Recently, I asked the women in our community to share their questions about makeup for women over 60. We had some great questions, including one from Carol, who asked about facial hair removal. So, to help investigate this issue, I turned to my good friend, Ariane Poole.
If you are looking at hairstyles for older women, you have three basic choices – short, medium or long. In today’s episode of the Sixty and Me Show, I has the opportunity to talk with professional hairdresser, Denise McAdam about medium length hairstyles for women our age.
A few days ago, I recorded my first Facebook Live session. Over 6,000 women over 60 watched the 40-minute video! It was a great opportunity to connect with our Facebook community, share ideas and discuss things that were on our minds.
I’m a big believer in positive aging. As we get a little older, I think that it’s important to remember that it’s what the inside that really counts.
Denise McAdam is an expert on hairstyles for older women. Whether your hair is short or long, thick or thin, she knows exactly what to do to make you look your best.
Shoulders are having their day in the fashion world right now. If you’ve been shopping recently, I’m sure you’ve seen many off the shoulder shirts and dresses. Let’s talk about how this trend relates to summer fashion for women over 60.
As we get a little older, it’s no surprise that our skin color and texture changes. Unfortunately, many of us continue to apply the makeup tips that we learned when we were teenagers, preventing us from getting the look that we want.
Our hairstyles have reflected our sense of style since we were little girls. When I was 6, I loved my pigtails. Then, as a young woman, I had a perm – please tell me why no-one stopped me!
Style can be a hot button issue at any age and this is definitely true when it comes to fashion for women over 60. I’m not sure that I really understood this simple fact until this week, when I posted a few questions to our community Facebook page.
Like many women in our community, I have worn glasses for most of my life. For most of this time, my glasses lived in perfect harmony with my makeup. In fact, I didn’t really think about how to wear makeup with my glasses until I was well into my 50s.