Women in their sixties most often have already established their preferences, style and overall look. Be that as it may, it is always good to try something new – a haircut for example. The hair can be something really distinctive in a person, and being over sixty shouldn’t stop you to exploit your beautiful hair. A new look is not only going to make you feel good, but the process of finding it can be extremely fun. Here are some haircuts for women over 60 with fine hair.
Stylish Haircuts For Women Over 60 With Fine Hair
It is not true that the braid is strictly a young woman’s thing – especially if your hair is still thick, shiny and soft. It is not this hard – just make your hair wavy, separate some tufts and start. You can go with the classical braid hanging behind your neck, but over the shoulder or even a head band are good options as well – even a bun. If you have a formal occasion to go you can make all your hair in a braid, but leave the fringe and comb it to one side – the effect will be stunning.
The young and hip
If you have short hair, even in length everywhere, this is definitely the style for you. Straighten it up and comb it against its natural direction. Than take a fixing spray and make it point upwards. If your hair is disobedient just use a flat iron or, if you think it suits you, just leave the tufts a little curly at the end – this is even better. It is a very easy to do haircut and practical as well. It may not be appropriate for a very formal occasion, but it is definitely something that will make you feel refreshed and energized.
This is appropriate for a medium size length of hair. The fringe is usually up to the eyebrows and even, and the hair is separated from the top of the head towards the sides evenly, too. Then the tips of all tufts are curled in the same direction towards the chin. The result is what can be likened to tusks – a definition far too rugged for this classic hairstyle. The key here is to make the tufts of each “tusk” stay on the same level and then comb them, until they become one.
It is a version of the young and hip, but it works best for medium sized hair. First wash your hair and then take a curling iron and use while forming tufts. Put some fixing spray of foam so they stay up and curled. Try not to leave much hair on the sides. Some women prefer to curl there too and point the locks sideways. It is entirely up to you – having a fringe as well. Still, it is better if you curl the fringe among the other tufts, because it is rarely goes well with that hairstyle.
Again this is a simple haircut, but it requires long hair. First comb two thirds of your hair starting from the top on one side into one big fringe, crossing your eyebrow and falling on your shoulder. Then do the same for the other one third, but comb it in the opposite direction, leaving the ear reveal. It is a very good haircut for formal events and not so difficult too. Just be careful with disobedient tufts and hairs. You can use a flat iron to make it more shiny and smooth. Also use some fixing spray to make the whole thing stay through the night.