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Are You Willing to Go Gray?

People are cutting corners left and right, but one place many women aren't skimping is at the hair salon! Since we're having to compete for jobs in a terrible market with other women, sometimes half our age, Charla Krupp, author of How Not to Look Old says we really can't afford to go gray. Not only that, but she says going gray is just the first step in letting yourself go entirely, and who wants to do that?

On the flip side, other women report going gray is a liberating experience. They feel more content and connected to their authentic selves. Their pocketbooks are thicker and they have more free time — no more long appointments at the salon. But as we all know, gray isn't for everyone, so tell me, even if you're watching your spending, will there always be money to cover up those grays?

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