Do you wear glasses? Most of us by now wear at least some reading glasses. Did you get new glasses and are now wondering what hairstyle would look good with them? Do you feel that your hairstyle clashes with your glasses?
I’ve put together a list of hairstyles that look good with glasses for women over 50.
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Adding volume to the top is easy with a round brush and a hairdryer. This style looks good in a variety of colors and suits most face shapes. It also looks great with glasses in all shapes and colors.
This hairstyle is a tad edgier and can be achieved with a blowout and some hairspray. Add as much or as little volume at the top to match your eyeglass style.
Create some soft curls to frame your face. This classic style suits all eyeglass styles and face shapes.
Style your hair into a single-length bob for an edgy and bold look. Pair with large glasses to complete the look. Use an anti-frizz product to keep the flyaways at bay.
Add some bangs (or fringes) to frame your glasses perfectly. This style looks great in a variety of colors. You can wear it with your natural white or gray hair or color it up with vibrant colors like pink or red to suit your personality.
This fun look can be achieved with some curl-enhancing products. The messy waves create some texture and movement in the hair that compliments the eyeglasses perfectly.
This classic short pixie cut looks great with glasses of all shapes, colors, and sizes. Leave it natural white or gray and pair with darker glasses or go darker and pair with lighter frames.
Add a curtain fringe that will naturally frame your glasses. You can part it in the middle or side-part it to your liking. Curtain fringes require less upkeep than blunt bangs.
Long hair looks good on women of all ages. Don’t let anyone tell you that you have to cut your hair now that you are over 50. Long locks and bold glasses can make you look as young as you feel.
Do you wear glasses? How do you style your hair around them? Which hairstyle for women over 50 with glasses is your favorite?