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Grey hair don't care

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gray hair in messy ponytail

Pull all your hair back and up, tie it together with a hair band and walk out of the door, ready to take on a new day! That’s really all it takes to get a messy ponytail right. This, in turn, partly explains the immense popularity of this simple look—it’s so easy to achieve. The …

Looking Foxy When You’ve Dared to Go Gray

Have you been thinking about going gray but just haven't had the nerve? Here are eight fabulous women who summoned up the courage and look Fabulous! Check it out!

New Shag | Silver is so much better than gold. Although many women dread the day they first spot a gray hair, this shade is beautiful and should be celebrated. That's right: Do. Not. Panic. Instead of rushing to the salon to color your entire head of hair, we believe you should love your natural color. Don’t get caught up in believing those myths about gray hair (no, you can’t go gray overnight), but rather embrace it. If you’re wary of going gray or unsure about not coloring your hair anymore,

New Shag | Silver is so much better than gold. Although many women dread the day they first spot a gray hair, this shade is beautiful and should be celebrated. That's right: Do. Not. Panic. Instead of rushing to the salon to color your entire head of hair, we believe you should love your natural color. Don’t get caught up in believing those myths about gray hair (no, you can’t go gray overnight), but rather embrace it. If you’re wary of going gray or unsure about not coloring your hair…

Scientists Discover the Secret to Keeping Cells Young | Researchers say it may be possible to slow and even reverse aging by keeping DNA more stably packed together in our cells

Researchers say it may be possible to slow and even reverse aging by keeping DNA more stably packed together in our cells