Grey Haired Lady Gaga: Does This Mean We Can Stop Colouring Our Hair?

I am posting this because my gen-Y cousin likes Lady Gaga. Also, I found this cover striking and I kinda found Lady Gaga’s matt gray nails attractive in the upcoming September issue of Vanity Fair. It’s also great if grey is in fashion. It’s good news if it means we can age gracefully and don’t need to constantly colour our hair anymore. Women who don’t cover their greys get a lot of flak in our society, which seems to me as double standards. In contrast, men are told they look distinguished. It’s so unfair. Men can also get away with wrinkles far longer than we can.

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2 Responses to Grey Haired Lady Gaga: Does This Mean We Can Stop Colouring Our Hair?

  1. thinkpinktoo says:

    Way before she was famous Lady Gaga was on MTV’s boiling points See here:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1SIK-yzlxiU&feature=related

    • bookjunkie says:

      Good one which I recall seeing, but probably didn’t realize that the young lady would be famous a couple of years later.

      Oops she could’t keep her cool. She looks like a kid there. I guess people forget that she is very young..only 23 now? I used to think that she was older than Britney Spears.

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