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La bellezza delle donne con i capelli bianchi viene celebrata su Instagram

Le donne di oggi rivendicano i loro capelli bianchi naturali con orgoglio e sicurezza, svincolandosi così dalla pratica di tingersi per nasconderli

I capelli bianchi, soprattutto precoci, sono una preoccupazione che ormai interessa non solo le donne ma anche gli uomini.

Di fronte al primo capello canuto la reazione di disappunto prevale in molte che vivono quel momento come un dramma. Così dopo quella prima scoperta ci si sente obbligate a tingersi i capelli per nascondere i capelli bianchi.

L’appuntamento con il parrucchiere oppure il ricorso alle tinture casalinghe diventa una sorta di rituale obbligatorio.

Ma negli ultimi anni molte donne, soprattutto mature che da anni convivono con la chioma incanutita, hanno deciso di svincolarsi dalla schiavitù della tinta.

Così come tagliare i capelli corti è un gesto liberatorio, lo è anche non tingersi più. A spingere verso un hairlook naturale sono anche le tendenze colore capelli che hanno valorizzato la bellezza dei grey hair.

Da diverse stagioni gli hairstylist propongono delle colorazioni che vedono per protagonisti i capelli grigi dai riflessi argentati.

Con l’appoggio di questa tendenza, molte donne si sono sentite più libere e sicure di sfoggiare i loro capelli bianchi naturali senza temere il giudizio degli altri.

La società moderna è tornata ad esaltare la differenza e la naturalezza delle donne contro i vecchi canoni troppo rigidi e discriminatori.

Il movimento body positive invita ad accettare il proprio corpo ed aspetto, un monito accolto da tante donne in tutto il mondo. Anche i capelli bianchi sono una componente centrale dell’aspetto femminile ed accettarli è un passo importante.

Su un account Instagram, le donne si sono unite per condividere le loro foto e testimonianze che motivano il perché hanno scelto di riappropriarsi di un hairlook naturale.

Seguono i 12 scatti tra più suggestivi di queste testimonial della chioma grey raccolte sull’account Grombe.

Le testimonianze personali delle donne con i capelli bianchi

1) In questo scatto rubano lo sguardo i riflessi silver della giovane donna che confessa che ha scoperto il suo primo capello bianco a 18 anni. Così dopo i primi capelli bianchi ha deciso di tingersi per nasconderli ma ora si è liberata da quella schiavitù.

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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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2) Un’altra testimonianza femminile rivela il suo timore iniziale quando ha preso la sua decisione di non tingersi:

All’inizio ero molto spaventata di farmi crescere i capelli bianchi”.

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“I grew up in a family where generation after generation, the women were blessed to look younger than their age, so I never really gave much thought towards going grey. Sporting dreadlocks at the age of 40, I was preparing to move out of the U.S. for a job opportunity, when a friend brought to my attention that I had “grey bits” that needed dying and offered to pay for the coloring as my going away gift. So for “fun” I took her up on it. Soon after arriving in the country I started working as a singer and felt I had to keep up with the coloring. It became a horrible burden and my locks became dry and brittle. I also faced a situation I never imagined that would be an issue: attracting the wrong type of people and not being respected because I looked younger. I was proud of my age and had no problem embracing it. With the advice of an African beautician, I cut off my damaged dreads and stopped dying my hair and I have never looked back. It’s funny, living in a country where the women are really displeased with grey hair and most are into coloring, don't really notice my grey. I think it's because I've come to see and enjoy the natural beauty of mine. It's liberating and makes me happy.” @teresapolkova #grombre #gogrombre #grombabe

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3) Davvero tenero lo scatto in cui una figlia ed una mamma si abbracciano sorridendo mentre sfoggiano i loro capelli naturali grigi e totalmente bianchi.

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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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4) Il sorriso radioso di questa donna ribadisce la sua sicurezza dovuta alla piena accettazione del suo aspetto ecco perché non si tinge più i capelli.

5) Questa donna indossa una maglia con la scritta “Silver Style” a conferma dell’accettazione dei propri capelli bianchi.

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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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6) Anche in questo scatto i capelli dallo stile grey vengono rivendicati con una maglia sulla quale campeggia la scritta “Salt & pepper on top”.

Altri scatti social che celebrano le chiome naturali

7) La donna con i suoi luminosi capelli bianchi rivela: “Sono nata con 1 capello bianco. Da adolescente avevo già i capelli davanti grigi, mentre quelli dietro la nuca erano ancora marrone/neri. Mi sono tinta i capelli fino a 40 anni, poi ho deciso che non mi importava più nulla di quello che avrebbero pensato di me”.

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“I was born with 1 grey hair. By the time I was a teenager I had grey hair at the front, black/brown at the back. I use to dye it constantly till I reached 40. Then it was like a light bulb went off. I suddenly didn't care what anyone thought of me. I danced at parties for the first time in my life, I didn't care if I was overweight. I didn't care if my hair was Grey/white. I embraced me. I stopped dyeing my hair. Suddenly I felt free to be me. My only regret was waiting so long. I have had strangers come up to me in the street asking about my hair. I have even had random strangers start stroking my hair,like they are memorised. My hair is white at the front and salt and pepper at the back. And I would not have it any other way.” @2manyfish #grombre #gogrombre

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8) Una foto che testimonia una fierezza affascinante, la protagonista a quanto pare ha superato qualsiasi tipo di imbarazzo e sfoggia i suoi capelli bianchi con disinvoltura.

9) Anche in questa testimonianza si ribadisce la scelta di non tingersi più come ribadito dal commento:

“Il mio volto invecchiava e i miei capelli tinti sembravano decisamente artificiali”.

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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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10) Invece la protagonista di questo scatto social è una ragazza che non si tinge i capelli da 9 mesi. Dopo aver superato i timori iniziali adesso si sente più libera e più sicura.

11) Questa donna prima di decidere per un look naturale era spaventava, ma ora va fiera della sua chioma argentata. Nel suo commento svela che a nessuno importava di che colore avesse i capelli, la sua famiglia e suo marito la amano per quella che è.

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“I have always been a hat and beanie kind of girl, never one to love my hair. On my birthday, this year, I decided to fulfill a bucket list item of shaving my head. I remember my husband’s words clearly, ‘Look at all of the silver and white you have,’ as he helped me buzz off years of henna dyed hair. My heart began pounding and I was literally shaking, as the fear of looking old overwhelmed me. I had every intention of dying my hair back. I began reflecting on all of the hours spent monthly on home dying my hair. I thought about what my family and friends would think of me, not only now buzzed, but very gray. I then turned to the internet and found the beautiful community of grombre. I needed those stories and strong female faces to help me feel comforted and normal. Once I started talking about going gray more with husband and family, I realized that no one really cared about the color of my hair. What is important is keeping your head up and smiling through this life – and that is what I hope to inspire others to do🤍” @mandalamotrix #grombre #gogrombre #grombabe

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12) Un’altra testimonianza segnala la riconquista della propria libertà: “Mi sono tinta i capelli per 24 anni, sin da quando ho scoperto il primo capello bianco a 16 anni. Ora sono così felice di non dovermi più preoccupare dei miei capelli”.

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