Gray hair has its advantages and disadvantages, but what almost everyone agrees on is that contributes to making men more interesting, see George Clooney in the picture above, considered one of the most attractive actors thanks in large part to his hair, Richard Gere or, a more recent one, Patrick Dempsey from 'Grey's Anatomy'.
Don't hide gray hair allows you to do without dyes that should be applied periodically when you want to keep the white hairs out of the sight of others, which is why it is more comfortable not to do anything with them in this regard.
Another advantage of gray hair is that, they say, indicate that the man will keep his head of hair until old age. Apparently this has no scientific basis, but the number of times this rule is met is surprising. So if your first gray hair is coming out, you have reason to be happy about it instead of obsessing about getting old.
On the less pleasant side of the gray is a increased hair frizz which can make styling difficult if anti-frizz products are not used. Wearing it short enough helps the gray hair not to get out of hand. A very extreme example, but one that is of great help to describe the hair disaster that can occur when gray hair is left to its own devices is Doc from 'Back to the Future', played by the great Christopher Lloyd, a mythical character, but that he did not have the taming of his hair among his main qualities.
And finally, let's tackle perhaps the most important question related to gray hair: is it true that it ages? Our opinion is that gray hair ages, which is why men between the ages of 30 and 45 would do well to dye them if they wish not to appear older than they are. However, there comes a time, after 50, when gray hair is already within the normal range, so dyeing it should be only a matter of personal preferences and not to preserve or not an image according to age .