Does Stress Play A Role In Hair Turning Gray?

Image: Ty Alexander/Gorgeous in Grey

by Mary Wolff
When you spot that first gray hair, it can be an upsetting experience for most people. This sign of aging can’t be ignored, and it often leads to panic about what’s to come. Some people worry they will just wake up one day with a head full of gray hair seemingly overnight. Other people worry that their constant worrying will lead to more gray hairs. So, does stress play a role in hair turning gray? Let’s take a closer look at this concept.

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NEW Product: Color Gray Hair & Restore Pigment Without Chemicals!

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by Ariane of

No, it’s not henna, indigo or a tea rinse. It’s a brand new product called Hairprint that may revolutionize hair coloring by restoring your hair’s natural pigment by utilizing your own body’s internal chemistry.


Does Plucking One Gray Hair Make More Grow Back?

embrace the gray like our curl friend, Omisade!

by Sabrina Perkins of

This has GOT to be one of the most asked questions in hair and beauty! To pluck, or NOT to pluck? I am talking about gray hairs, you know, those little ones you get around your hairline?  Whether you have a few grays or a ton, you have definitely thought about it, talked about it with a girlfriend or may have even seen your mother doing it. No matter where you stand, the 10 million dollar question remains:

Does plucking a gray hair REALLY make more grow back in its place?


How to Get Rid of Gray Hair, Naturally!

by Sabrina Perkins of

We've discussed the amazing benefits of sweet potatoes for our bodies and hair. Sweet potatoes are loaded with vitamins A, B6, C, D, and E while containing iron, zinc, copper, calcium, potassium, niacin and magnesium. This beauty food is a go-to for hair loss but as sweet as it is, it has some competition for being an asset to our tresses especially for hair loss and restoring graying hair.

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This Ain't Yo Momma's Gray Hair...

a year's worth of growin'!

Omisade writes:

What a difference a year makes, right?  For me, being natural is not hard. 22 years in, I feel like a G for sure---on  most days.  Cutting my hair is not hard,  but navigating my hair through the transition of that "in between" stage can suck. Especially now that the texture and flow of my hair seems different since I am totally gray and 2 years from 50. Gray hair is ORNERY! It's dry, wiry, strong and pretty much likes to free style on a regular. Finding the "right' product and being willing to switch up my regimen has been key. Here's some things that have helped me. 

Janice Is Naturally Glam and Gray!

My name is Janice Cosby Bridges and I am a year natural. I cannot tell you how proud I am of myself! I did the BIG CHOP. I will be 58 years old in October and have had a relaxer since age 11.

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