In Conversation With — Hair Color

I’d been to the saloon the other day. Every-time I go to the staff, one of them is always after my life to color my hair. This time something different happened. While I was waiting for my turn for a haircut, I had a striking conversation with the hair color kit sitting in front of me.

Let me color your hair?

But it’s already black? Right?

No no, I can see many white hairs. Let’s color them.

But white is also a color, right?

You’re right in a way but people usually hide their white hairs.

And, why is it?

They don’t want to look old — grown-up, that’s why?

But I want to look old — rather a grown-up. Besides color has nothing to do with age.

Oops, you’re a weird man!

Indeed, I’m

I don’t understand why people are in a constant quest for looking young, and that too by hiding their hair color. 

Although, it’s quite a personal choice but what’s wrong with accepting age with grace? Besides, youth this a state of mind, a vision, and a mental culture. I feel strange when we tag black with young age and white with old age.


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