The story of Sarah Eisenman from Arizona speaks precisely about this: her hair turned gray very early on.
After turning 21, Sarah’s hair lost all its dark pigment (before that age, she was a brunette).
Sarah was panicked and started dyeing her hair regularly.
She didn’t want any of her friends to see the gray hair growing back, so she literally dyed her roots every week.
Her friends and colleagues didn’t know that Sarah had gray hair because she was afraid of being judged.
Everything changed when she turned 37: work, children, and household chores became a significant part of Sarah’s daily schedule,
leaving no time for frequent hair coloring. And she learned to accept herself for who she was.
At first, she had to spend a couple of years trying to let her silver hair grow out as the dye gradually washed away.
Sarah’s entourage was divided into two groups: some condemned her, while others admired the courage of the 44-year-old social media star.
“I know that my hair is a challenge for many people. I often receive compliments and hateful glances whenever I leave the house.
Everyone wants to touch my hair. Some seem a bit nervous, while others have genuine joy in their eyes.”
Sarah says she now feels the most beautiful.