Hello heterochromia iridum. Have you noticed I have one green eye, one blue? According to Medicine Net: ‘Heterochromia can be present at birth (congenital) or acquired. The incidence of congenital heterochromia iridis is approximately six out of a 1,000, although in most of these cases, it is hardly noticeable and unassociated with any other abnormality.’ Viva la abnormality (?), I guess. Anyone else out there with heterochromia of the eyes, skin or hair?
Speaking of hair, many of you know I am on a #dyefree
journey at the moment. I am nearly 15 months into my grow out and I must say I did not expect these intensely dark locks with silver sparkles woven through. I'm a touch envious of all the white haired goddesses out there, but I love this dark new me. And to think I believed I was still an ash blonde, as I was in childhood? Our true colours are rarely what we expect.
To all of my friends out there who are going through this #dyefree
transition, hang on! Don’t let anyone else sway you. Your true colours are beautiful, no matter who you are. The choice to show them is a choice for you and you alone. Your body, your hair, your choices. Always. .
(swipe) Pictured: Now, January 2019 as my silvers started to show and back in early April 2018, with red dye and dried out hair - and a mild allergy to the dye, it turns out. It took me months without dye to realise I had acquired an allergy over time. Another good motivator for embracing my natural darkness...🖤❤️ #silversisters
#saltandpepper #truecolours #brunette #greyhairdontcare #goingsilver #heterochromia #heterochromiairidis #taramoss #darkwinter #colouring #greeneyes #blueeyes #grombre