The French twist is simple, adaptable, and timeless. It's versatile. Allowing hair to flow around the face or adding fringe helps soften it.
Start with straight strands for a sleek appearance or curled for a boho, romantic ending. For formal events, complete with an ornamented comb or clip. Your event will start in minutes.
Another classic is a chignon. Elegant simplicity. Keep it low and loose or add a small braid above to make it more casual.
The chignon is simple to make. Make a ponytail and bun at the nape of your neck. Keep some face-framing items up front or smooth everything back.
Boar bristle brush and elastic hair tie your hair back. Wrap a hair strand around the ponytail holder base and fasten with a bobby pin for a more finished effect.
With a set of spectacular earrings, you'll turn attention everywhere. This style is great since you can braid or bun it if you don't like it.
Braids always work. I love braided updos for women over 60. It's classic and versatile. It's simple to do at home.
Try braiding and chignoning your crown. French braid and bun it at the bottom. Short hair can be braided sideways. Curl some face-framing bits to finish your updo.