When I was in the midst of my corporate career, I felt a lot of pressure to continue to dye my hair. My thinking, at the time, was that, in order to be taken seriously, I needed to avoid any associations with getting older.

Now that I am in my mid-60s, I have to admit that the prospect of letting my hair go grey naturally is increasingly appealing. I’m sure that many women my age feel the same.

In a strange way, after so many years of fighting to keep my hair colored just the way I liked it, I’m not even sure where to start when it comes to the discussion of going grey. My blond hair has simply become a part of my identity – as a professional and as a woman.

To help the other women in the community who may also be on the fence about letting their hair go grey, I wanted to turn to the other members of the community who have already made the leap. I hope you will join the conversation and answer a few of our questions.

First, there are emotional issues. If you have let your hair go grey, I’d love to hear what your experience was like? Was your grey hair what you expected? Were their aspects of going grey that you were pleasantly surprised by? Were there elements that were worse than you expected?

Second, on a practical level, I’d love to hear your tips for going grey. What one thing do you wish someone else had told you before you went grey? What shampoo, conditioner and other products do you use to keep your beautiful hair shiny and healthy?

Let’s start a conversation! Do you already have grey hair? If so, please take a few seconds to answer any of the questions in this article. Maybe you’ll convince a few of us to make the switch! Are you thinking about going grey? What’s holding you back? Please feel free to ask the other women in our community about their experience with going grey.


Here’s an interview that I recorded with a professional makeup artist about how to make your makeup work perfectly with your beautiful grey hair. I hope you enjoy it!

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