If You're Over 65, This Hairstyle Is Aging You!

When you're 65, there's a lot to look forward to. With less work to do, you can pay more attention to the people and things that matter most.

As you do this, you might want to change how you look to make sure you feel your best. A new hairstyle is an easy way to do this. 

There are many ways to change your look, and you don't have to do the old chop-and-perm thing. But there are a few things you won't want to do.

Blunt, tumbling tresses may have been your signature look in decades past, but now, they could be weighing you down.

After 65, avoid long, non-layered cuts.

Color can be equally important as a cut. A fabulous dye job can transform your appearance. Unfortunately, so can a sub-par one. 

Be careful with color.

Ponytails are simple and convenient. However, they can also harm your hair. 

Skip the ponytail.

Treat yourself to new products.

The best part about elevating your haircare routine is splurging on new products. 


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