I’ve been thinking about refreshing my hairdo. What are you and your hairstylist friends saying are currently on-trend for us older gals? I’m looking for something that’s stylish yet manageable, something that can bring out my best features without being too high-maintenance. Thank you so much!
Hi Nancy, I believe the best hairstyles for older women are created to enhance volume and still look trendy. I know it can be challenging to find the perfect combo. But after talking with my hairstylist friends, I’ve determined which hairstyles our most popular and flattering for women your age. Keep scrolling to see all of these wonderful hairstyle ideas!
#1: Butterfly Hairstyle
A butterfly-layered hairstyle is making a comeback. A gorgeous style for your hair if you have medium to thick hair density. Ask your stylist for butterfly layers if you love soft and flowing layers. A classic style that dates back to the Farrah Faucet days. It’s great for older women who want to bring out their eyes and cheekbones.
#2: Soft Bob with Textured Bangs
When considering a new look, try a soft bob with textured bangs to add a little spunk to your style. Shorter styles are associated with older generations. But, they don’t have to be the same haircut for every older woman. With a bob, style it with soft waves to show off the movement in your haircut and give a nice contrast with the bangs.
#3: Low-Maintenance Gray Pixie
Older women should try out a low-maintenance pixie haircut. A healthy chop can truly transform your look and make day-to-day styling easier. However, avoid waiting too long between appointments as pixie haircuts can lose their shape quickly.
#4: Soft Auburn French Bob
A cropped, soft auburn French bob adds just the right amount of warmth to your hairstyle. To keep your hair sharp, be sure to book regular trim and touch-up appointments.
#5: Short Round Haircut with Platinum Blonde Color
A short round bob with blonde hair color is beautiful on older women. To help your hair appear fuller, blonde tones and short crops are often used. Platinum, for instance, is the perfect hue to make your hair appear thicker.
#6: Short Textured Hair with Layers and Balayage
If you have wrinkles, you may love short textured hair with layers and balayage. This life-giving style is a great way to offset signs of aging and add some warmth to your look.
#7: Off Center Brunette Lob with a Purple Money Piece
An off-center brunette lob paired with a purple money piece is perfect for older women who want to compliment their hair type. When opting for a money piece style, be sure to choose a color that compliments your skin tone since money pieces will sit right against your face.
#8: Wispy Bob Cut with Razored Layers
Tousle your look with a wispy bob cut with razored layers. This wonderful take on short tresses looks extra stunning with expertly placed highlights.
#9: Short Messy Concave Bob
Update your style with a short messy concave bob. You will love the cool shape of the tapered nape and the longer sides. The layers are perfect for creating volume or blow drying smooth. You can even style your pixie bob with a curling iron for a dressy option. Try this short cut and let your hair come alive.
#10: Short Choppy Hair with Blonde Highlights and Lowlights
Create a new you and try short choppy hair with blonde highlights and lowlights. Have your stylist foil your hair with highlights and lowlights at the same time for a beautiful color transition. To achieve the piece-y finish, apply hairspray to each section as you curl mid-shaft, leaving the ends out. You’ll be ready to party with your new funky hairdo.
#11: Razor Cut Layers on Short White Hair
Try a razor-cut wedge with layers paired with classic white hair color. For thick hair, a razor cut really helps take away some weight and add movement and body to your hair. Consider your fave profile and ask your stylist how to balance your face shape with the right cut and volume. I would use a wax pomade to style and piece out the texture after a beautiful razor cut to show off the layers and create some separation in your hair.
#12: Mid-Length Swoopy Layers with See-Through Bangs
Mature ladies will appreciate the way these swoopy layers and see-through bangs take a mid-length cut from frumpy to youthful. It’s a statement-making style, using soft, chunky layers to enhance the natural beauty of your face. Hairstyles for older women offer more flexibility and options than you might think. With this look, you can comb the corners of your bangs backward for extra dimension and a shape that flows.
#13: Feathery Pixie with Crown Layers
When looking for a good hairstyle as an older woman, try a feathery pixie to keep it light and fun. A great inspiration for this cut is Jamie Lee Curtis, she has the feathered look with her pixie, but make sure to ask your stylist for layers in the crown area. The crown layers will give your hair the extra volume and light look needed for the cut. Style your pixie with pomade and take a piece of hair and twist to give some separation but add a little bit of texture.
