50+ Gorgeous Long Gray Hair Photos to Inspire You
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Inside: Long gray hair inspiration, hairstyles & haircare tips!
When I was a little girl in the 1970s, I was dazzled by my sister’s godmother.
She was beautiful and glamorous. I couldn’t wait to grow up and be like her: slender, with platform shoes and long, feathered hair.
My babysitters were the same: tall girls, with light-blue eyeshadow, thin eyebrows, and long Farrah Fawcett hair. I always had short hair as a kid, so I was fascinated by their voluminous locks.
The 1970s were all about hair, and since I was little back then, it really imprinted on my brain that long hair was the epitome of beauty.
Now I’m 53, and sporting long hair, but it’s not the black hair I was born with. Instead, it’s gloriously gray!
I stopped dyeing my hair in 2018 after 25+ years of coloring. My natural hair is now silver on top and black underneath. You can’t get this color from a bottle, and I wish I hadn’t fought it for so long.
It took me over 2 years to grow out the dye to shoulder length, but it was worth it – my hair is healthier than ever before, and I absolutely love the way it looks.
LONG GRAY HAIR IS GORGEOUS AT ANY AGE
Unfortunately, that old 1950’s mindset that a woman over 40 MUST have short hair is still going strong.
And the majority of women over 40 dye their hair, so you can imagine the type of pushback women get when they decide to go gray with long hair.
It doesn’t stop there: Young women are told they shouldn’t go gray because they’re too young, and older women are told they shouldn’t go gray because they’ll look older than their age.
And women of all ages who are growing out their gray hair get told that they must cut it or risk looking like a witch, or a crone, or Granny from “The Beverly Hillbillies.”
It’s time to throw out those outdated, sexist AND ageist notions and admit that women of any age can wear whatever hairstyle or hair color they so desire.
Check out the photos below and you’ll see how long, naturally silver hair is beautiful at any age!
Note: All of the Instagram and other photos on this site are used with permission. Please show your support to these awesome gray hair influencers by following them on social media. You’ll be inspired, I promise. ❤️
LONG GRAY HAIRSTYLES
What’s so wonderful about long hair is that it’s so versatile. You can wear it up, wear it down, wear it in braids, curl it or keep it straight.
STRAIGHT LONG GREY HAIR
Gray hair (or silver hair, which is my preferred term) looks gorgeous straight as that really shows off its shimmery, tinsel-like tones.
When you are thinking about growing out your grays, you may get told that your texture is going to change… that your hair will be coarse or wiry.
While that may be true for some women, in general, that’s just one of many gray hair myths. The majority of women I’ve spoken to are thrilled to find that their natural silver hair grows in smooth and shiny.
It’s a great bonus to ditching the dye!
Straight long silver hair is gorgeous on its own, but if you want to change things up a bit, think about adding layers or bangs:
LAYERED GRAY HAIRSTYLES
Some women find that their hair thins a bit as they get older. Layers are a great way to add volume and movement to thinning hair.
If your hair is thick, on the other hand, layers can remove weight.
Jin’s thick, long salt & pepper hair looks fantastic with this layered cut:
And Erica’s and Leigh’s layers provide movement and wave:
Some of us have cowlicks in the middle of our forehead that make it difficult to get bangs to behave, but if you can make it work, gray bangs are a great look!
WAVY LONG GRAY HAIR
Sometimes it’s fun to wear your hair straight, and other times call for gorgeous long silver waves.
Make sure to check out the long gray hair tips at the end of this article to find a super-easy method of getting waves!
CURLY LONG GRAY HAIR
A lot of women find that, once they’ve ditched the dye, they also want to embrace their naturally curly hair.
Can you blame them? Look how gorgeous their naturally gray curls are!
Many silver sisters swear by the Curly Girl Method when they embrace their natural curls (or a modified version of it).
If your curls are coming out lifeless or frizzy, you can also check out this awesome course that helps you achieve gorgeous curls: Fabulous Curls Made Easy by Delilah Orphi.
