I've heard that brewer's yeast can help return hair to it's natural color.
Has anyone else heard of this happening?
I use mine almost everyday and drink it too.
But I LIKE my silver hair
As a friend of mine pointed out, gray is for battleships. I am SILVER. :D
I stopped dyeing my long brown hair almost 10 months ago. Luckily, it really turned out to be the prettiest shade of silver and white, a little darker gray mixed in. It seems it goes much better with my skin tone now than when I was dyeing it my natural-born brunette color.
I have been upping my raw intake again. I'm almost afraid that that my hair will start turning dark again, because I think it looks quite interesting at the moment.
sigh...mirror, mirror on the wall
You see, I just colored my grey again for the first time in months. I'd really wanted to see what I look like grey. I liked it - it was in all the right places and I agree about softening our face. But I am sure it made me look older as my face really doesn't look like that of many 63 year olds. The cut is so important. Right now it is perfect. But what I will do next time I'm at the hairdresser - well, you never know! Besides I got lots of compliments this time around, so I figure it must be the color and the cut. Not too many compliments with the grey. Beauty truly is in the eye of the beholder. Many loved my hair dark brown with red tones and long and then when I cut it off a couple of years ago - a few said it made me look so much younger however, I am only now getting compliments again. Who knows why? Not me.:D