By Derell Verdier. Women Hairstyles. Published at Thursday, January 09th, 2020 - 14:13:29 PM.
If you’re over 50, you can still turn heads with your hairstyle – and we’re here to help you do so. Typically, the ”safest” hairstyles for women over fifty are short bobs and medium length haircuts. These can be paired with wispy bangs and soft, face-framing layers. However, if you want to stand out a bit more, you can rock a long hairstyle with layers or a vibrant new hair color. Whichever way you decide to go, you’ll find something in our list of 50 Hairstyles for Women Over 50 that are simple yet stylish for 2020.
Bob is known to be one of the most popular professional haircuts for women. Here, a long straight bob is found with slightly bent edges and a deep side-swept bang covering a certain part of the forehead. A very short bob always looks smart and elegant on working women. In order to make the most of your hairstyle, simply decorate it with graduated front fringes and add lots of volume to your crown.
The 1950s was known for its ultra-feminine fashion and beauty trends, and hairstyles were less formal than in the ’40s. One ’50s-inspired look for long hair is the side-sweep with romantic waves. Part your hair on one side, then fold and pin a front section back to create volume and height. It is a particularly flattering technique if you want to add length to your face. Next, sweep back the side sections of your hair and secure them. Gently curl the rest of your hair, so it falls in soft yet bouncy waves. It is a classic and undeniably retro hairstyle with a clean-cut feel.
Long hair doesn’t have to be a bombshell, all the time. You can make this hair length look lovely with simple styling and accessories. A loose, ‘undone’ ponytail will make the most of your natural volume. Leave some longer pieces out at the front and let them naturally curl to frame your face. The finishing touch is a velvet ribbon as there’s nothing cuter than wearing a bow in your hair.
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