LONG GRAY HAIR IN BRAIDS AND BUNS
If you’re dexterous and have long enough hair, how about braids? There’s something super magical about silver braids, don’t you agree?
One cool bonus of braiding long white or gray hair (or putting it in a bun) is that our graying patterns are so unique, and these hairstyle’s really show off those patterns!
Carla, aka @silvergirlmx, sports an assortment of dazzling grey braids and buns on her Instagram channel. And she offers fantastic tutorials on YouTube if you want to try these yourself!
And @jjmua rocks an assortment of buns and updos on her Instagram channel:
LONG GREY HAIR AND GLASSES
Sometimes long hair can overwhelm your face a bit, so statement glasses really are a great way to draw attention to your eyes:
HOW TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR LONG GRAY HAIR
Gray hair is not particularly high-maintenance, but there are things that you can do to help it look its best.
AIR DRY YOUR HAIR WHEN POSSIBLE
The most important thing you can do is to be very careful with heat products: flat irons, hot brushes, curling irons and blow dryers can turn gray hair yellow.
To protect your hair from heat damage, try to air dry your hair when possible:
After showering, wrap your hair up in a t-shirt towel and leave it on for 10-15 minutes. For extra shine, and to tame flyaways, add a little bit of hairdresser’s oil to your damp hair.
If you want to add some waves to your hair, try putting your damp hair up in space buns!
Divide your damp hair into two sections, twist it into space buns, secure with bobby pins, and let it air dry for 2-3 hours. Once your hair is relatively dry, remove the bobby pins, use your fingers to shake out your hair, and enjoy your beautiful waves!
Don’t have time to air-dry your hair? No problem!
USE HOT TOOLS WITH CAUTION
You can use hot tools, but you should still wrap your hair up in a turban or t-shirt towel for 10-15 minutes to try to get as much of the water out as possible.
Then, spray your beautiful gray locks with a thermal protectant and turn your hot tool to LOW to keep from damaging your natural silver hair.
My favorite hot tool is the Revlon One-Step but I only use it on Low because it gets SUPER-HOT!
USE PURPLE SHAMPOO – SPARINGLY
If, despite all precautions, you find that you do have unwanted yellow tones in your hair, you can always try a purple shampoo.
Just try not to use purple shampoo more than once a week, as it can be very drying. Always follow up with a deep conditioner afterward. If you have time, leave it on for up to 30 minutes.
MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A SUPPORTIVE HAIRDRESSER
One of the best things about long hair is that you don’t need to get your hair cut as frequently. But when do you go to the salon, you don’t want to be shamed for your choice to wear your gray hair long (or for having long hair after a certain age).
If you don’t have a supportive hairdresser yet, check out these tips on how to find one. And then check out my Gray-Friendly Salon Directory to find a salon near you.
If you can’t find a salon in that directory (it’s growing all the time, but still relatively new), see if you have an Aveda salon in your area. They tend to be gray-friendly, although it doesn’t hurt to ask!
I hope these pictures have convinced you that long gray hair is gorgeous at any age and at any stage. If long hair isn’t for you, I’ll be doing features on Medium-Length and Short Hairstyles. as well, soon!
Have any questions? Let me know in the comments!
Why and How to Go Grey with Long Hair
How to Keep Gray Hair from Turning Yellow
What to Do If You Hate Your Gray Hair
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Thank you! I left it all behind at 40 as a gift to myself. I’m 48 now. I’ll never go back. Though sometimes I fantasize about adding a streak of purple or blue or something fun like that… My hubby calls me silver fox… It’s inspiring too how teenagers come up and ask me how to get my look. I always have to tell them they just have to wait patiently and do nothing. I’m going in for a trim this week, which is how I landed on your site- was looking for picture of long grey hair. Was not disappointed. As always, beauty is more than hair – confidence shows. Thanks for keeping this site.
