He hair It is one of the parts of our body that speaks the most for ourselves. A hairstyle is the key to looking younger…or older. And for this reason, many women want to wear an age-appropriate haircut. Maybe that hairstyle we had when we were 30, at 50, is no longer appropriate. This is precisely what the hairdresser is talking about. Olga G. San Bartholomew with the journal Lectures. What are these 3 haircuts that you should avoid at 50 if you don’t want to add a few extra years?
- Super short pixie: “hair becomes less dense with age, so if you wear your hair very short you would not have any hairstyle options (…). The bangs and the sides are allies in hiding forehead wrinkles and large ears.
- Mid-length hair with pronounced waves: “Very marked waves can add years to us. Being a structured haircut, it can remind us of other eras (…). It is a very perfect style and it is best to resort to more casual layers and younger.”
- XXL mane: the hairdresser is a fan of it, but Olga G. San Bartolomé He only recommends them for those under 50 because it’s a hairstyle that shows aged hair, lower hair density and a lack of movement.
Instead of these reductions, Olga G. San Bartolomé recommends five very youthful hairstyles from the aforementioned magazines: long bob with curtain bangs, catwalk clavicut, shaggy hair, bob and midi with bangs.