Many women over 40 are contemplating whether or not to embrace their gray hair. It can be quite a big decision as you may have gotten used to your new adapted color.
If you are thinking about making the transition, you may enjoy seeing Elaine’s journey where she documents how she transitioned to gray hair.
Below I like to celebrate women mid long gray hair.
Many of the photos were contributed by 40+Style photographer Denton Taylor but also by women who sent in their gray hairstyle.
For more gray hairstyles also view:
Women with mid long hairstyles
Denton’s wife Teresa modelling a D&G jacket from their NYC sample sale.
Below Choreographer/dancer with the Mark Dendy Company
Below Danica, Manhattan real estate broker.
Below close friend of Denton’s Teri C, teacher, tattoo lover, and fitness buff.
This is Diana and she runs goinggraylookinggreat.com
Pictures sent in by you
Below pictures are from Denise O’Neill (Grey is ok) who looks beautiful in her silver grey middle long hairstyle. It’s interesting to note that she is not actually grey all over, but she embraces the color difference!
Kate (the confident stitch) also looks fabulous in her straight middle long hair which is beautifully complemented by her fuchsia top.
Last but not least is a photo of Sarah.
“Attached is a recent photograph taken of me by a photographer friend who is shooting a project called “50 Shades of Grey” documenting men and women with different shades of grey, from a few strands just starting to show up to full heads of snow white hair. I just turned 56- years old. People tell me I look younger since I stopped coloring it, and I get compliments on my hair all the time — something that never happened while I was still coloring it.”
What do you think about these mid long grey hairstyles?
All photos (except the last 4 which were sent in by readers) by Denton Taylor
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