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I am 25 years old , am I getting old?

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June 16, 2019 / By Billie
Question: I am 25 years old. 40 % of my hairs have become grey. i don't have problem with that but now days my cheast hairs are also getting grey. what is the problem and what is the solution.
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Ailsa Ailsa | 7 days ago
25's not old like the other answer die your hair and wax your chest. IM only 28 and i am going bauld and i don't cear when it gets to noticebal i will just shave my head problem solved.
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Ailsa Originally Answered: Im a wedding photographer for more than 3 years now, im from the Philippines and will be moving to the United States in 5-8 years time.?
It might be that your girlfriend is not totally aware of all the possibilities for photography as a career in US. Furthermore she is probably sceptical that starting out in photography will bring in enough of an income to keep you both. And, because you can't take your customer base with you to America you will have to self start again. So the sensible thing would be to approach your move in a dual way. Seldom do immigrants get the job of their dreams when they move country. You have to start small and work your way up to where you are aiming to go. So take all of your equipment with you, don't leave it behind. But be prepared to take whatever you can get in the way of work when you are fresh off the plane in US. You may not love your job, but, whilst you do that, you can be looking into the photography opportunities as you do it, not floundering around trying to get started and having no money. Make no mistake. Emigrating anywhere is not for wimps. Its tough competing against a ready made home workforce and you have to muscle your way in. So be tough, be determined, take your girlfriend's advice, but don't let go of your real aim and dream.
Ailsa Originally Answered: Im a wedding photographer for more than 3 years now, im from the Philippines and will be moving to the United States in 5-8 years time.?
How long you are making wedding picture? I am a wedding photographer too and I don't consider myself a professional (it's ppl should judge). Good photographs are always in trend and maybe in Philippines you don't have so competition as you will have in US. 1st of all you should read more about photography and make your portfolio. PS you can start your photo education from here https://keepsnap.com/blog .Good luck!

Tom Tom
Sometimes it is just hereditary and it doesn't mean you are getting old. It runs in my family, because of my father turning all grey in his 20's, and at 21, I had to start coloring my hair because of grey and both my sisters and a brother went grey early on. I think in men, it doesn't matter much, but for women it ages their appearance. Look at Richard Gere and Emmylou Harris.(both prematurely grey).
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Raven Raven
u know, some people genetically have this problem, doesn't mean ur sick or anything and ur definitely not old. Get hair dye :).
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Raven Originally Answered: What if men of recent years literally made the "artifacts" they said were from hundreds/thousands/millions of years ago?
Based on science past record, you should be able to cash in on it and die long before anybody figures out it is a hoax. Look at the Piltdown Man. Presented in 1908, not exposed as a fraud until 1953.. This lead people to look closer at Dawsons work and they found no less than 38 fakes and hoaxes. Dawson apparently made a career out of duping scientists starting as early as 1891 with his discovery of a bird mammal transitional form Plagiaulax dawsoni. That was a deliberate fraud, but what about the noseless lemur... Discovered in 1898, Arrhinolemur scalabrinii was referred to as the Noseless Lemur. After 114 years later, Brian Sidlauskas a fisheries expert and Richard Vari, an ichthyologist did a detailed examination of this 8 million year old primate fossil and determined it was not a Lemur, it was a fish. There are other examples but the pattern is be it honest misinterpretation of the artifact/fossil or deliberate fraud, if it is in agreement with current thinking paleontology is sufficiently subjective that one can successfully pass something off without facing much critical scrutiny, and that is all you need. Just a few finds to make yourself a name and you can collect speakers fees for guest lectures or presentations for the rest of your life. you may even get other bankable honors - honorary degrees, and other things that allow you to raise your fees for speaking or get your foot into to door to more lucrative venues. That is not to say you could cash in writing books, peer review fees, appointment to review boards with a scientific journal or other such things that tend to be reserved for people who make such discoveries.

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