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Letting nature take its course: it can be a grey area

One of the silver linings over lockdown for many was the chance to let their hair go grey naturally. Arlene Harris speaks to two women who embraced the decision

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Decision: Catriona Davis enlisted the help of her hairdresser to go grey naturally

Decision: Catriona Davis enlisted the help of her hairdresser to go grey naturally

Anna Hamill has decided to stop dyeing her hair and just enjoy its natural tones. She noticed her first grey hair when she was in her twenties

Anna Hamill has decided to stop dyeing her hair and just enjoy its natural tones. She noticed her first grey hair when she was in her twenties

Anna Hamill has decided to stop dyeing her hair and just enjoy its natural tones. She noticed her first grey hair when she was in her twenties

Anna Hamill has decided to stop dyeing her hair and just enjoy its natural tones. She noticed her first grey hair when she was in her twenties

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Decision: Catriona Davis enlisted the help of her hairdresser to go grey naturally

During the lockdown, we all took our eyes off the ball when it came to daily grooming — heels and smart suits were ditched in favour of trackie bottoms and slippers, carefully applied make-up was replaced with a dab of moisturiser and a slick of lip balm. And when it came to our hairstyles, with hairdressers closed for months, locks became unruly and grey roots more apparent.

But while many waited with bated breath for their first salon appointment so they could ‘finally have a proper hairdo again’, some decided that it wasn’t worth the effort of regular visits to the hairdresser to keep greys covered and are now embracing the natural look.


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