Tips for older curlies looking for the right hairstyle
Before you can decide on a hair style, you need to think about a few things first:
- Would you like to draw attention to or disguise certain facial features?
- Do you have the time to look after a complicated hair style?
- Is styling your hair something that you are skilled at, or are you all thumbs?
- Do you have trouble reaching up over your head or any other limitations that would make it difficult for your to curl or style your hair?
Perhaps you want to hide the fact that you have wrinkles on your forehead or you don't like the way your ears look if your hair is pulled back away from your face. If you have a strong jaw line, you may not want your choice of hair style to draw someone's attention to this fact.
If you are a busy person who is involved in a number of activities, choosing a style that requires a lot of upkeep may not be the right choice. Go with a hairdo that is easy for a mature woman, like a wash-and-go style, which only requires some styling product and a blow dry before you go out.
Not everyone can make a complicated hair style work for them. If you are someone who is not comfortable styling hair, let your stylist know so that he or she can suggest something that you will be able to maintain on your own.
If you can't deal with a complicated hair style, this is something your stylist should know. There are several options available that don't require you to spend a lot of time fussing with your crowning glory.