Grey Hair.

Grey hair is preferred by most men to no hair. And I leave those worthies who dye their hair to retain a youthful look out of this post.

grey hair


And I think that a combination of grey hair and no hair beats everything in sight.
sean connery

Tammy and I are biased.

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25 Responses to Grey Hair.

  1. Looks good to me! Strangely enough, I have very few grey hairs. But the brown ones are a lot thinner than they used to be. 🙂
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  2. shackman says:

    I am of the opinion that men who are bald look better sans hair than with wigs or comb overs. That’s the way they were meant to look. Easy for me to say with a full head of hair though,
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  3. Looney says:

    Grizamalliaphobia (the fear of grey hair) should be a crime punishable by flogging in the town square. Instead, what was formerly honored is now treated with scorn. Unfortunately my hair seems to be the same as CM’s. Can I dye it grey?
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  4. I leave the outside of my head the way it is — balding and greying and gracefully growing old. Concerned more with what is inside..
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  5. Big John says:

    I’ll go along with that … 🙂

  6. wisewebwoman says:

    My hair is a mix I really like, grey, white, red, brown and the odd bit of blonde. I don’t understand people who dye and bleach all the time, they say some of those chemicals seep into the brain. I guess age-defying is important for some. A female friend of mine was telling me recently that in her age-group (60+) you can be fired if you don’t look younger so she supplements everywhere. In terror. Unwritten laws of employment. Ageism has to stop.
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  7. tammy j says:

    way to go sean!
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  8. Gabbygeezer says:

    I favor the “gray-no” combination, and even shave some scruffy stuff off the top to enhance the bald part.
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  9. Cathy in NZ says:

    I’ve got glitter, of the silver kind – very fetching I’m told…but then again I changed my hair cut a couple of months ago and most people find that fetching as well 🙂

  10. nick says:

    As you know, my hair is still almost entirely brown even at the ripe old age of 68. Strange, as my father went grey in his fifties. I wouldn’t mind being grey but I would hate to be bald. Not a look I admire at all.
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  11. Maxi says:

    The second photo reminds me of my David. We were surprised that the chemo treatments didn’t rob him of what little hair he had. Nope, he kept it till the end.
    blessings ~ maxi
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  12. Men look “distinguished” with gray hair. Women are led to believe they merely look “old.” I was determined to go gray gracefully, but like CM, my hair’s more of a dirty blonde – it just looks a bit dull, not silver or white. So I dye it. I did have it colored to match the roots, but when the roots failed to go gray as quickly as I’d thought they were doing, I dyed it back to auburn again. Auburn’s much more fun. The really amusing thing is that it brings out my Scottish heritage and people think it looks more natural with my skin color than my natural blonde did! 😀
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  13. Anna says:

    Strange thing, I always liked bold men. even when I was young. On Sean Connery and yourself the combination of grey hair and some boldness looks good. But you are lucky, you two.

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