38 about whether to continue to color or just let my grey grow in & this book helped by providing support for every concern I had. Read morePublished 8 hours ago by bbrownlee
This as an e book. I never received the link was never able to read it or access it. I will never order e books again from here.Published 2 months ago by JBlueSky
I am a 37 year old woman who has now decided to stop dying. I began graying in my 20s but thought nothing of it since I dyed frequently. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Marteena Martinez
To every woman considering the brave step of going to your natural grey - AND to their hairdressers:
READ THIS BOOK! Read more
I was in the process of trying to find a hair colorist in my areas of the Midwest. I was getting it done at a well know NYC establishment whenever I would visit my daughter, until... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Terice Goeller
A fascinating look at the way society judges women with gray hair, and yet, it still inspires one to have the courage to go gray. Loved it!Published 13 months ago by corngirl
I went back to this book twice. Once before I worked up the nerve to stop coloring my hair and a few years later as I finally did it to see if I had a better opinion than the first... Read morePublished 13 months ago by one girls opinion
I bought this book almost two years ago when I decided to go grey, but still wanted to look fashionable and not like I had given up on my appearance. Read morePublished 16 months ago by mystified