I just saw your post and Love the beautiful women, the beautiful silver hair and the confidence on their faces. I admit I am jealous! I am 59 and only have silver around my forehead and temples. I even keep trying to ask my husband and coworkers to see and confirm the silver that I think are in my crown area on top of my head LOL!! Like the others, I have colored and highlighted my hair for quite some time, but I adore even the small amount of silver I am seeing.
Thanks for the Beauty and Encouragement!
Hip Hip Hooray! Great site. While all the ladies are photogenic and beautiful their hair is equally so. Love that you have embraced the ” not necessary to cut drastic” philosophy as I found that short hair cuts required just as many visits to the salon for maintenance as coloring did. I also found that long salt and pepper hair was easier when traveling. One could always look good with an updo even after a swim. Mahalo from Hawaii “the land of long hula hair”
Hi, Roni! You are so right about the maintenance – one of the reasons I love long hair is because I hate wasting hours in a salon chair. I go to the salon 3x a year now – it’s heaven! xo Katie
These are such pretty long hairstyles. Keep posting.
Thank you for this article; it is an outstanding inspiration to me. I am 69 years old and stopped coloring my hair months ago, but still lack confidence in my new look. My hair is just past my shoulders and I do take the time to properly style and use highly ratedproducts . I can still hear my mom saying – you can’t keep that long hair forever, but I can, can’t ? Thank you so much…
Susan, I bet your hair looks beautiful! It’s hard to stop listening to our mom’s voice on this topic (believe me, I do it, too) but it’s SO worth it to feel like yourself and not someone’s idea of how you should look! xoxo
Congratulations to this site, Katie! I´m a man of almost 64. I can only encourage you ladies to go gray and grow it long, too – if you want to. The pictures on this site are absolutely gorgeous; I could fall in love with just about all your models as they look so natural. I had a wonderful female colleague my age who sadly passed away two months ago, and I never knew her other than with a beautiful waist-length white ponytail. That was not only an amazing sight to see day by day – it also sent the message of the woman as a real individual, and not a puppet of fashion. Who is to tell others what hairstyle to choose anyway? If you ask me, the people who do only show that they don´t know the first thing about respect. If you want to grow out your hair long or extremely long at 60, who cares? You are not killing people or starting a senseless war. As for me, I absolutely love long hair on women of all ages; and even if I didn´t, it would make absolutely no sense to me if people walked around with a poster saying “Turning 40? Turning gray? Out go the long tresses!” If a woman chooses to wear short hair as her personal style, I have to accept it – and if it is a decision coming from her personal preference and conviction, it usually looks good on her, too. It´s the people without a personal style and without the attitude of holding out for it (despite fashion and what others say) that usually look (and are) just boring and old way before their years.
Thank You Katie, for this post, I am 55 years old and still feel as young as 30 years old but got gray hair I am getting tired of coloring my hair back to its natural color and your platform has so blessed me with great idea in what to do with my hair and has inspired me to embrace what God has grace me with, the models are gorgeous most around my age and they are still beautiful and now I can go like a swan and embrace the trend of today and look and still feel young with gray long hair in a stylish way with my makeup. Thank You Katie
You’re welcome,Tomeko! I’m so glad to have helped you!
I am so happy and INSPIRED I found this post. I am 69 and have been natural silver for 15 years. After the pandemic and retirement 2 years ago I decided to stop getting haircuts. I can trim my own bangs. My hair is fine and I do have a little more than thin haired ladies. My problem is tangles after shampooing. I started using a lovely shampoo bar and conditioner bar and love them. I’m thinking the condition bar is really not enough but I love the weightless texture. I really have never had my hair so long as to cover my back but I love the simplicity of just letting it go!
That’s awesome, Janie! So glad you are happy with your new hair! I think long silver hair is gorgeous.
