You do not automatically have to adopt the “mom bob” hairstyle just because you are older than 40 years of age. In point of fact, doing so might make you appear much older than you really are. Do you need evidence that age-appropriate clothing may still make you feel and look young? Examine these eight different styles of haircuts.
The Pixie Cut
Jamie Lee Curtis maintains the femininity of her pixie cut by wearing it slightly longer at the ears and wispier around the forehead than the average pixie cut.
The Chopped Bob
Remember when Helen Mirren had her hair in a ponytail? Yeah, neither do we. She took a gamble, and as a result, she seems to be a decade younger.
The Textured Lob
The lob cut made famous by Diane Keaton is ideal for those with fine or thinning hair. (Layering is the combination of movement and texture.) Additionally, this is the most convenient design to wash and wear.
The Long Layers
If you have curly hair, you might consider getting a cut like Andie MacDowell’s, which is layered and falls just below the collarbone. This is the best way to avoid the dreaded poof-ball that may result from cutting your hair too short.
The Mod Bangs
If you’re going to have bangs, keep them pieces as Ciara does so that they don’t look too severe. It has an air of effortlessness about it.
The Shoulder-grazing Layers
Witherspoon’s straight locks are able to maintain their sleek appearance thanks to a side-swept bang and a few small layers throughout the hairstyle.
The Sleek Lob
This trendy hairstyle has hair that is cut extremely straight and angled in the front, and it has been seen on a variety of celebrities, including Taraji P. Henson (shown above), Olivia Newton-John, and more.
The Modern Shag
Let’s be honest: it would be impossible for us to compile this list without Jane Fonda on it. The woman is stunning, and a big part of that is due to the shag she’s sporting right now.
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