Grey Hair In 14 Years Didn't Break The Desperate Girl But Allowed Her To Move Forward And Find The Other People With The Same Peculiarity
July 24, 2018 10:26
Martha Truslow Smith, a graphic designer from North Carolina, knew she would start to get gray early long before the process actually began. The weird “young aging” is hereditary in her family. However, when the first silver hair appeared at the age of 14, it was difficult to reconcile with this. The girl started the everlasting battle for her beauty.
Martha has been pulling out the gray locks and dying them for the long ten years. However, by the age of 24, she decided not to torture herself and remain with the natural color of her hair. This was a serious step for a young girl, as a stereotype developed in the society that most people began to get “silver” after 30 years. Luckily, she was ready for the surprised looks and confusing questions.