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when does it start to be ageing?im 42
i don't think it's an age thing, i think it's a style/condition/colour thing.my step-mother's in her late 50s and has beautiful (dyed) brown, naturally curly hair to just below her shoulders (so longish, non?) and it looks v youthful, def not ageing.at 42... pffttt....years til you have to worry. I'm about to turn 40 and i'll be holding onto mine for the foreseeable future.
I get loads of compliments on my hair - it's long - below bra strap length, and while I'm not as old as my nickname suggests, I'm no teenager. Agree condition is vital.
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