You know it when it happens because you start to look washed out and tired – your hair color isn’t working. To say it isn’t flattering is probably an understatement. Are the things you’re doing to hide the grey hairs aging you? That’s not the way it’s supposed to be.
Having finished my book Grey Hair & You – and seen it released on Amazon and distributed in various book stores – I came to the realisation that the greatest prejudice against grey hair in women comes from women themselves.
Thinning hair and hair loss can be a devastating problem as we move on in years. I was reminded of this earlier today when talking to a lady at the station.
“Your hair looks lovely,” I said. The reply was, “Oh, it’s dreadful; it’s so thin now.” She then regaled me with her morning routine which sounded exhausting – but her hair did look nice.
When you have short hair there aren’t very many styles you can choose from. The good news is that Denise McAdam, celebrity and royalty hair stylist, has joined us today to give us some ideas we can use on short hair. If you are looking for short hairstyles for older women, you’re really going to enjoy this interview!
Making it to your 60s with long hair is something of a victory. After all, there are many times during our lives when we face a lot of pressure to cut our hair.
Finding the best long hairstyles for older women can be a challenge for exactly this reason. There just aren’t as many examples out there, compared to short and medium length hairstyles.
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.
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.
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!
Recently, I had the pleasure of interviewing celebrity stylist, Denise McAdam, on the topic of thinning hair. During the interview, we talked about the importance of taking a balanced approach to this problem. This means using a combination of nutrition, exercise and, of course, the right hair products, to fight back against thinning hair.
When it comes to hair care for older women, the members of our community face specific challenges. One of the most common of these is thinning hair.