These ladies rock and are crazy sexy. long hair is amazing on women. Ladies never, ever ever, cut your hair short….. iMHO
Such a great article and naturally beautiful women. I let my hair go grey 4 years ago and I love it! I use Nylah’s Naturals products and they are just amazing for my grey, curly hair. I’m a typical fair-skinned, (formerly) dark-haired Celt and I love that I have dodged that ‘pale skin and obviously-dyed hair’ look that so many people with my complexion are left with eventually! One thing I do need to say though: Granny in the Beverly Hillbillies was the best character and a total legend. A strong, sassy lady who was completely comfortable in her own skin and not afraid to be herself. I wish there were still women like that on TV. I want to be Granny when I grow old!
OMG, Ada! I feel the same way about Granny! And what’s funny about her is I was just telling someone the other day that ever since I was a kid, I wanted to be like Granny and let my long silver braids down once it was time to go to bed. Granny is the best!
I started going grey in my early teens, just a few streaks hither and dither…but I always had a Mallen streak up front and it attracted attention that made me feel VERY self conscious. As a kid my mom would get comments and looks from women shaming her for dying her daughter’s hair. Well, being someone with very dark chestnut brown hair always seemed to be just fine, I never felt like fighting reality…never wanted to color my hair, but then, in my thirties I really started going GREY GREY. Prematurely, so I thought at the time, because none of my peers had grey (come to find out they ALL were coloring their hair🤦🏻♀️) and I started to do it, but I hated it. Messy, time consuming…and sort of against my nature, which is pretty natural. Well, the pandemic hit and I noticed women letting their natural hair just happen because they couldn’t get to salons, and I tonight YES!! It’s about time! So I had been letting mine go for a year prior to the pandemic much to people’s HORROR, but I just couldn’t stand it. I colored my hair last at 41, a week prior to my 42nd bday in 2020. I don’t see myself ever going back. Not a day passes where I don’t receive comments, people LOVE it and it’s so nice not fretting about roots 👌🏻
I’m 44 now and while it’s not the grey/silver I’d choose I accept it, and I hope that women continue to allow their natural hair to be seen as beautiful, I hope we can keep up the “trend” of keeping things the way they are. Grey hair, silver hair, white hair is spectacularly beautiful and not something we should be hiding, covering up or feeling shame for! Thank you for posting such a well rounded piece, it reaffirmed my desire to stay the course! I was feeling tempted to color my hair looking at some raven haired beauties and missing what once was. I guess we can look at it like the beginning of a new us? I’ve had dark hair, I enjoyed it for a very long time, and now I can enjoy this. No one feature is greater than another. The grass isn’t always greener. The more we see something the more we acclimate and accept it as “okay”.
Love all the beautiful confident women with long grey hair. I stopped colouring my hair about 5 years ago, when I retired. Covid and the death of my husband, from cancer in July 2020, was the impetuous to make some changes. One of the changes was to let my hair grow. I too had my sister that it made me look old. I have had a perm to add some body and curl . My hair does not feel or look dry and dull. It feels soft and looks shiny. The pictures and comments have inspired me to continue letting my hair grow. We do not have to look old and dowdy as we age, and these women have shown their natural beauty and confidence with their long silver locks. Thank you.
Thanks for your kind comments. I’m so glad the article inspired you to keep growing out your beautiful hair! So sorry to hear about the loss of your husband.
Sending love to you, Katie
I’m 76 (this Friday). I have white bangs and most of the top of my head is white, with some streaks of light red. Now the back of my hair is smokey gray with some streaks of a reddish color. It is nearly to my waist. I normally have a slight (maddening) wave in my hair. My favorite trick is after I wash my hair I put it in a ponytail and then braid it. I let it dry that way, sleeping in it if it’s still damp (it’s kinda thick, but nothing like my youth-my single braid now use to be what I’d get in two braids). Then when I take out the braid I run my fingers through my hair (no brushing or it nearly goes straight) and I have the most luscious long curls that I pull back into a ponytail but with a Barrett and flair it out some. I love the look. In all the years I had hoped it would all go to one color, but it looks like I will be calico for the rest of my years. I’ve looked into permanent and semi-permanent colors but can’t figure out what to do to get an even color. I even tried some semi-blue for a while (kinda fun, but had blue bangs, blue mix on top, and smoky, with a touch of blue, in the back. I’d love it all to be a silver all over, but have leaned to love the mess I have.
