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The Wonderful World of Facebook Gray Hair Support Groups

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My last dye was around February 22, 2018, but it wasn’t until April 2018 that I decided that I definitely wanted to transition to gray hair.

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I wasn’t sure where to begin.  By a crazy coincidence, my friend Kim posted a picture of herself on Facebook at that same time, showing off her lovely gray locks.

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I’m so glad I saw that post! I reached out to her, and she introduced me to the concept of gray hair Facebook support groups.  If you haven’t yet, you should check some of these groups out.

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They are a great resource when you are transitioning to silver hair! You will find tips, tricks, and plenty of support.  No matter which route to silver you take, you will find women like yourself on these groups who will encourage you.

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Some groups are very restrictive with a lot of rules and regulations, while others are more freewheeling.

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Some gray hair groups are for women who want to transition with long hair, or with short hair. Other gray hair groups are directed towards women who wish to use highlights or gray blending to make the transition easier. A good idea is to join a few groups and see which one best meets your needs.

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Jonie Peck runs Silver Revolution.  I met her originally through another gray-hair Facebook group, and we became friends on Instagram as well. She recently asked me to be her co-Admin at Silver Revolution and we are excited to grow that group.

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