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Grey hair is caused by a reduction of pigmentation, whereas white hair has no pigment all. Why this happens remains somewhat of a mystery. In time, everyone’s hair turns grey eventually and your chances of going grey increases by 10-20% every decade after 30 years. Fundamentally, hair is white. It then gets its natural colour from a pigment called melanin. The formation of melanin begins before birth and is also responsible for your skin colour and tanning in the sun. The natural colour of your hair depends upon the distribution, type and amount of melanin in the middle layer of the hair shaft or cortex. Hair has only two types of pigments: dark (eumelanin) and light (phaeomelanin). They blend together… read more