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New York City to ban using “Grey Hair Dye”

NEW YORK — New York Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Thursday that the city will ban the use of “gray hair dyes” in all workplaces and neighborhoods, after a city-wide experiment on the matter.

The New York Daily News first reported the plan, which would take effect Sept. 1.

“The gray hair dye has the potential to lead to skin cancer, birth defects and even death,” de Blasio said in a statement.

“We cannot allow this to happen.”

The plan would also ban the sale of products containing “gray” or “gray-haired” hair dye in the city.

“We cannot accept this in our neighborhoods, and will not allow it to continue in the future,” the statement continued.

“As the city moves forward with this ban, it will also be a source of shame for all New Yorkers and our entire city.

We want our kids to grow up in a world where all our kids are treated equally.”

The announcement came in a news conference on Thursday attended by Mayor Bill De Blasio, Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito, the mayor’s wife, and several other city leaders.

“Gray hair is a dye that is used in many other countries, including China, Japan, Australia and elsewhere,” the mayor said.

“It has no health benefits, and has no place in our city.”

The city’s Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has also been testing “gray dye” products, including “Gray Dye,” “Gray Shampoo,” “Grey Dye Conditioner” and “Gray Hair Hair,” which are sold at health food stores, specialty grocery stores and online.

The products contain an ingredient called “Sodium Chloride.”

In New York, gray hair is one of the most popular colors among young adults, as is “gray,” “green” or gray-eyed.

In 2014, a federal court struck down the state’s “gray laws” that prohibited the sale and use of certain “gray color” hair products, saying they were a violation of the U.S. Constitution’s guarantee of equal protection.