My hair is turning grey. I can no longer say that I have grey hairs because soon they will outnumber the brown ones. It seems that every time I look in the mirror I notice less and less brown hair along my hairline. I have always said that when the grey hairs came I would accept them graciously and not bow to the pressure to color them. I told myself that it is a natural part of aging and it would be against my natural personality to have to constantly keep up on coloring my hair so I would walk around most of the time looking like and idiot with giant roots that need redoing. I said it is like a man's hairline receding--it just happens and to fight against it would only be frustrating. I said, and believed, all of those things when I thought I would have the hair of my mother. At 72 she has way fewer greys than I have---I just turned 40 last April. Instead God seems to have decided to let the joke be on me and give me the hair of my dad......who was almost completely grey at a fairly young age. I remember my sister learning in cosmetology school that our hair is supposed to come from our mother's father. Nope. He had few greys as well. Ugh. So what do you ladies do? Do you accept the grey as a fact of life and adjust and do your best to welcome it? Or do you do what you can to disguise it? And why do you do what you do?