I think it sounds really unique, Pat! That’s what makes gray hair so interesting. Sounds lovely!!
Hi beautiful, silver sisters😊 I’ve been growing my natural silver hair since Covid started . A year passed & I was able to visit my hairstylist for a cut & a few highlights to blend into my hair since I had a big occasion coming up. The highlights did not touch my silver. Lol !! Your pictures & tips are inspiring.
Thank you for this awesome collection! You inspire us. At 66 I’m fully transitioned after 2 1/2 years, I keep my layered grey long hair, and love it. I will share this with my silver sisters groups. ?
Thank you, Ana!
I have used Aveda Blue Malva shampoo on my silver locks for years. It smells like heaven, never builds up and is low carbon footprint. Worth every penny.
I stopped dying my hair several months ago and I am loving it more each day. My mother dyed her hair up until the age of 94. and two of my sisters still dye their hair. Letting my hair go gray is quite a challenge.
Yes, but it’s great to be the trailblazer, too! You have no idea how many people you are going to influence (friends, strangers, young girls). I hope you have an awesome transition journey!
I loved this! My hair is getting longer as I grow out the gray. I have been tempted to chop it, but I am glad that I waited because my husband and I both love it. Thank you for the uplifting articles and photos.
You’re welcome! So glad you loved it!
Would love to see the shorter styles! Thank you for the current display!
You’re welcome! I’m planning to do one soon, for sure!
This was encouraging to see all the beautiful gray hair pictures along with information to help with my journey of going natural!
I work on an Oncology unit and have met very brave and beautiful patients. Since I’ve only been there a year it has encouraged me to let my hair go natural. The patients have showed me beauty is within us all and its a natural gift from God! So stop being afraid to be yourself and just let the Sliver Shine!
Since I’ve made this very challenging change I’ve seen other patients and even coworkers joining in on the Sliver natural shine!
Thank you !
I’m 59 and it occurred to me I need to quit covering up my natural hair. It’s a scary thought though. All of these beautiful photos many shades of grey hair is very inspiring and assuring.
I’m so glad to hear that, April! I found that looking at photos of other women with gray hair helped me get through my transition, so that’s why I’ve added so many here. It really does help!
I decided to quit coloring my medium brown hair blonde when covid shut all the salons down in March 2020. I was 52 and it was a real struggle at first because all of my friends still colored their hair and some (politely) thought I was crazy to go gray. I had no idea how silver I was under all that color! Now more than 2 years later I get compliments all the time from strangers. My hair is naturally curly with ringlets that fall about shoulder length and the silvery-whites blend fairly easily with the remaining blonde ends. Not only does it feel much healthier but it’s very shiny and I the wiry texture everyone talks about is nonexistent. All my friends still color their hair but I’m so happy to free of the ‘root jobs’ and all that expense!
Hi Katie! Thank you for sharing this great inspiring article on long hair! I cut my long hair a few days ago into a chin length bob, and can’t wait for it to grow. I wanted to get rid of most of the blorange taking 4-6 inches off. My hairstylist is great and very supportive. I will send you her salon information soon.
Thanks again for your continued support.
Thank you for sharing these pictures. These ladies are beautiful, stunning and rocking their beautiful silver long hair. All of you keep me inspired to continue on my silver journey!
Thanks, Connie! So glad you enjoyed it!
Love the pix. Your FB and blog are help me through the going gray from dyed red hair.
Thank you for sharing these pictures! Years ago when I was a bit “obsessed” about long hair, I used to look at lots of pictures of hair, braids, updoes… It’s lovely now to look at pictures of gray hair as I am growing my own dye-free hair!
Wow!! What a lovely cross section of ladies who have decided to go with their choice of hair colour!
As our ancestors did! My grandmothers did……. both had long hair. , both worn their hair up, no one told or even suggested that they cut their hair!
I on the other hand like short hair. My total choice! Yes it is grey too!
