Sorry to disappoint everyone, this blog entry is not about the sultry, uninhibited sexual explorations from the book with the same title, I am talking about hair color.
My hair turned grey in my thirties. I have salt and pepper hair (like the dude in this picture) and always dyed them back to black trying to look youthful and fresh. After I moved to NYC, I gradually stopped dying my hair black (well, the truth was that I couldn’t find a NYC stylist dying my hair) so I wore my hair in this grey color loud and proud.
I have received many compliments about my salt and pepper hair so it is comforting knowing that I made the right choice keeping my natural color hues. It is also interesting to know that hair product companies also manufacturing “grey” dye so guys can look like a hot silver fox. Even the ladies from Hollywood are sporting this trend looking regal and sophisticated.
I think it is time to embrace individuality included sporting grey hair. Having grey hair doesn’t mean I am old; I am simply mature and have more life experience. Plus, Elliot, my adorable yorkie, also looks amazing in a few shades of grey. Woof …