Messy pixie haircuts are perfect for those who want to keep their hair short but don’t want to look like they just got out of bed. They’re also great if you have curly or wavy hair because they tend to work well with waves and curls. Messy pixies can be worn by women with thin, thick, curly or straight locks–there’s really no wrong way to go about styling this style!
Choppy Shag Cut
If you’re looking for an edgy, fun look that’s still feminine, this is the hairstyle for you. The choppy shag cut features long layers and choppy ends that give it an undone look. It’s perfect for those who want to try something new with their hair but don’t want something too dramatic or out there. This style can be dressed up or down depending on what kind of occasion you’re going to–and it’ll always make heads turn!
The best part about this style? It works best with fine-to-medium hair types because the layers are cut differently based on how thick your strands are (so don’t worry if yours aren’t thick). If they’re thin enough and have some wave or curl in them already, they’ll naturally fall into place when styled with product like mousse or gel before drying out under heat tools like blow dryers/flat irons (just make sure not too much product builds up around the roots).
Wavy Lob Hairstyle
A lob haircut is a good choice for older women who want to keep their hair long, but not too long. The lob is also perfect for busy women who don’t have time to spend hours styling their hair every day. Lob hairstyles are easy to maintain and style because they require minimal effort and product use.
Lobs are still in fashion today because they’re not too long or too short; they fall somewhere between shoulder length and chin length depending on how much volume you want at the top of your head (the front).
Long Pixie with Bangs
A long pixie cut with bangs is a great way to add length and volume to your hair. The bangs are framing the face, which can be styled in many different ways. In this look, they’re longer on the sides and angled towards the side of your forehead, but you can also choose to have them shorter in the middle or angled towards your nose for an edgier look.
Side Braids with Short Hair
Braids are an excellent way to keep hair out of the way. They can be done on any length of hair, from short to long and even medium length with bangs!
First, make sure you’re using a product that will help your braid hold its shape throughout the day. Once your braids have been pinned down and secured with bobby pins or elastics at the end of each section (this is optional), go ahead and start braiding away!
Straight Wavy Bronde Haircut
If you’re looking for a low-maintenance hairstyle, then straight hair may be the way to go. Straight hair is much easier to manage than curly or wavy hair, and it can look great no matter what your age.
Just like every other trend, this one has its own name: bronde! This warm golden brown color is perfect for women who want to transition from black or dark brown locks into something lighter but still want some semblance of their natural color. Bronde also works well with silver strands since it complements all shades of grey beautifully without making them look dull or washed out (which happens often when dyeing over grey).
If you don’t have time for salon visits and salon prices but still want something new and exciting in terms of color choice, try doing it yourself with box dyes instead! These products are cheap enough that even if they don’t turn out as well as expected at first try–or even several tries–you won’t feel too bad about chucking them in favor of another brand once all hope seems lost…
Light Brown Bob with Bangs
If you have a long forehead, bangs can be a great way to hide it. They also add volume and texture to your hair, which will make your face appear smaller. Bangs are also a great way to change up your look without having to cut all of your hair off or dye it another color.
If you have an oval face shape: The goal here is to create balance between the length of both sides of your face (forehead and cheekbones). You may want to go with blunt bangs that fall right above the eyebrows for this option–they’ll give the illusion that there’s more space between them rather than drawing attention directly down towards them.*
If you have rounder features: Try using side-swept bangs instead–they’ll elongate and slim down any roundness around those cheeks by adding length at an angle away from centerline.*
Balayage Curly Bob Haircut
Balayage is a technique that uses freehand painting to create highlights. It’s a trendy way to add dimension and color, but it’s not too trendy. The Balayage Curly Bob Haircut is easy to maintain and suitable for all hair types. This look will work well on curly or wavy hair types, but if you have straight hair, consider getting your ends curled before applying balayage so they don’t get frizzy during the process!
You can still have fun hair when you’re over fifty.
It’s true that short hairstyles are often associated with younger people and long ones with older, but there are plenty of ways to have a good time with your hair as an adult. Whether it’s curly or straight, wavy or kinky (or anything in between), there’s no reason why your locks should be boring!
We hope you’ve enjoyed looking at these fun hairstyles for older women. We know that it can be difficult to find a style that works for you, but we also know how important it is not to give up on yourself. Your hair is part of who you are and finding the right look for your face shape can help boost your confidence when going out into the world. So don’t let anyone tell you what kind of haircut would look best on them–instead listen to what makes sense for YOU!