10 Types of Short Hairstyles for Mature Women

As you grow older, there is no escaping the fact that your looks change. Most women find that as they age the hairstyle that they had going on in their younger age does not work. In fact neither does the attire. Have you ever wondered what are the fashion dos and don’ts for women over fifty?

The inevitable changes that come with age include the thinning of hair, the thickening of chin, the lips becoming thinner and the appearance of wrinkles. Plus the fifties also means the onset of menopause which a period in a woman’s life that brings on hot flashes among many other symptoms. It only makes sense that you go with hair that is shorter in these years. It looks elegant, is comparatively low in maintenance and feels much cooler during the time when the hot flashes make themselves known.

Here Is A List Of Short Hairstyles for Mature Women That Look Amazing:

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Cute pixie cut: Contrary to the cute name this is a really sensible way to wear your hair. It requires the minimum amount of fussing and more so when you have slightly wavy hair.

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Chic Bob with bangs: Those women who have slightly broader forehead can make this hairstyle work as the bangs will soften the wider forehead and the rest of the hair can frame the face in such a way to make things both elegant as well as cool.

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Asymmetrical pixie cut: This looks amazing on older women with faces that have started to become thinner. As you grow older you will notice that the cheeks tend to lose their youthful plumpness and at this stage this hairstyle looks amazing.

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Slightly longer pixie: Some older women feel that the skin on their neck is not that good and they would feel exposed when they are subject to too short a hairstyle. This cut works really well on them.

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Close to the head: Really practical and very simple to look after, this hairstyle only needs the woman to be confident that she can pull it off. You will find that this hair cut also looks good when you have hair that has gone partially grey.

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Short chic and straight hair: This cut or hairstyle works well with silky and straight hair that simply do not have curl at all. In such cases this hairstyle will make the lady in question look as if she is in the height of elegance and style.

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Classic Bob: This one always works and can be done with all colors and textures of tresses. The length that you want to keep the  bangs can be altered according to the shape of the face and depending on how full the face looks.

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Blunt cut: With older and more mature looking faces you have to be really careful while going for this hair style. It may not necessarily work on all kinds of faces. It is more suited for those with delicate and regular looking features.

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Boy’s cut: This sounds as if it may be unflattering given the name of the hairstyle but this do is so simple to maintain that most women love it. They may in the first place have some opposition to it but once they have it on they will wonder why they resisted it so long

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Top of the shoulder length with bangs: If you are in a slightly cooler climate and your hair does have some body and  bounce, this hairstyle is the one that will work for you. It is appealing and chic at the same time.

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As you can see there are plenty of choices in as far as the hairstyles are concerned for women even in their fifties. Do take the time to pick the one that works for you and is also easy to maintain.

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