When we look at men and women of a certain age with perfect hair without any strands of grey, what comes to our mind is the use of hair color.
Much to our surprise, a world wide study found that one out of 10 over the age of 60 do not have grey hair.
This study conducted by the research and development arm of the cosmetics manufacturer, L'Oreal, was conducted to establish global trends about graying hair.
The study also found that men and women with gray hair were much below their expectations.
Between the age of 45 and 50, 63% had some grey hair which went up to 78 per cent of people aged between 51 and 55, with an average of 26 per cent of their hair grey.