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AIBU to not have a single grey hair on my head at 39

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chchchchchangess Wed 07-Feb-18 09:14:51

but have a load of grey pubes?

ShatnersWig Wed 07-Feb-18 09:15:49

I'm a month shy of 44 and have no grey anywhere.

Sorry, stealth boast grin

Pidlan Wed 07-Feb-18 09:16:22

Yes YABU! angry

Rebeccaslicker Wed 07-Feb-18 09:16:56

Nor do I!!

(It only costs me a couple of hundred quid every 6 weeks to keep it that way too, and has done since my early 20's, bargain. Great genes, DF)

WilyMinx Wed 07-Feb-18 09:17:11

My mum has just turned 64 and has no grey hair on her head. I don't ask about her pubes...

Iamagreyhoundhearmeroar Wed 07-Feb-18 09:17:27

I got my first grey hair at 19...

Talith Wed 07-Feb-18 09:17:48

I'm mid forties and not a grey here either grin

TheQueenOfWands Wed 07-Feb-18 09:18:14

My pubes are a gorgeous shade of light chestnut.

My roots were worryingly grey on last sighting.

I'd happily swap them.

Rebeccaslicker Wed 07-Feb-18 09:20:34

Also, the thing about grey hair that nobody tells you is how much the bloody texture changes. Smooth sleek locks turn into wiry bastard spring demons from hell 😭

ShatnersBassoon Wed 07-Feb-18 09:20:39

How does that happen then? Why would your fanny hair give up with colour before your head hair does? I'd imagined these things happen simultaneously, but obviously not.

Also, does leg and arm hair go grey?

Iamagreyhoundhearmeroar Wed 07-Feb-18 09:22:43

Pubes turn grey???

Sugarpiehoneyeye Wed 07-Feb-18 09:24:04

If all falls out in the end, under arms, legs, below 😄

SugarPlumFerry Wed 07-Feb-18 09:24:43

I have auburn hair like straw (or possibly light twigs) and white hair like actual steel wire. no pubes due to the aforementioned texture What do people do to get this "sleek" hair I've never had? sad

chchchchchangess Wed 07-Feb-18 09:24:57

Yes, I don't understand it either. I'm obviously some kind of freak blush

UnimaginativeUsername Wed 07-Feb-18 09:25:32

How could you possibly be unreasonable for this?

MaidenMotherCrone Wed 07-Feb-18 09:38:35

50 in a couple of months. No grey hair on head but undercarriage has a smattering. Eyebrows have 2 each angry.
On a happier note, armpit and wazoo hair is becoming less abundant.
Arse hair however is as vigorous as ever.

ILikeyourHairyHands Wed 07-Feb-18 09:42:50

I am exactly the opposite! 43 and completely silver of bonce but dark luscious minge.


Johnnycomelately1 Wed 07-Feb-18 09:44:29

Ha! I am "early to mid 40's". No grey. My mum is 70 and still no grey. My forehead looks like it was recently ploughed though. You never get it all.

notacooldad Wed 07-Feb-18 09:46:10

Nearly 53 and no grey hair.
I have an uncle who was grey at 22
My dads hair was a sandy blond well into his 69s my mum went grey at 60.

That's just the way things roll. Nothing unreasonable or reasonable about it.

PoorYorick Wed 07-Feb-18 09:48:29

completely silver of bonce but dark luscious minge.

This, my friend, is poetry.

Areyoufree Wed 07-Feb-18 09:48:34

Arse hair however is as vigorous as ever

That made me smile. It sounds like the last item on a very odd news segment.

Oblomov18 Wed 07-Feb-18 09:50:26

Late 40's here. No grey. What age will it happen to me? How do you know when it is going to happen? Guess, you don't!

clarabellski Wed 07-Feb-18 09:52:22

Thanks to loreal I don't have a single grey hair on my head either grin

Twoo Wed 07-Feb-18 09:53:29

I’m in my fifties and no grey. Really I havnt. But lots of other things don’t work properly though.

The80sweregreat Wed 07-Feb-18 09:54:28

went grey around 50. was a shock and now have foils twice a year to keep it looking a bit less grey on top, blended in or the odd home colour.
my mum didnt go grey till she was 60.
dad went grey at 30. pubes are still dark, no grey in sight. leg and arm hair is still dark too, but a bit less of it.
too much lip hair though, had a wax but it seemed to grow back faster.

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