over 50 hairstyles for 2013 | Short Hairstyles Women Over 50 – Hairstyles – Zimb…

over 50 hairstyles for 2013 | Short Hairstyles Women Over 50 – Hairstyles – Zimb…


over 50 hairstyles for 2013 | Short Hairstyles Women Over 50 – Hairstyles – Zimbio

There are unlimited hairstyles for long hair. Longer locks are absolutely wonderful and the really good thing is that they are so positively versatile! Whether it's formal events or just another day in the office, there are so many styles to choose from. If you, a friend of yours or even your child are lucky enough to have a lush man, read on for some good styles!

The first hairstyle for long hair that we will talk about is "down and straight". This one is self-explanatory. Some find it easier to achieve with layers so that it does not weigh the face down. Flat irons help to achieve an even and glossy look, if it is neat what you are looking for. This style can be divided in the middle or on the page. Just dress with a little gel or styling cream for a completely polished look. & # 39; Down and Curly & # 39; is the next style we discuss. Now, for you with natural curls, I know. You curse them while the rest of us envy you! Although natural curls can be difficult to handle, there is no person with straight hair that has not said, "I wish ....". If you are not born with it, just improve and embrace! Fortunately, there is curling iron. Whether your curls are faux or real, mousse is your friend. A golf ball size puff gently scrunched in your curls helps give long lasting body. If it is damp outdoors, you may want to add a shine enhancement spray. This will help to seal out moisture and stop frizzies. Do not use too much, or you will end up with a weighted lower triangle effect and trust me, no one wants it!

Next is half up. Now these lovely hairstyles for long hair fall off the road for quite some time. No worries about resuming their heads again. And how lucky! These are good because they show the length while still holding the staple out of the face. This style can be made curved or straight; It is personal preference all the way. A relaxed way to keep half up is a turtle-colored barrette. If you want to have fun with it, you can add a jewel stick instead of the beret and maybe pull out some strings in front. Just let the strings hang on your face. This gives softness to the look. Hairspray is a great helper with this style.

Finally, we have it up. This is one of the most formal hairstyles for long hair. Although this can be done at home, it is best to go to the salon if you are not very comfortable working with your locks. This can be tedious because longer strings are heavier and tend to take longer to staple. Find a good stylist and ask to see pictures of previous updates that she has made. If she doesn't have personal pictures of her work, ask to look at a hairstyle book for long hair and together you can decide which one works best for you.