This is a serious question. Why do women from southern states dye their hair white? I am talking about women aged 40-60. Certainly these women are too young to have pure white hair. I am not talking about gray, but white like powdered wig white. I used to work with a woman from Dallas who had been transplanted up here (Great Lakes). She was in her 40's and dyed her hair this white color. I've seen lots of photos of Texan women sporting this look. Just this a.m. a woman in Arizona was on the Today Show had the same look. I know women in this age group, they all either color their hair a youthful color or go gray, but no one goes pure white! What is the reason or origin of making hair a color that is reserved for those over 90 years?
I've known women who bleached their hair. They were aiming for the platinum blond look like Marilyn Monroe, but it looked the same as an elderly person's white hair. I think sometimes the blond is just taken a step or two too far. I live in Texas.
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