Why The Silver Hair Trend Needs To Stop
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Why The Silver Hair Trend Needs To Stop

Silver hair, don't care.

Why The Silver Hair Trend Needs To Stop
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People have been hating on the most recent change of hair color trend, switching from vibrant colors to silver. Here are a few examples as to why people need to "stop" dying their hair silver:

1. Turns you into a Granny.

Flawless much?

2. Makes you look pasty.

Your complexion is yours and rock it with what every hair style you desire!

3. Only looks good with makeup on.

Where are the faults?

4. Only meant for women.

Zayn Malik knows he looks good. Don't listen to the haters!

5. Doesn't look natural

Looks pretty real to me, and even if it isn't there are tons of things that aren't real that we enjoy, like fictional books and movies

6. Only models can pull it off.

Everyone is a model for themselves and shines in their own way!

7. Doesn't look good long.

No scissors, no problem

8. Isn't meant for young people.

Young or old silver hair slays

9. Looks dead/damaged.

All I see are waves and shine, no breakage here!

10. Makes you seem dull.

I don't know about you but she looks like she's about to have a fun time with friends instead of enjoying an isolated strange hobby

11. People will comment/stare


Let them stare and own your look! Be confident by accepting your looks and enjoying yourself, who cares about the people who don't agree. Your body is not their body, be your best self.

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