31 thoughts on “>grey hair in mid 20s, i am so fricking done bro.

  1. Anonymous says:

    I’m greying at 40, and I still feel like it’s too early.
    My older brother and even my dad don’t have as many greys as I do.
    But then they’re both thinning and I’m not really.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Nothing bad has happened to you, you have made the false judgement that having grey hair is bad but it isn’t.

  3. Anonymous says:

    >guys, my arms and legs fell off and my dick needs to be amputated, this sucks!
    >/fashion/ – just own it you loser, this is why you’re an incel, billions of men live as chads with no arms, legs, or genitals

  4. Anonymous says:

    I heard on a podcast that a supplement called L-tyrosine reverses greying. I don’t know if it’s true but you seem desperate.

  5. Anonymous says:

    how much grey hair? noticed my first grey when I was just 21 or 22 but even 6 years later I only get a few random ones here and there that are hardly noticeable

  6. Anonymous says:

    Hello I am 34 and this was taken 2 years ago. So it’s more grey now. I love it. Started going grey in high school. My pubes and chest hair are even grey now.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Embrace it. If you’re confident it will look good (assuming not thinning/balding in which case shave it all off).

  8. Anonymous says:

    anybody here have any actual experience with reversing it? Any pics of you rocking it? I’ve got it and wanna kill myself, but am hopeful I can have my mind changed. There’s more solutions for balding than there are greying which is wild as heck to me. Dying it is barely a solution, it’s highly likely to look obvious or worse than the grey itself, and it will obviously be very time consuming and expensive to upkeep.

  9. Anonymous says:

    18 for me, 30’s now. I get guys complimenting,asking if I dye it that way and say they want there’s like it. Helps that my beard is dark brown so there’s a contrast.

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