It’s official—blondes may have more fun but going gray is getting all the attention. On designer runways, in celebrity circles and with the eternally chic–like Daphne Guinness–going gray is anything but granny! From Warhol White to Brillo steel, a new breed of silver streaked Rapunzels are letting their hair down. Young women like Pixie Geldof, Tilda Swinton and Kate Moss have bleached their hair a silver platinum tone. It’s a head turning hue for hair and a signature look for icons like Kate Lanphear, fashion editor at Elle—NO—Correction–style director of T Magazine: NY Times Style Magazine who said back in 2010– it’s meant to read “more subversive than glamorous.”

Well, fast forward to 2013. “At Edris, going to gray can be absolutely great and is meant to be more glamorous than subversive.” says colorist Joshua “There’s absolutely no reason for hesitation. With the new products out there, you can go gray slowly or overnight. Low lights make your hair look like a million bucks during the transition to gray. They give the illusion of uniformity to unevenly graying hair and I can apply color to individual strands of hair to make your transition to silver vixen seamless.” Joshua Dieffenbacher, “Whether your tresses are midnight black or arctic ice –straight, kinky or curly locks are my ice creams.”

So if you want to strike out in a bold new direction this year, come see Joshua—colorist extraordinaire- for a consultation and consider the beauty and ease of your natural gray hair. There may be a silver haired temptress hiding in you.