It surely is getting more grey. I did not need to shave it. Just got my haircut and it looks ok. I had Liz come with me to help decide if it looked ok. Can see my head a lot more through my hair but now that it is trimmed it looks a lot better.
I have to email a friend I haven't seen in years to tell him that I may naturally (thru chemo) wind up with curly hair. The reason for this is that he and I made a pact back in early 80's that if other one ever got one of perms that guys were getting in the disco days that the other of us is required to put them out of their misery with no warning.
Today is my next haircut. Growing slow, thinning a lot, and growing at different rates of speed. Used to need a haircut every two to three weeks. Not sure if we're going to wind up shaving it off but today is going to be a shorten it some more day at least. For some reason, the grey hair seems to hold fast while the brown hair keeps disappearing. I know it comes back but it still is a bother because then I look like a chemo patient. However, I also don't want to be one of those guys who is a chemo patient trying to hang on to the last strands and looking even more pathetic ( like that guy with three strands of hair trying to do a comb over).
Not a big deal in the long term but it feels like it now because it is the only outward sign.