Thanks Kate for giving us a platform to discuss our “ grey” hair! The care facts too!
I love this! I went dye free a couple of years ago and discovered at age 67 I have salt and pepper hair. I like it so much better than dyed! Due to Covid, I have let my hair grow and now I’m thinking of keeping it. I like it much better than I expected. Keep up the good work Katie!
Thanks Katie for the great photos. You have inspired me so much over the last few months and I can’t wait to be totally grey and embrace my natural hair color.
Katie, your hair color and cut look beautiful! You have made great choices! My hair is finally all silver/gray. Unfortunately, one of my sisters recently told me she does not like it, it makes me look 10 years older and that a mutual friend also does not like it. A second sister agreed with her.
Funny how it takes a long time to get past a few insulting remarks. They did apologize later.
Pam, happy that you decided to wear your locks the way you want to & didn’t take to heart your sister’s remarks. I’ve had long hair to my waist most of my life (cut it to shoulder length in 2010) & I started going silver/gray in my twenties & have never colored it. Mixed bag of criticism & compliments from people, but my sister was the most judgmental.
She always had to have a salon cut & dye job. Always remarking that long hair & it being gray made me look old. In her early 50’s she decided it was cool to go gray. You’d think think she invented it! LOL! She has never complimented me on my hair or apologized. Fortunately, I am confident in the way I choose to look & have no regrets. It has become a trademark for me!
Great compilation Katie! I think this should be ongoing as we all morph along with our hair.
Thank you for this blog, sometimes my self-talk gets the better of me and I think my Grey hair looks terrible. But mostly, I love it! I can let is air dry and it’s curly or blow it out (cool and low j to get it straight
Thank you for all the inspirational pictures!
I’ve often noticed that those who make negative comments about gray hair are usually not in a place to judge. The most recent person to criticize my graying hair was in her 70s and had dyed jet black hair. Not a flattering look on anyone that age if you ask me lol!
How I love all your long locks. I have never had good enough hair to have it long, but trust me if I did, I would, and it too would be gray as I think it is stunning. I am in my first year of growing out my hair color and I love my new silver and grey look. I do not care what people think, I am older so who am I kidding anyway that my dark hair is natural – I wish I had done it years ago. I am doing it now because I do not want my daughters thinking you have to dye your hair to be attractive. All of the ladies on here look wonderful.
These are all gorgeous women. But, what stands out even more to me is the light in their eyes and the look of confidence on their faces. They will be their authentic self and if other people don’t like it that is their problem. They give me courage to continue on my journey and ignore the unwanted comments of others. I may be an only child but I feel like I have joined a new sisterhood. Thank you for all the support on this journey.
Thank you so much for your ongoing encouragement and long hours it takes to prepare your pists?? Please know it’s appreciated by all following their own journey.
I always enjoy your positivity, Katie! It can be tough to go against cultural norms, but it’s rewarding when you wake up to the inner voice that says, “Be yourself, whoever that might be.” There are so many ways to be beautiful. Why limit yourself, or others? My hair may never make it past my shoulders, but I love seeing these photos of long silver hair.
Keep up the good vibes, Silver Sisters!
I wear my hair long and grey and I love it!!!
It was time to ditch the dye and be natural. But that does not mean being messy or old or zero make-up! I’m doing it my way?
Be your own kind of beautiful ?
Love these pictures! Thank you for the inspiration 🙂
What a great collection of wonderful inspiration! I am so glad to be making the change to natural silver! (I have had no negative comments, but then again, I’m still staying home due to COVID.) I have been admiring people with silver hair for several years, so I feel like I had my mindset right as I started this change.
Your helpful tips on maintaining longer length are appreciated, as are your coverage of myths associated with silver locks.
I’m very happy to be included in this group!
Great Inspiration, into growing out my hair 14 months and just do not want to cut it short…I’m on my way!
