Top Celebrities With Gray Hair, And They Don’t Hide It From The Public Eye

5Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth Paltrow is one of the actresses who never felt ashamed to show off her gray hair. And she seems very happy about it. Even if she has blonde hair and brown hair like camouflage among these golden strands, we can still see it. In the following picture, you can see the upper part of her head, where she has some gray hair. She loved this particular look while participating in the Golden Globes in 2020 and featured her natural hair on her Instagram account.

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6Katie Holmes

Katie Holmes, an icon in the world of fashion and beauty, is one of the most well-known actresses. She decided to get her haircut with a tufted hairstyle while attending Disney’s The Lion King in 2019, putting on some gray hair. However, this was not the only occasion where her gray hair appeared. She did the same while attending Paris Fashion Week. As a result, this trend makes the actress more authentic and natural. There is no reason you need to hide your gray hair because Katie Holmes does not do this.

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7Eva Longoria

American actress Eva Longoria recently shared a funny post on her Instagram account in which she shows her fans that her hair was starting to turn gray. The actress showed off her scalp and even came close to her camera to showcase her hair roots. She looks great. “Look at all this gray. It’s crazy,” the 45-year-old actress said in her Instagram video, displaying her light hair strip. She revealed her gray roots growing through.

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8Sarah Harris

Are you not one of those who want the long fairytale hair that Sarah Harris has? The editor of Vogue UK confessed during an interview for Into the Gloss that her hair had started to turn silver when she was only 16 or 17 years old. And when she was a little worried at first, she later decided to let it grow naturally and accept herself as she is. “So often I have young girls come up to me in the street and they’re like, ’who’s your hairdresser? What dye do you use?’ I’m like, ’what dye?!’ And not many people believe me—unless it’s a hairdresser who’s like, ’Yeah, you can’t get that color out of a bottle,” she said.

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