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At 58, Lydia Bishop opts to color her gray hair, though occasionally a few silver strands show through.That's for college students and young pop stars like Lady Gaga who step out with shimmering, dyed-silver locks, rather than for baby boomers reaching the milestone ages long associated with gray hair.That's great news for baby boomers who don't want gray hair and also don't want the trouble of lying about it.For starters, natural gray hair has a different texture than hair that still holds its original color.Does gray hair mean automatic grandparent status?Broadway-Mack's wife, Heather, tells her the gray hair is flattering, but those comments from strangers have left her wondering: If she stops coloring her hair, will she be pigeonholed as "old" in a couple of years, when her children are bigger and she's ready to seek a full-time job outside her home?Hudson, for her part, has found it professionally useful to let her gray hair show through.
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