As we age and things start to droop, we want to preserve layers around the face so
we can sweep up and away to create the illusion of tighter skin. Your stylist can produce a cut that suits your features if you tell them.
This style is versatile and low-maintenance. It's short enough to style quickly yet long enough to clip in a bun.
Maintaining healthy hair ends requires regular haircuts. Trim every six to eight weeks. This prevents split ends from breaking, providing silkier hair.
Dry skin and hair make hair brittle, frizzy, thin, and break as we age.
Alternate protein-rich and moisturizing shampoos to retain moisture and protein in your hair follicle. It keeps it glossy, robust, and elastic.
After 50, lengthy hair requires styling. This may involve daily touch-ups or curl revamps.
For days when you don't have time or want to use heat, learn a couple updos like a French twist or chignon.