The Surprising Truth about Transitioning to Gray Hair
katie goes platinum
It sounds so simple.
You wake up one day and decide to stop dyeing your hair. But we all know that it’s not that simple.
The transition to gray hair is not just about hair, but so much more.
Free from wasting my time and money on hiding my silver roots.. and also free from caring what society thought about my hair.
That feeling of liberation hasn’t diminished, even though I’ve been dye-free now for several years.
“Like many women, the sense of freedom and empowerment. Being my authentic self. And I just love the uniqueness of everyone’s hair including my own. I just can’t wait to be fully transitioned. I just wish I could click my fingers and see my true self.”
“It’s incredibly powerful to push back against society’s idea of what makes a woman look beautiful. I feel like I’m paving the way for my daughter and other women to allow themselves to just be who they are, naturally.”
And then, from the minute I made the decision, I did not hide it in any way, not once. I even have a brand new bottle of root touch-up that has gone unused. There is no point for me to use it, as I’m not hiding anymore!
“What surprised me was I started to seriously take charge of my health – physically, spiritually, and emotionally. Setting healthy boundaries was life-changing, even more than going gray! I became committed to self-care. When I’m feeling good, I can be a better wife, mom, and friend. “