What do you think ladied, men in their 30s with grey hair, sexy? Or not sexy?
Also, is it a things for people with Italian ancestory to go grey at a younger age?
Most Caucasian guys start going gray by then, some even sooner, so it's perfectly normal.
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I wouldn't mind a few grey streaks in a man that age, as long as their aren't balding we're all good hahaha
In my family we get it in our late twenties so I guess people are just different. It's just hair.
Grey hair at that young age is maybe because of a stressful situation
Salt n' pepper hair can look good on guys. Girls? Ehh...
Hot for guys
as far as i know, my lineage is predominately german, with a few other denominations - all north and west of bavaria. i had a few grays here and there in mid-20s but really started graying noticeably in mid-30s. it also became much finer (really bugs me on a windy day). maybe it's from all the fast living and voyages to faraway lands..
only consolation is that it's all still there.
so guys with dark hair tend to grey faster. my first grey hair in my teens. i've had many compliments on my hair so i'll never use dye. i find it sexy myself. it's kind of like always wanting to be a blonde lol
I had a dude that was 15 or 16 in my high school that had tons of grey hair on his head.
Some guys mostly with guys with cacausian type hair can rock grey hair with mixed black hair really nice with the right hair style while other guys just look old.
Well there is nothing he can do about it anyway, unless the guy is into dyeing.
Men age faster these days. Grey hair can show up before they even hit 30.
I got 5 White hairs in my mid 30s. I pull them out because I don't want to see it. But men in my family never go bald their whole lives. :)
My cousin's friend was going salt-and-pepper at 23. His friends would win bar bets with strangers betting that he was older.
If you find it cute, whats the problem? It's just hair, for gods sake! He's a silverback. Just means he's found the love of his life and knows more than anyone.
Hell I had white hairs since I was 12!
But I can imagine it, and it truly sounds hot. I bet he can rock it.
No. It is not and has nothing to do with ethnicity. It is hereditary though.
My classmate already has some grey hair and he's in his mid-20s. Looks fine on him. I wouldn't worry that much, personally
It is totally normal. Some guys do look with grey hair if they know how to handle them.
Not just Italians, certain people just have bad genes for it. I have friends that are going bald in their early 20s or grey in their early 30s
It's not common to be grey in 30s and it doesn't fit well with some people
It's not a thing here in Italy.
Going bald is thought. So if he still has hair, he is very healthy and will look young in his 50s and 60s
I'm from very close to Italy and have had a few whites since my early 20s.
I'm no expert, but I heard that stress can make hair turn grey.
Is it genetic? I suppose it's because of some vitamin deficiency.
Not hot. I started going grey in my 30's and I hated it.
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Im wondering this myself, no italian ancestory but very close. I had like 5-10 on each side since i hit like 20. didn't think much about it these last years until lately. Since April i worked continously and sometimes even saturdays with some overtime. Last week i noticed its grown to 10-15 on each side. I guess growing wings takes a lot of time, though im not sure i want them, especially when after 10 years theyre only a couple spread around making it look old rather than mostly white making it look "wingy". Maybe hell just have a couple/little for a long time before any real changes take place