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Why might my gray hair be turning black?

 

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This is unclear. It may be that your hair was previously more "weathered", meaning it had been subjected to the effects of chemical overtreatment or excess sun, wind, or cold exposure. And now you are taking better care of it. Regardless, this is a good situation to be in! Most people are experiencing the reverse.

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