#14: Dimensional Medium-Length Grey Hair with Loose Waves
Try dimensional medium-length grey hair paired with loose waves when styling your natural hair. Wearing your hair in its natural tone will allow for no-fuss hair color. Styling your hair with loose curls is an elegant way to show off your natural highlight. Rest assured, this color will not make you look older but will allow you to wear your hair in a stylish age-appropriate way.
#15: Center Part Waves on Copper Hair
Copper hair looks great styled with a center part and waves. Copper hair is tantalizing to women who have a warm skin tone. The amount of time you spend on your hair care will determine the longevity of your color. The maintenance level will consist of salon visits every 6-10 weeks.
#16: Precision Bob on Natural Gray Hair
Embrace your strands and preserve your natural gray color with this elegant precision bob featured in today’s photo. It’s a sleek, popular style for anyone seeking a modern look.
#17: Beach Wavy Blunt Bob with Money Pieces
Brighten your skin tone with a blunt, beach wavy bob featuring money pieces. Your stylist can help you find just the right amount of blonde to compliment your unique complexion. To achieve the perfect balance between short and long hair, trim your bob so that it brushes your shoulders.
#18: High Stacked Cut with a Warm Blonde Shade
A high-stacked cut with a warm blonde shade is definitely a head-turner. The sharp angle from the back to the front help give the illusion of a longer neck. The undercut helps to round out the back to give you more room for your angle. Warmer blonde colors are a good transition during the fall or prep for going darker.
#19: Salt-and-Pepper Lob with Subtle Layers
Salt and pepper hair pairs beautifully with a lob cut with subtle layers. Remember that if you have dry hair, it’s best to keep it short to avoid breakage. This is why I recommend bobs to my clients who are turning grey. You can embrace your locks and look trendy and youthful at the same time!
#20: Youthful Inverted Bob with Feathery Layers
You should consider a soft inverted bob with feathery layers. An inverted bob is a great length, and the feathering gives you the versatility of brushing your cut backward or forwards. A medium round brush will help you blow dry your style in the direction you desire. Smoothing serum and a curling iron will get rid of those pesky flyaways. Don’t be worried about your face shape, because an inverted bob is complimentary to almost everyone.
#21: Younger-Looking Graduated Bob on Brunette Hair
If you are searching for a stylish shape, try a graduated bob on your brunette hair. A bob cut will make you look younger and is easy to maintain. You can choose chin-length or a bit longer, so opt for the length that will work for you. I suggest leaving the layers on the longer side for the most modern shape. You will be inspiring others with your new brunette bobbed hairdo.
#22: Sleek Chin-Length Bob with Side-Swept Bangs
You should consider a sleek chin-length bob with side-swept bangs. To get the side-swept bangs, ask your stylist for a fringe that is longer in the corner, which will give you the best shape. Invest in a good medium round brush and blow dryer and try directing your fringe toward the corner of your eye when styling. You should apply products such as Olaplex’s Nourishing Hair Serum for heat protection and incredible shine.
#23: Medium-Long Blonde Hair with Long Side Bangs
Medium-long hair paired with long side bangs is a sophisticated, classy look for an older woman. Give your mane a bold update with blonde chunky highlights, and talk to your hairdresser about the best shades of blonde for your complexion. Longer hairstyles for older women look best when bangs are added to frame the face instead of dragging it down. So add some side bangs and give your long hair a needed lift.
#24: Nape Undercut on Long Pixie Hair
Dare to change up your hair game with a nape undercut on long pixie hair. I like to join the undercut back to the sides, which will show off your pretty features and complexion. The inverted back strengthens your shape and is a fabulous addition to the cut. Getting your haircut every 4 weeks would be beneficial and will keep your style looking sharp.
#25: Trendy Bixie Cut with Front Layers
As an older woman, consider trying a bixie cut to really frame your jawline. Add in some front layers that sweep across your forehead to frame your face. Great examples of famous bixie cuts are Selma Blair and Frankie Bridge.
#26: Warm Honey Blonde on Straight Hair
Let your hair shine with a warm honey blonde if you have straight hair. A smooth hairstyle reflects the light and promotes shine. You’ll love a face-framing layer hitting your cheekbones and adding interest to a long haircut. As a cute option, try pulling your hair half up, leaving the shorter front out. No worries if you have wavy hair, you can achieve this look by using a flat iron.
#27: Mid-Length Feathered Hair with Soft Waves
A mid-length look with feathered ends and soft waves is a style we love for volume and movement. The best hairstyles for older women bring a slim look to your face, and with these textured layers, this style is perfect if you have a round face shape. Use a curling iron and add some loose curls for a voluminous look on any hair type.
