Women over the age of 50 with long hair
Everyone is familiar with the original Rachel cut, so let's meet he
r updated version.
To pull off this style, your hair should be sleek and straight, and
your bangs should be thin and long.
2. TOUSLED WAVES
Tumbled locks are a great way to get a fresh, modern style.
Use a high-quality curling iron to create these waves, but remove t
he iron from your hair after a short time for looser waves.
3. CURTAIN BANGS
The 1970s-inspired curtain bangs that are all the rage right now ar
en't for everyone.
Curtain bangs that are a little longer than the rest of your hair will blend in with the layers at the front of your head and require less upkeep.
4. PARTED STYLE
If you want to seem instantly glamorous, blow dry your hair with mo
usse and a round brush, then separate it deep to one side.
Those with thin to medium hair will benefit the most from this styl
5. LONGER LOCS
These locs are the ideal length, falling just below the shoulder, a
nd are comfortable both when worn up and down.
6. FEATHERED BANGS
Feathered bangs are preferable over a full fringe since they are le
ss bulky and simpler to manage. You may also style them into curtain bangs as they get longer.
Straighten your hair and cut some long layers into it for added for
m if you want to seem polished and put together.
To create the illusion of length and volume, curl the ends with a r
ound brush or dry with a styler like the Dyson Airwrap.