By On Oct 22, 2017 Women Hairstyles
Grey hairs are a common problem of all women over 50. Lighter tones are easier to maintain, that’s why many older women opt for blondish or caramel hues. On the other hand, darker intelligent shades, such as burgundy, auburn and dark chocolate are also popular. Highlights for women over 50 are usually very subtle, just 1-2 tones lighter than the basic color. So, it’s better to avoid too drastic transitions of hues. The idea is to look elegant and modern.
If you hair is fine, it’s better to try a short-to-medium version of a bob haircut or cheeky pixie hairstyles with some teasing at the roots for the added volume. Thick hair looks awesome in layered medium/long styles, and you can try anything from an extra short pixie to long bobs, whether you prefer curls, waves or straight tresses.
Many women refer to the age of 50 as their second youth and the time when they can finally enjoy life to its fullest. When you are over 50, that doesn’t mean you must choose some specific styles and stop doing something you liked before. A woman remains a woman, no matter how old she is. So, your favorite pixie, bob or a graded cut are still with you, because they are timeless. The other thing is the older you become, the simpler styles you should stick to. Give your preference to clean cuts and soft lines that keep your locks off the face. With bangs women often look younger. So, if you are used to wearing bangs, there’s no sense to give up on this idea. Opt for the wispy bangs reaching your eyebrows, like Kris Jenner or Lisa Rinna styles, or soft side waves like Kathy Hilton’s bangs, for instance.
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