#28: Ginger Long Hair with Full Bangs
Ginger long hair paired with full bangs is great for women of older ages. With a copper base, add highlights and lowlights if you’re looking for more dimension and depth. Different tones on the highlights like copper, red, and strawberry make longer hair appear more youthful and natural.
#29: Voluminous Side-Swept Pixie with a Shaved Side
Rock a voluminous side-swept pixie with a shaved side if you’re at an older age. Look at all the amazing volume. To achieve all the volume you’ll want to prep your tresses with a root lift and blow dry away from your scalp. You might want to use a flat iron, taking each section toward the sky, rounding slightly as you near the ends. Finish with a texturizing spray and a high-hold hairspray.
#30: Short Angled Haircut with Textured Ends
A short angled haircut with textured ends is a timeless and classic style. For this style, find a stylist who knows how to cut with a razor. Every stylist isn’t comfortable or knowledgeable in razor cutting. Razor cutting pairs well with this style because the razor makes it easier to cut the rounded shape and add texture at the same time, which is a time-saving bonus.
#31: Blonde Bob with Bangs and Teased Crown
A blonde bob with bangs and teased crown is a great hairstyle for thick hair or hair that needs some height. Adding volume on top enhances your facial features but draws the viewer’s eye up. Try styling your short bob with volume mousse or spray before blow drying for maximum lift.
#32: Sassy Wavy Bob with Face-Framing Highlights
Try a trendy new look with a wavy bob with face-framing highlights. A wavy lob is simply styled and is very low-maintenance. For older women, try a warm highlight shade to brighten your complexion. For example, gold and yellow tones reflect light and bring brightness to your face and hair.
#33: Edgy Mullet with Spiky Crown Layers
An edgy mullet with spiky crown layers is an incredibly perfect way to spice up your style. Keeping the crown of your head short, allows your hair to stand up easier. Try to keep this edgy style low-maintenance by drying and then applying product right before heading out the door!
#34: Jaw-Length Curly Cut with Ringlets
Try this jaw-length curly cut with ringlets if you are looking for a head-turning style that will help in defining your natural texture. This stunning shape will grab the attention of anyone you walk by. The soft fringe and round silhouette compliment women with square faces and sharp jawlines.
#35: Short to Medium Bob with a Face Frame
A short to medium bob complemented by a face frame is a perfect transition from long hair to something a bit more manageable. While there are many factors to take into consideration when considering a haircut like this, a big one can be styling time and maintenance. Hairstyles for older women can be beautifully and easily styled simply with a hairdryer and a brush.
#36: Side-Parted Wavy Pixie Haircut for Black Women
Try an asymmetrical soft wavy pixie. When getting older you may be considering a new look. I would recommend a shorter pixie for an easier-to-manage style. Going over your face shape is important for the right length and which side works well with your face and cowlicks.
#37: Tapered Pixie with Piece-y Layers
Piece-y layers pair well with a tapered pixie to create a youthful and edgy cut. Sporting lots of layers and volume will add a youthful touch to your look.
#38: Loose Curls on Short Bobbed Hair
Loose curls on short bobbed hair are easy and stylish. This look is super slimming to round face shapes with soft tendrils surrounding the cheeks. If you update your style you’ll look great and you will feel excited about trying out your new cut. Embracing your natural hair texture is so liberating, but I highly recommend using a curl-enhancing product to keep your curls from frizzing.
#39: Tousled Shaggy Waves with a Curtain Fringe
Try a tousled shag haircut with a curtain fringe to give yourself a modern look! To soften the look, ask for curtain bangs around your cheekbone length to frame your face and have lots of texture throughout the layers. However, if you’re wanting to be bold, a shorter curtain fringe is definitely the way to go.
#40: Shoulder-Length Curly Haircut with Curly Bangs
A shoulder-length curly haircut with curly bangs is a hot trend right now. To achieve this look with defined curls, use a curl-enhancing cream, my favorite is Motion Lotion by Kevin Murphy. After applying the Motion Lotion product use a diffuser on your hairdryer to blow-dry your hair. A diffuser is a great tool that allows heat to dry your hair and can help against frizz.
#41: Voluminous Lob with Layered Waves
Why not update your shape to a voluminous lob with layered waves? If you decide to bring your length up you’ll be more in fashion and your hair will be healthier. Adding layers will make your style soft around your face and much easier to add volume. If you want lift in your crown, I suggest having your hair parted on one side. Middle parts tend to lay flatter on the head.
