14 Celebs Who Have Embraced Going Gray
You go, girls!
Famous women over a certain age often look startlingly similar. Ageless skin, younger-than-their-years bodies and smooth and silky (and perfectly colored) hair. But just as we admire ladies who say no to plastic surgery, we adore these 14 notable women for skipping the dye and embracing their naturally gray locks. Cheers to graceful aging.
Let’s be real: the Dame can do no wrong.
Not sure how she feels, but King's curls make her look like a natural woman. (Woman.)
The Pulitzer Prize winner has long advocated natural hair (and written extensively about it). She originally rocked an afro, then dreadlocks and now a cool close crop.
Love that Goop's mom embraces her color and not-so-smooth texture.
The woman is 84. Just let that sink in for a second.
Working title: The Grayest Hair.
Still rocking menswear like a boss, Keaton’s grays and glasses make her one of the coolest celebs around.
Though just a streak, stylist London’s gray is nothing short of a signature.
Spacek's kind smile and unfussy hair make her seem like the super-cool aunt who is everyone's favorite.
Of her gray hair, the country singer, who stopped coloring years ago, has said, "Women should do whatever makes them feel good, but I do wish that we would accept our aging selves." Preach.
If it's even possible, Close's grays make her look more distinguished.
Gray hair, giant glasses and gorgeous jewels. Iconic.
Muse and O.G. street-style star Guinness has been rocking grays (most often in wild 'dos) for as long as we can remember.
Jamie Lee Curtis
JLC's advice to ladies going gray: Keep the cut edgy. She told Marie Claire in 2007 that without a contemporary cut, "I can go Bea Arthur very quickly."