These five hairstyles are very aging: avoid them if you want to look younger. Photo
Young women without signs of ageing on their faces can look 10-15 years older. The wrong hairstyle may be to blame.
After the age of 40, it is important to choose a haircut and decide on a style that will emphasise your strengths and hide your weaknesses. OBOZREVATEL talks about hairstyles that are hopelessly aging and give off bad taste.
- Straight bangs
Some women believe that thick bangs with an even cut will hide wrinkles, but they add more years than some creases on the face. A bob with symmetrical bangs adds weight.
Stylists recommend giving preference to a lush hairstyle with filleted "torn" strands. The bangs should also be asymmetrical and light, on one side or both sides like the trendy curtain bangs.
- Long hair with an even cut
Some women believe that long hair rejuvenates. However, this is a myth. If you don't have thick and healthy hair, you shouldn't grow it longer. Strands that lack volume and density, on the contrary, give away your age.
- Symmetrical haircuts
Symmetrical haircuts look too simple and emphasise all the flaws. Especially a straight cut does not suit full-figured girls with a round face.
Hairstyles without bangs cannot hide wrinkles, which is why they visually add age. To look a little younger than your age, it is better to make oblique or "torn" bangs.
Daring hairstyles like the gavroche look great on bright girls with a rock soul who wear bright make-up every day. However, it is not suitable for serious office workers who dress modestly and wear natural make-up. This type of contrast does not rejuvenate.
It is better to replace it with a pixie hairstyle, which is not only considered very relevant in recent seasons, but will also help to lose a few years.
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