Great article and inspiring photos! Thank you for sharing and I really appreciate the tip on being careful not to overuse purple shampoo (oops!) Going to deep condition today! I am 6 months in my grow out of (past my shoulders) hair and needed the morale boost of seeing these photos.
I so enjoyed this! The thing that really struck me is how happy and confident all the women looked in these photos. It truly shows when someone feels good about their appearance and it makes me happy to see so many ladies taking charge! Bravo to another inspiring post!
Thank you for this very inspirational post! I’m just starting the transition, so my shoulder-length, curly hair has about an inch & a half of silver, and the rest is various tones of brown and blorange. 😉 I can’t wait for the full transformation!
The COVID quarantine was the final deciding point for me to go gray. I had debated for several years, mainly because it was harder to keep the color from fading and I had to color it more frequently. My stylist, who is much younger, always tried to dissuade me but she was totally all in when her salon reopened. I was thrilled with the result! 2 weeks ago I had her cut about 4 inches off the bottom so it now sits just a tad below my shoulders. My hair is very thin and fine and having it long was so easy, but I felt a cut would help at the time. It feels great and looks even healthier. I may let it grow out some more but whether I do or not, this 67 year old has never liked her hair better!
I’m 45 and finally letting my gray grow out. I’ve always had thick, long brunette tresses (that I promptly dyed after my first silvers made their debut in high school). When I started thinking of transitioning, my 69 year old father gave me grief that I’d look like a witch. I simply told him , “it’ll take a couple of years, so eat right and exercise so I can prove you wrong!” It’s only been about 3 months and I’m already loving the salt and pepper color I will have. Bonus, saw my dad the other day and he’s already changing his tune! Thank you so much for the resources and support!
Another great article Katie! I love long, luxuriant, silver hair…I’m truly inspired by these beauties to keep growing mine.
I agree. The silver curls look fantastic. My hair is getting long enough to braid, but I might get it cut in a few months, to get rid of the “bottle brown”. Your new style looks great. I may show that to my stylist.
Katie – I have shoulder-length curly silver hair, and I love it! My hair looks the best it has in years, kind of like a big mane. No one has made any negative comments about it, and they’d better not. It’s my hair!
While I would like to have it trimmed a little, that’s not happening now because my stylist doesn’t feel safe enough to work. So, the the meantime, I’m just making the best of it.
Thank you, as always, for your beautiful pictures and inspiration.
I love long hair and will continue to let it grow (after transitioning for almost 2 years). My hair is healthy and thick. Why should age be a criteria? Thank you for all of the lovely postings. Next year I hope to be a picture as well – lol. I’m 61 and you get old because you stop playing. Love you Katie!!
Truly inspirational! Now if I could only stop getting adult diaper ads on my phone. Stupid algorithms.
I get those, too! I get insulted every time!
Thank you for sharing all these pictures of these beautiful women. I’m 8 months in and my hair is short so I look forward to the blog with short styles. After a few more trims, all the brown dye should be gone and I plan on growing it out to see how it looks. This was definitely encouraging.
I sure hope you can beat that pain syndrome soon.
Sure love all the beautiful silver hair women’s looks.
Fabulous! There is nowhere for me to get my hair trimmed
into shape. We have a lockdown here in Wisconsin, so I rely
on myself/never goes that well.
Hi, Suzanna: We’re on serious lockdown here, too, and I only was able to recently get my hair cut. You’re brave to try it yourself – I am TERRIBLE at it but I’m sure you’re better than me. I feel so sad for the salons that are impacted. And thank you for your kind words – slowly getting better!
Hello Katie, thanks so much for featuring me in this article in long hair. I am honored to be featured among these heroines of mine. How glamorous! How proud we all are. What a beautiful community of support to have help us normalize and accept something that has been shunned for so long. Silver Sisters are the best sisters! @silvertransitions
Hi, Shelley! Thank you! I love your photos and am so happy you let me use them! I love our silver sister community for sure! xoxo
Wow. What a beautiful collection! Thank you for being such a huge inspiration to so many silver sisters in this amazing community, Katie!
Thank you, Sherry!