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Creo que uno de los miedos más grandes de cualquier mujer –además de las arrugas– es cuando aparecen nuestras primeras canas. Y sí, la reacción inmediata es arrancarlas o correr al salón de belleza para hacernos un tinte y regresar a nuestro color natural.

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Pero hoy te tenemos una muy buena noticia: ¡las canas están de moda!, leíste bien. Y es que cada vez creamos mayor conciencia para aprender a querernos tal y cual somos sin miedo a envejecer. De hecho creemos que el aceptar el color blanco en nuestra melena es una forma muy efectiva de darle la bienvenida –sin temor alguno– a nuestros cumpleaños.

“I was a naturally dark brunette and had found my first greys at age 14, had to start dying my hair age 16 as there were too many to pull out! Once I became pregnant I decided to stop; I haven’t dyed my hair since July 2016. No one thinks it’s real and keep asking me where I got it done this colour; loving it! 😁 Thank you for keeping up my motivation to maintain it!” @linzilegs #grombre #gogrombre

2,391 Likes, 108 Comments – Going grey with (grohm)(bray) (@grombre) on Instagram: “”I was a naturally dark brunette and had found my first greys at age 14, had to start dying my hair…”

Y claro, no debemos olvidar que no importa envejecer siempre y cuando se haga con dignidad, así que si quieres dejarte las canas no tengas miedo, solamente asegúrate de que tu melena se vea bien, con brillo y cuidada.

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De hecho, últimamente es más común ver en redes sociales a celebs y editoras de revistas apostando por este look –con mucho orgullo– de lo más original. Un gran ejemplo es Sarah Harris, editora de Vogue Inglaterra.

¿Conclusión? Ya no es necesario que escondas tus canas, pues realmente ¿quién dijo que no se veían bien? Sólo es cuestión de encontrar inspiración ¡y atreverte a llevarlas!.

Thinking about “the chop” and need some inspiration? @saltandpepperpixie has you covered. #grombre #gogrombre

1,112 Likes, 32 Comments – Going grey with (grohm)(bray) (@grombre) on Instagram: “Thinking about “the chop” and need some inspiration? @saltandpepperpixie has you covered. #grombre…”

“5 months in. It takes some courage to walk around in a small town. You have to keep the right perspective and remember the goal. Maybe some day I can even inspire someone else to go natural. It is a very exciting journey. Sooo good to find support and inspiration from places like grombre” @angelikasverdrup #grombre #gogrombre

1,320 Likes, 50 Comments – Going grey with (grohm)(bray) (@grombre) on Instagram: “”5 months in. It takes some courage to walk around in a small town. You have to keep the right…”

“I started going grey around puberty. I remember clearly throughout middle/high school people would comment with sudden surprise “you have grey hair!” as though it were something to be shocked about – admittedly it might have been a bit strange for a 13 year old to have any silver but hindsight is 20/20 – and as a young girl, I took that as something I needed to be ashamed about, something I needed to hide, so I started dying my hair and would forget about it until a few weeks later as my roots grew in. And then back to the dye. In December 2015 I had a moment in which I was thinking about the importance of authenticity and realized that although I more or less show up as authentically me I can be, I still wasn’t 100% there. I decided to stop the dye and let my truth come through. I feel more me than I have in years. It’s been a journey, and I find that I love it more and more every day. I even inspired my grandmother to stop dying and embrace her grey!” @laeudaimoniaart #grombre #gogrombre

1,928 Likes, 46 Comments – Going grey with (grohm)(bray) (@grombre) on Instagram: “”I started going grey around puberty. I remember clearly throughout middle/high school people would…”