This is a post to the older generation. The grey ladies mainly. You gentlemen may enter into this post if you want to but that probably would mean very few. OK ladies I want to give you some peace of mind, the ability to sit back and give a great big sigh. How you ask, can I do that. Forget that color on your hair. For almost 45 years I have put color on my hair. I was getting prematurely grey in my 20s. I would worry about “the grey showing” and the more I colored the more I hated to have to go through all that trouble. Then all of a sudden I found that the more I colored the more it made me feel dizzy to spend all that time upside down rinsing the color off, then the soap, etc. I see several spots of dark brown color in my bathroom where it should not be and it makes me mad. Finally one day about 3 months ago I said to my beauty operator, to give me a short haircut (my hair is naturally curly) and lets get that color out. It didn’t take as long as I thought and it didn’t look bad being a “little bit dark and a little bit light”. I cannot believe just how white I really am. It is beautiful and now my beautician puts a little mousse (Chocolate Kiss) and my hair looks a little like it has been streaked. It is so pretty I can’t believe I didn’t do this years ago. Also think of the money I will save not having to purchase color. My daughter wasn’t the happiest person with grey but who cares and my son just never even mentioned it. If you have been knocking the thought around and can’t decide, well GO FOR IT.
“To color or not to color…..”
Welcome to my personal blog. I decided I wanted to give my thoughts and words to the world and hope they have some meaning and memories to grandparents (and others) everywhere. I am retired (35.5 years with the …..), mother of two and grandmother of five. My maiden name was Scaling and I was married to Tilford N. Tucker (see post “the words say it all” ). I raised and put two great children through college so I have a lot of experiences to build on. After retirement I became a webmaster (working for my son) for some of our family websites. Here is my “about me” page.
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