Keanu Reeves’ girlfriend Alexandra Grant has her natural grey hair which she certainly doesn’t want to dye. However, the famous artist recently revealed the reason behind this. The 46-year-old artist shared that breast cancer might have linked to permanent hair dye and also chemical hair straighteners so that she doesn’t do it.
She said, ‘I went gray prematurely in my early 20’s… and dyed my hair every color along the way until I couldn’t tolerate the toxicity of the dyes any more. In my 30’s I let my hair turn “blonde”… [sic].’
Alexandra again added that she loves to support every woman who chose how she wants to look at every age. Many of her Instagram followers agreed with her statement where one admitted: ‘I love natural gray and I wish my gray would kick in faster. I don‘t care about aging or gender standards. Most bad comments about my hair length come from men who could go to hell and stay there .’
The Matrix actor Keanu Reeves left everyone surprised in November when he went hand in hand with Grant in public on the red carpet after secretly dating for a year. Moreover, some people misunderstood her with actress Helen Mirren because of the grey hair.
Sharing the thoughts on her post, one user commented that beauty should come from within whereas society has limited their beauty with clothing, hair, and makeup. ‘We don’t color our hair to feel or be sexy but we may feel less attractive by allowing our hair to grow in its natural state because of other people’s perception of us. @grantalexandra I agree. It should be discussed more often for safety and mental health [sic].’
On the other hand, Reeves has been linked with many after the death of his girlfriend. Meanwhile, sources gave the credit to Alexandra for saving the actor years after the tragic death of his girlfriend Jennifer Symes. They also suffered the death of their newborn daughter two years before Jennifer’s death in a car crash.
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