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Zoomer here, turning 20 within the year. Greys started coming in around 15, people started noticing it by the time I turned 16. It's mostly at the back of my head so obviously not really that much, but still earlier than a lot of my peers.
I'm not bothered with my hair going grey at a young age at all, personally I find it both funny and somewhat dope.
Any other anons greying or have greyed at an early age? What do you feel about it? Do you cover it up or let your hair's nature just run its course?
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>>14182365
oh yeah the greying isn't as much as the pic, its just for reference about the topic
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Could be a poor diet, stress, or simply genetics. It's dope and you can wear it with confidence. Chicks dig it as much as split chins.
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It's better to have grey hair than be balding
t. balding man with premature grey hairs



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