You don’t have to spend hundreds of dollars to look younger; with a few simple adjustments to your haircut you can turn back the clock. Women tend to start noticing their hair aging in their 30’s and continue to notice changes through out each year and decade. By changing your haircut and a following a few helpful tips you can keep your hair looking as young as you feel. Before we look at our favorite age-defying haircuts, a few general hair tricks can make you look younger.
Pick a side: A center part is severe and makes you look more mature. Opt for a side and part your hair, this will give your hair volume and it also hides gray roots.
Use a shine glaze: Shiny hair is the symbol of buoyance and youth. Use an at-home glaze to restore your hairs essential oils.
Thickening agent: You apply these to wet hair and they give your hair a more luscious and desirable look.
Loosen up: Don’t wear the same hairstyle every day, and don’t wear severe hairstyles. Youthify your ponytail, change up your part, use clips, etc. to keep your hair loose.
Don’t use heating tools: We know it’s difficult to avoid blow drying and using hot rollers, etc. but if you can – your hair will be thankful.
Haircuts That Make You Look Younger
Side-Swept Bangs Can Make you look Younger and Hide Wrinkles
The key to looking younger is using your hair to hide common aging-flaws and bangs are the perfect way. Blunt bangs are very severe and even retro looking, and although that looks great on 20-year olds, you should avoid the retro-look. Rather opt for a soft side-swept bang to draw attention to your eyes, and hide those wrinkles.
The Layered Bob is Great if Your Hair is Getting Thinner
You don’t have to chop all your hair off simply because you’re aging, but women cut their hair as they age for a reason and that’s because it grows thinner, weaker, and needs more maintenance, among lifestyle reasons. A layered bob is a great haircut to make you look young and fresh, without the hassle. A layered bob will give your hair movement and vitality and accentuate your best features.
Shoulder Length Hair with Layers
Regardless of your hair length, layers are an aging-women’s secret weapon but layers work particularly well with shoulder-length hair. Start your layers around your cheekbones to emphasize their beauty, and then use them to point to your jawline, and add movement through the length until your shoulders.