We’re wild about these celebrity hairstyles for women over the age of 50.
As a woman gets aged, she may feel the need to borrow a more mature hairstyle and style. But growing gracefully does n’t mean the fun has to end.
You can have long hair, short hair, an edgy cut or anything you want. “ People tend to suppose that just because you turn 50 you have to cut your hair veritably suddenly,” Edward Tricomi, master hairstylist at Warren Tricomi Salons, told TODAY Style. “ It does n’t work like that. The style someone cuts their hair into all depends on the existent.”
In fact, there are numerous great aesthetics for women over 50, and celebrity styles can be a great companion. Tricomi recommends a many au courant looks, including”shoulder- length bouquets, long hair (with) framed cuts to the chin in an round shape nominated with swells, and short, disconnected lines.”
Then are some top styles to try
1 Soft layers
Cindy Crawford’s layered hairstyle with tone-on-tone highlights is great for brunettes looking for a softer, natural look. The light layers also help to give a further immature look.
With this style, lower is more. “ To achieve this look, part hair to one side and sweep the remainder over to the other side. Separate hair into 2- inch sections and approximately coil,” said Nikki Kearney, celebrity stylist at Pierre Michel Salon.” Formerly done, comb fritters through to detangle and make ringlets looser.”
2 Highlights with loose waves
For dirty blondes like Julia Roberts, highlight placement is crucial. “ This look can be achieved by icing that the hair is brightest in the front and gradationally gets darker towards the reverse,” said Kearney. The layered look also helps to blend the color by furnishing different dimension.
To get this look, Kearney recommends sectioning the hair — into top and nethermost portions — by pulling half of it into a clip. “ Separate pieces into 1-to 2- inch sections and wrap each piece using a flat iron,”she said.” Pull tight and hold for about 10-15 seconds. Once the nethermost section is done, reprise for the top and also smoothly run a comb through to produce an royal, loose surge throughout.”
3. Chic, sleek and silver
Helen Mirren’s hair color has a natural gleam that suits her heart- shaped face beautifully — plus, the many stressed pieces add a stunning depth to her hair. “ Generally speaking, this color and cut works for utmost women, but it would especially shine on those with further defined and angular features, as the piecey layers really soften the facial structure,” said celebrity hairstylist James Valiant of Vancouver- grounded Suki’s Salons. To let tableware beaches shine through, consider concluding for a grandiloquent-toned soap to balance out brassiness and keep your gray a gorgeous tableware shade. As for styling, using a scum before blow-drying will add volume and movement to the hair.