One of the most common requests that I get from the women in our community is to interview a professional stylist on the topic of hairstyles for women over 60. So, I have finally decided to make good on this request. In the coming months, I’m going to make it my mission to find a globally recognized expert to help us understand this topic. But, first, I need your help!
If you have seen any of my makeup videos with Ariane Poole, you will know that our most interesting interviews involve answering questions from the community. So, as I prepare for my hairstyles for older women interview, I’d love to start compiling a list of hair-related questions. Not only will this help me to find the right person, but, it will also ensure that I have plenty to talk about when I do!
First, I’ll give you a few of the topics that I’ve been thinking about. Then, I’d love for you to vote on your favorites – and add any that you think I’m missing – in the comments section below.
Here are a few of the topics that I am considering. Please let me know what you think.
How can you choose a hairstyle that matches you hair texture and face type after 60?
What solutions really work for thinning hair?
What are the most flattering kinds of hairstyles for older women, generally speaking?
How can you manage the transition from coloring your hair to going grey gracefully?
How can we deal with dull hair in our 60s and 70s?
What are the best hair products for grey hair?
Are modern hair extensions really better than they used to be?
What about hair extensions for grey hair?
What modern techniques are there for managing hair loss?
Should we change our hair color as our skin gets a little older?
Well, I think that’s all I have in my head on this topic. Now, I’d love to get your perspective on this! Please take a few minutes to join the conversation. I’m looking forward to finding someone great to interview on this topic!
What questions about hairstyles and haircuts for women over 60 do you have? Which of the potential questions that I listed in this article are you most interested in getting the answers to? Let’s start a conversation!