After-50 Short Haircut Transition Tips

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Look for inspiration

I recommend looking at pictures of people with short hair to get ideas.

go for the right stylist

Choosing a hairstylist who can help you realise your idea for a new hairstyle is essential before making a drastic change.

prepare to switch your routine

While a ponytail is out of the question, most short hairstyles may be achieved quickly with a blow dryer and certain specially designed short hair styling equipment.

Consider a lob

For women over 50 who want to keep their hair longer, the lob is a great option.

Don't dismiss the possibility of a pixie cut

The pixie cut might be intimidating if you're used to wearing your hair long, but you shouldn't be afraid to give it a try.

Try face-framing layers

When you reach the age of 50, you may soften your appearance and give the impression of having tighter skin by adding a few to your short haircut.

Join the bang trend

Your hairstylist can suggest a bang style that works with your face contour and hair type if you have a bob, lob, or layered cut.

Schedule regular trimmings

In order to keep their hair appearing sleek and healthy, people with short lengths of hair typically get haircuts every two to four weeks.

Take notes during your appointment

It is also advisable to seek permission before placing your hands in the region being styled. While this may appear unusual at first, it greatly helps live training.

Improve your haircare regimen

By strengthening the hair strands, a volumizer does double duty in enhancing the hair's overall volume and health.

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