A hairdresser named a hairstyle that will help women look younger and that suits everyone
As women age, they have to give up some of the hairstyles that suited them in their youth and opt for options with an anti-aging effect. These are haircuts that can help hide age-related changes such as wrinkles, thin and reddened skin, pigmentation, as well as sparse, weak and gray hair. Experts assure that women over 50 should have a fringe if they want to look young regardless of hair color, texture and face shape.
The fringe or bangs can be of different lengths and styles. According to hairstylist Holly Deere, bangs are one of the best ways to emphasize your winning features and look younger depending on what shape your face is. Her advice was unveiled on Express.co.uk.
Wrinkles appear on your forehead and around your eyes as you age, so a hairstyle with bangs will help to hide these areas and prevent them from giving away your age.
"A fringe is a great way to start framing your eyebrows and cheekbones. This bend is perfect to emphasize the shape of your face and give it a more youthful look," Deere assures.
For those who don't feel brave enough for the classic fringe, there are many variations of it.
The descending fringe is the lowest version of it. Such bangs have a long layer that runs across the forehead and ends under the cheekbone at lip level.
A side fringe is cut at an angle so that the shortest part captures the eyebrows and the longest curls down to the cheekbone.
Curtain bangs is for those who like lush and bouncy hairstyles. A longer fringe split down the middle will do. The layers are longer, so you can pull them apart.
Full fringe frames the eyes, gives long hair a modern look and emphasizes the face when the rest of the strands are tucked back or styled up. Add long layers on the side to frame the face and make the haircut less bulky.
Fringe up to the eyebrows is a blunt, even bangs styled just above the eyebrows that is great for those with lush eyebrows. This is also a good solution for women who wear glasses and don't want the frame, eyebrows and fringe to compete with each other.
Short hair goes well with a short and spiky fringe. Use texturizing spray or styling wax to part your hair.
The length of the rest of your hair matters too: curls that are too long can draw attention to wrinkles and sagging skin.
"I recommend avoiding awkward lengths. Try to get a haircut either above the shoulders or below," the hair stylist notes.
Thus, a fringe is one of the best ways to camouflage the signs of aging, emphasizing your best facial features and hiding fine lines.
Earlier OBOZREVATEL wrote about the three best haircuts for women over 50. Stylists invented a way to give volume and "revitalize" hair.