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Ombre τέλος: Η νέα τάση στα μαλλιά λέγεται Grombre – Αφήστε τη ρίζα σας γκρι

Το trend των γκρίζων μαλλιών είναι ένα απελευθερωτικό στιλ προκειμένου κάποιες γυναίκες να αλλάξουν τα πρότυπα ομορφιάς που επιβάλλει η βιομηχανία της μόδας και να αποδείξουν πως τα φυσικά γκρίζα μαλλιά έχουν τη γοητεία τους…

Η μόδα τα τελευταία χρόνια έχει στραφεί προς την απλότητα, την κομψότητα και έχει κάνει focus στην φυσική ομορφιά της γυναίκας ακόμη και στα μαλλιά που σταδιακά γκριζάρουν.  Ίσως αυτός είναι ένας από τους λόγους που τα γκρίζα μαλλιά είναι μία από τις πιο in-fashion τάσεις.

Οι stars του Hollywood ήταν εκείνες που δοκίμασαν πρώτες την τάση των γκρίζων μαλλιών, αποφασίζοντας να κάνουν τη διαφορά και φυσικά να κλέψουν για άλλη μια φορά την παράσταση. Αξίζει να σημειωθεί ότι όλες σχεδόν οι εταιρείες κομμωτικής έχουν λανσάρει προϊόντα προς αυτή τη νέα μόδα ακόμη και για όσες θέλουν εσκεμμένα να έχουν γκρι τόνους μαλλιών.

Οι εποχές αλλάζουν – Η ομορφιά απομυθοποιείται

«Σκεφτείτε τις ώρες και τα χρήματα που σπαταλάτε στα κομμωτήρια αποδεχόμενες το ‘ταμπού’ που περιβάλλει κάτι απόλυτα φυσιολογικό και φυσικό. Γιατί πρέπει να είναι έτσι τα πράγματα; , αναρωτιέται η 26χρονη Μάρθα Τρούσλοου Σμιθ που αποφάσισε να δημιουργήσει μαι σελίδα στο Instagram, με το όνομα gromble ως ένα μέρος στήριξης και θετικότητας για εκείνες τις γυναίκες που επιλέγουν να πουν όχι στη βαφή μαλλιών.

Δείτε υπέροχες φωτογραφίες με γυναίκες που τόλμησαν το γκρι στα μαλλιά τους

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“My natural gray hair journey started In my early twenties when I began to notice gray hairs popping up right above my eyes in the front. Like everyone else, I saw them, panicked and quickly started dyeing my hair to match the rest. I hated everything about dye – the chemicals, the smell, the stinging and that horrid demarcation – the whole process awful! I began to ask myself why I couldn’t just leave them and wondered why no one did – I mean George Clooney didn’t count. I thought of myself as that fearless girl that could go against the grain buy still took almost ten years to get up the courage. By 35 I was finally sporting my natural brown hair with a thick gray streak in the front. The reaction from others was not exactly what i expected. I heard everything from ‘you should dye your hair or you’ll lose your husband’ to heartfelt sympathies about how sad it was that I had gray at such a young age. I confess I could not take the comments and soon caved. I went back to dying it – this time a JLO blonde to help blend and hide them longer. I told myself I would let myself go gray at a more socially acceptable time like retirement. It wasn't until I started to see pictures of other woman proudly showing off their gray hair, that I realized that I actually really loved the way it looked. The woman in the pictures were proud, there was no shame and I began to feel inspired to follow the same path and show others that gray hair is beautiful and vibrant. I took the plunge, stopped dying, cut it to a short bob and started the transition. Now, dye almost completely gone, I feel great and free. No looking back and truly happy to be showing off this part of me. My hair is a symbol of my own growth and self acceptance. It reminds me that it’s important to love yourself; bare, vulnerable and strong. Beauty comes in so many wonderful and unique ways. Your posts helped me realize that.” @caro_ximenita #grombre #gogrombre

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“I want to a Rexall drugstore looking for a specific leave in curl conditioner, the salesperson misunderstood and took me to the hair color isle? He automatically assumed I was looking for hair colour to cover my “glitter”. Rocking grey hair at times can be amazing because so many are in awe that I don’t color. Others times it can be disheartening when someone has the audacity to tell me I should colour. Social media tells us, especially women that we are only beautiful if we look a certain way, and that’s YOUNG. JusT this week a well known 50 years old French author, Yang Moix, claimed that women over 50 were "invisible" and "too old" to date, he may have received received furious criticism over his statement, but this kind of talk makes women want to do everything in their power to keep up the fight against aging. There’s no reason that a man’s natural aging process should make him look distinguished, while we women look like we’ve given up! Embrace every strand, as a power towards aging gracefully and owing your crown of glorious wisdom. Happy 2019!” @angierehal #grombre #gogrombre

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“I found my first gray hair at age 16 (actually – my sister found it). I would try and pull them out when I was in college, but I couldn’t keep up there was always another two or three that would pop up. I saw how my mom had to have regular appointments to color her gray, and I knew I wouldn’t be able to afford doing that. I had always responded to people’s comments about my gray hair that “I will color it when I can keep it up.” But now, it is just who I am, and I have no desire to cover that up. My hair gets noticed by people of all ages and races and do you know what they say? In the words of the pharmacy tech tonight, “You know your hair is beautiful, right? Don’t change it. It is gorgeous.” And unlike other compliments I might get, I completely agree with them.” @britbritster #grombre #gogrombre

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