Throughout our lives, we develop not only spiritually, but naturally and externally. The clothing style varies, the body changes and so does the skin and hair. But should hairstyles really change from the age of 50? Or is it enough to change the care routine? The tendency is decision-making Many women over the age of 50 are finally in favor of a short haircut. Women with a gray, long mane are still a rarity. Is there an age where women are too old for long hair? Our famous ladies in the picture gallery prove the opposite. Of course we took a closer look at the matter.
This is how hair changes with age
When we reach a certain age, estrogen and keratin production decline. Our hair is getting finer and thinner and thus may be less cumbersome. Of course, that's not the end! Now it is important to adjust the routine of care to the condition of your hair. Attacks best products containing keratinn and maintain the mane once or twice a week with a hair cure. Special styling products can give your hair a shine as it deserves to give a foamy mousse or a volume spray more fullness. So long hair after fifty is no longer a problem!
50 Hairstyles: The Right Choice of Colors
For our 30th birthday, most of us discover the first gray hair – the whole of course depends on the genetic material in question. In the end, everyone will face the key question: Coloring, coloring or natural gray? If you are looking for natural gray, it is advisable to use natural rinse every time you wash your hair. This makes the gray look especially healthy and shiny. Those who choose to tint or color should resort to colors that resemble the natural hair color and match the skin tone. The use of soft "glossy" materials – as worn by Sigourney Weaver – ensures a natural appearance.