Aging, White Hair, White Lashes, Thinning Hair
February 21, 2009 9:15am CST
It hits around age 50. For females, the thinning hair comes with aging, as does the white or gray hair. But I'm wondering, how soon do lashes or brows usually begin to turn white? I'm noticing more of that in my 5th decade now, and what used to take a thick ponyband for pulling my hair back, now takes one skinny one. What's your take on white and thinning hair or lashes?
• United States
8 Mar 09
At 48, I haven't noticed any white or gray in my lashes or brows, but I do have some on my head. I had never really thought about it before, but I suppose the lashes and brows would turn white too. I have noticed that when I shampoo my hair I am loosing more hairs than I used to, its amazing I'm not bald yet.
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