Have you been told that you should cut your hair and wear it short now that you are over 60? It used to be that women automatically cut their long locks when they hit a certain age to look socially acceptable. Thankfully, times are changing, and women are keeping their long hair well into their 60s and beyond.
Oftentimes, women cut their hair short when they stop coloring and start to let their natural gray grow in. There are ways to let the gray grow and blend in with your existing colored hair without having to chop it all off. Talk to your hairstylist about highlights and lowlights as you go through the process. The visible roots won’t create a line but rather a blended effect of different colors.
At any age, long hair needs to be well kept and cared for to look healthy. Regular conditioning and cuts will keep your long hair looking splendid.
This natural beauty is rocking her long white-blonde hairstyle. When parted on the side, long hair can give a softer look and add a little volume at the top of the head. Use an anti-frizz serum to make sure to keep flyaways at bay.
Still a beach girl at heart? When blessed with thick hair why chop it off? Add texture and dimension to your dark hair with highlights and use a hair-texturizing sea salt spray to give you that perfect beachy look.
Having long hair means having options for styling your hair differently every day if you wish. On those days when you can’t be bothered to style your hair, use a hair clip and pull your hair back into a messy bun look. Leave a few strands to fall around your face for a natural soft look.
Salt and pepper hair naturally looks more textured and can even give the impression of having thicker hair. This beautiful woman is obviously blessed with thick hair, but you can create the look by adding dark lowlights into your white or gray hair and avoiding layers.
Do you have a bold personality and enjoy playing with fashion and trends? Why not dye your long hair a bright red or punchy purple to match your authentic self? Remember to condition colored hair and to keep the color fresh.
Tie the back half of your hair into a ponytail to add fullness and showcase your beautiful face. This everyday hairstyle looks put together and can even take you to an evening look by adding an accessory like a sparkly comb or a flower at the back.
Blow out your long hair with a rounded brush to add volume and bounce. Use a thickening styling product and a quality brush to achieve the look. We can glimpse a touch of a vintage 1950s vibe in this hairstyle.
Sisterlocks look great at any age. Beautiful and stylish, they look particularly elegant in natural gray/white hair. Make sure to keep your locks conditioned and looking fresh.
Do you have long hair? Did you recently cut your long hair because you felt pressured and now regret it? Which is your favorite long hairstyle?