The girl’s father, Ralph Miolla, discovered his first gray hair at 12, and her grandmother, Annie Hogan, found hers at 14.
Zoe Miolla, 25, from West Haven, Connecticut, America, started going gray when she was just nine years old. The girl refused hair dye and became the owner of silver curls. It is reported by The Mirror.
By age 12, Zoe had gone 10 percent gray. As she matured, she learned to accept her “unique” color.
The girl felt insecure about her unusual hair color and wanted to “blend in” after being teased and called “grandma”. She dyed her hair for the next six years with the help of her mom, April, 51, but decided to stop dyeing at 18 when she entered art college. At 21, her gray hair had grown to shoulder length and she was able to cut off her remaining dark hair below. So Zoe became 100 percent gray.
“I’m proud of my hair. I didn’t always accept it and felt confident. Now it’s my hallmark. Now I adore it. People always think it’s fake and dyed. Do they really think that I dye my roots so often?”, the woman says.
Zoey now loves her unique looks and jokes that she and her boyfriend, 32-year-old Matt Griffin, are “fire and ice” because he has “fiery red” hair.
The girl’s father Ralph, a business owner, discovered his first gray hair at 12, and her grandmother Annie Hogan, 72, found hers at 14.
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The girl’s father, 52-year-old Ralph Miolla, first noticed his daughter’s gray hair when she was nine years old.
“I remember this moment like the back of my hand. My father discovered gray hair and was beside himself. He couldn’t understand what the hell was going on. Later, he always reminded me of how beautiful our gray hair is,” recalls Zoe.
The publication notes that the girl’s father Ralph, a business owner, discovered his first gray hair at 12, and her grandmother Annie Hogan, 72, found hers at 14.
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