Going gray, it's something some wo(men) dread. How many of you hide your gray hair? Last year at 30yrs old I discovered my 1st gray hair, a super long strand hidden amongst my dark brown hair. I laughed... I was surprised... and I had no problem with it. There was no need to dye it or pluck it, I wore it proudly. Then this year I discovered another one (there are possibly more but not as obvious). Again I joked, it took 3 yrs of raising my daughter to get 1 gray hair, I have a puppy for 4 months and they multiplied! As of now, I still have no problem with it, I actually like it, it makes me different. But how will I feel when all of the hair around my temples turns noticeably gray and I'm considered one of the women in their 30's that went gray prematurely... I guess I'll cross that bridge when it gets here. Going gray is for the most hereditary, so of course I turned to my parents and asked when they started graying. My Dad couldn't remember but he said it was definitely later in life and my Mom, I don't think she actually knows due to years of dying her hair. Needless to say, it didn't help much. I started asking around my friends, what did they think of it... the women said dye it are you crazy and the men could care less. And the most important opinion of all is my husband's, and as of yet he doesn't care, but again it's one of those bridges we'll cross when we get there. For the most part I forget about the two strands, but they like to remind me by sticking out every direction other than the natural flow of my hair. Out of curiosity when did you start going gray?