Os cabelos brancos quando aparecem, principalmente no início, trazem uma preocupação que afeta não apenas as mulheres, mas também os homens.

Quando aparece o primeiro fio de cabelo, a reação de decepção prevalece em muitos que vivem esse momento transformando em um drama. Após essa primeira descoberta, você se sentirá obrigado a pintar o cabelo para esconder o cabelo branco! Todo mês ou a cada 15 dias você corre no cabeleireiro para retocar o cabelo, e pintá-lo novamente.

Mas, nos últimos anos, muitas mulheres, especialmente Mulheres Maduras que vivem com cabelos grisalhos há anos, decidiram se libertar da escravidão da cor e da tintura. Assim como cortar os cabelos curtos é um gesto libertador, não tingir também é. Para avançar em direção a de cabelo natural, também estão as tendências de cores de cabelos que aumentaram a beleza dos cabelos grisalhos.

Os cabeleireiros oferecem cores que apresentam cabelos grisalhos com reflexos prateados. Com o apoio dessa tendência, muitas mulheres se sentiram mais livres e confiantes para exibir seus cabelos brancos naturais, sem medo do julgamento de outras pessoas.

O movimento positivo do corpo convida você a aceitar seu corpo e aparência, um aviso recebido por muitas mulheres em todo o mundo. O cabelo branco também é um componente central do aspecto feminino e aceitá-lo é um passo importante.

Em uma conta no Instagram, as mulheres se uniram para compartilhar suas fotos e testemunhos que motivam o motivo pelo qual escolheram recuperar um cabelo natural.

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“I found my first grey when I was 18 and was devastated. For over 10 years I continued to spend lots of time and LOTS of money making sure to hide my roots every 4 weeks. It became exhausting. I came across the grey hair movement on Instagram and noticed so many young women my age embracing their beautiful silver hair. I wasn’t sure how mine would look since I never truly gave it a chance. Last year I decided to let it grow and I freakin loved it. After 4 months of grow out, I went to a salon to dye the rest to match my roots and unfortunately- she ended up covering up and bleaching my natural grow out. So I had to start over (with the help of another wonderful stylist). It’ll be a year in July and everyday I’m amazed at how beautiful I feel with my grey. I do get impatient sometimes but the combination of being pregnant and stuck in lock down- it’s been the perfect time to just ride the wave. Going grey is teaching me patience, everyday. It’s making me realize the ideals of beauty CAN evolve and grow and change. I don’t feel I look any older than I am. Soon I’ll be 30 and a mom and a woman who feels confident in my own skin. And that’s truly thanks to you and this beautiful community of grey haired beauties. Now it’s time to get my mom on board!” @audreykateg #grombre #gogrombre #grombabe

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Nada, nem um cabelo consegue tirar a beleza de uma mulher que se ama!

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“Today is my 2-year of ditching the dye anniversary! This little picture is specially dedicated to all the women hesitating before taking that decision, or the women struggling during the transition and who'd like to know what a 2-year "silver growth" might look like. It's both an extremely long and extremely short process 😁😉. To keep a memory of this special day, a picture with my mom who has come visit me for a few days 😍. She's my main hair inspiration (and so much more!) and for the occasion, we've put on some red lipstick (we both never put on makeup) to rock this picture a little bit more! I had posted a similar #silvermotherdaughter picture about two years ago already. Time flies!!! 😱" @ninamourette #grombre #gogrombre

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Extremamente perfeito!

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“How did I do it? How did I become so okay with going gray? – these are the questions I've been regularly asked. Now, after I've reached one year of going gray, my transition seems so natural and so right, I own it, I don't notice people staring at me anymore (whether they stopped doing so or I stopped looking for their stares). But I still remember the beginning: vulnerable, caring too much about what others say, disliking my reflexion in the mirror, feeling old and ugly. Oh, I would dye my hair immediately at those unconfident times! And I did! After 4 months of growing out!!! I dyed my hair, but the euphoria disappeared too fast – a couple of days after the dye, when my white roots started glimpsing in the sun… That was when I realized there was no way back and re-started growing out. I could keep on self-critisizing or try to find beauty in my transformation. The choice was too obvious for me. I must say that documenting the progress, taking a lot of selfies, trying new hairstyles, changing haircare and my blog helped me greatly to feel confident about my decision, have fun and start to really love my colors! And I enjoy my new hobby – playing with my demarcation line and experimenting with various hairdos! I think that most of our struggles while going gray origin from our self-perception. I often hear that I have beautiful colors in my hair, but a while ago the same colors seemed very ugly to me. So, ladies in struggle, give yourself some time to get used to the new look, to figure it out how to play with hairstyles during the transition, to meet the new YOU on those selfies! And remember that gray hair doesn't make you old or ugly, it makes you look unique with the hair color that no dye can replicate!” @gray_feels_great #grombre #gogrombre #grombabe

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É incrível como o branco ilumina o rosto delas!

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“All about my own natural balance. In the mirror, I started feeling doubt of my coloured hair. My face was naturally ageing but my hair was clinging to some artificial youth. However I repeated retouching roots. I knew I wanted to stop colouring sooner or later, but one reason stopped me to change the course. I was scared to look older. Last Spring I saw someone close to me taken up to the sky before reaching the age of 50. Instantly my perspectives had shifted, I am not afraid of ageing. Suddenly the reasons to repeat colouring my hair disappeared. It’s clearly to see two choices in the hair salon ‘repeat or evolve’. I chose to evolve. Now one year has gone, I have started loving my natural self. One simple act that stopped me fighting nature, stop altering myself made me to embrace my age. Before this transition, I was thinking my appearance was fading but now I feel it is softening that makes my natural hair with silver sparkles become well balanced. In the mirror, I see honesty. I am on the way to a better version of myself. This year I become the age that my mother was forever. My mindset is better placed to stepping into this special phase in my life and beyond. My grombre journey is all about well-being, helping me develop a positive attitude towards natural ageing deep inside and sparkling grey hair encourages me to increase my confidence. This grombre journey has become a doorway to my evolution inside and out.” @greyflowsgraceful #grombre #gogrombre #grombabe

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Perfeitas não é mesmo! O que vocês acham do cabelo branco?

O texto foi publicado no site Ogni Giorno Magazine, traduzido e adaptado por nós!

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