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Grey Curls That’ll Have You Making an Appointment With Your Colorist

by Chelsea Castonguay
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If you've been thinking about making a big change with your curls, there's no time like the present. Grey hair has been having a major moment for the last few years, so it's clear this trend is here to stay. If you've been toying with the idea of going grey, here's some inspiration. These are grey curls that'll have you making an appointment with your colorist. Bring these photos along to show her what you'd like, or just keep them for planning your next great look! Either way, if you do take the plunge make sure to let us know.

Grey Curls That'll Have You Making an Appointment With Your Colorist


This gorgeous silver-grey calls to mind frozen snow queens, and ice palaces. If you're vibing with the idea of embracing your wintery-goddess self, these long, silver tresses might be just the ticket. A little bit of darker grey underneath gives the look body and texture, keeping it interesting. This is a style that would work well for all ages and curl types.


Here's proof that you don't have to be older to rock grey curls. These coils look absolutely gorgeous with this darker grey, and the cool tones have just a hint of purple to really make the curls pop. This is a great length as well, as it's shoulder skimming but still long enough to pull back as needed.


These soft silver waves are bordering on white, and are seriously gorgeous. Remember, if you have naturally dark hair, it's going to take some time and work with your colorist to get you to a light enough blond to take the grey, so be prepared to spend some time and money. Additionally, if you're thinking about trying out a new color, and getting a haircut, this would be a great time to go a bit shorter to remove any damage caused by lightening your hair. This way, your color will be sure to look great, and your curls will be healthy. Remember to follow any after care instructions your stylist may give, which could include using a specific type of shampoo to help preserve your natural color.

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