When you are 50 years old and older than, your hair style is no longer determined by the growing trend at the time, but based on your comfort and compatibility with. It is advisable to choose a hairstyle based on facial structure, hair type and lifestyle that you live.
According to an article written by Paul Jones, at this age your hair style choices are limited by what is appropriate for your face shape, skin, and hair texture and foremost is your personality.
Older women generally have thinner hair because post-menopausal hormone deficiency. Do not despair; you can try short hairstyles for thin hair disguise, so the focus will remain on your face and not on the hair. It is recommended to cut the hair to a bob with bangs to cover the wrinkles on the forehead.
Bob hairstyle is a classic hair style and good for all ages, with or without bangs. You can tuck the hair behind the ears or let it swung forward. You can also shaped layers stacked in the back of the hair to give a more feminine look.
If you have hair with layers around the face, form to the back and not down, this is a great way to soften your facial features. Women tend to choose a hairstyle that covers most of the face because it thinks it will disguise the jaw line. Cutting and shaping the hair around the face with the front a bit shorter then layered on the back will work very well, according to Paul Jones. This will create the illusion of a more level neck and also help cover the hair has thinned.
If your hair begins to change color, it means it’s time for hair coloring. It is advisable not to choose black color. Choose the color that is slightly lighter, unless you have a pale white skin. Those who have pale white skin stay fit with dark shades despite being 50 years old. Women with dark skin and olive can choose the color of burgundy, brown or blonde to match their faces and make them look more radiant.