The way a woman wears her hair is part of her identity. The cut, the color — even the way she parts it — contribute to her overall look. Like clothing and shoe styles, hairstyle trends change, and so does our hair’s texture and color as we age. Hairstyles that once brought out your eyes or enhanced the contours of your face may do the exact opposite now. Updating your look, making subtle changes, or choosing a whole new hairstyle, can enhance your appearance in ways you never expected.
If your long hair is dry, thinning, or has no shape, your hairstyle may need an update. Or, if you pile your long hair in a bun on top of your head or pull it back in a tight ponytail every day, a new hairstyle may be a good idea. Long hair can also age you. Try a shorter haircut that brings back volume and gets rid of dry ends. The right cut flatters your face shape and brightens your skin tones. If you want to keep some length, opt for a long, layered bob or long layers that work with the natural pattern of your hair.
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