#42: Layered Blowout Style with a Deep Side Part
When deciding on how to style your hair, try a side part cut deeply and a voluminous blowout if you have a layered cut. The voluminous style looks light and breezy when your hairstylist creates flowy bends in your hair. To amp up your look, add in a texture/volumizing spray to really give the layers more lift.
#43: Edgy Pompadour Pixie with Short Bangs
An edgy pompadour pixie with short bangs is one of the best hairstyle ideas for older women. Short choppy bangs are a great way to frame your face and accentuate eyes or glasses. Blow-dry the top up and away from your face, use a pomade to define the cut, and hold the style in place.
#44: Layered Long Bob for Thinner Hair
If you have thinner hair, a long layered bob can work for you. If your hair is limp and lifeless, bringing up the length will make your hair appear thicker and fuller. Spice up your look with some medium-length layers that can be curled, scrunched, or worn straight. I recommend cutting the front layers shorter to enable you to get more lift around your face.
#45: Grey Blending
If you’re tired of constantly coloring over your pesky grey hair, try grey blending! It helps to find a stylist that specializes in hair color and grey blending but also feels comfortable working with your hair type. Not all grey hair is the same and sometimes can prove to be more difficult than others. Be prepared to make multiple visits to your hair salon if you have previously been coloring your hair at home or coloring it dark for a long time as this can be a process to achieve.
#46: Cute Short Curly Hairstyle
You should try a cute short curly hairstyle for its beauty and ease. Lucky you if you have natural waves, and if you don’t, consider a perm. The soft width of this shape complements any woman’s facial features. For the most modern shape, you’ll want the layers on the top a tiny bit longer. Make sure to apply a curl amplifier to sculpt curls and reduce frizz.
#47: Feminine Pixie Bob Haircut
A pixie bob haircut is a low-maintenance, easy-to-style haircut that works great for older women. Short haircuts like the pixie bob give lots of volume to your hairstyle. Older women tend to prefer styles with volume because as hair ages it can lose its strength and natural volume. Limp hair can be easily lifted when it isn’t weighed down by excessive length.
#48: Classic Pixie Shag Haircut
The pixie shag haircut is a short crop option that any older woman will love. Part classic and part on-trend, this cut brings a youthful vibe while still allowing you to dress it up and appear more sophisticated.
#49: Modern Shaggy Hairstyle
A modern shaggy hairstyle, if cut short, makes a classic statement that suits grey-haired older women over 60 the most. Shag haircuts can enhance the volume of thinning hair. The layers add a bulkier effect, so the tresses appear fuller. For a much youthful vibe, wispy bangs can be helpful.
#50: Slightly Angled Bob
A slightly angled bob, if paired with bangs, radiates a younger-looking hairstyle. It looks classic and flatters women over 50 the most. This hair trend won’t go out of style, so give it a try.
#51: Short Cut with Side Part for Women with Glasses
A short cut with a side part for women with glasses is easy and fun to wear everyday. It takes minimal effort to style if your hair has a naturally wavy texture. This haircut is the perfect option to make thin tresses appear thicker and fuller.
#52: The Round Bob with Minimal Layers
The round bob haircut has a shape that can soften a square face. It features wispy bangs to hint at the youthfulness that older women love. To prevent your hair from looking helmet or mushroom-like, ask for minimal layers.
#53: The Youthful Bob for Seniors
This is the youthful bob for seniors. Chic and glowing—this can brighten your face. The length where it grazes the neck is best for ladies with a rounded face shape. For a softer edge, finish it off with subtle waves.
#54: The Fuss-Free Medium Short Cut
The fuss-free medium-short cut works best on straight, fine hair. The result is guaranteed to appear flawless on these types of tresses. This haircut has subtle layers to give hair a bulkier effect and added volume. It looks even more dazzling with a dark-rooted blonde hue.
#55: The Cute Wedge Cut
Featuring a cute wedge cut that appears stunning on older ladies, especially women over 60! When styled with a subtle texture, it looks more radiant with beige blonde highlights. This wedged short haircut also suits ladies with an oval face shape. Wear it and look sophisticated all day long!
#56: The Stacked Bob
The stacked bob is an appealing option for ladies with thinning hair. This haircut has layers that provide a thicker effect. What’s great about stacked bobs is they look even more flattering with bangs. The fringe carries out more movement.
#57: The Choppy Pixie
The choppy pixie is another hair trend that’s made for older women with thin, fine tresses. It has a shorter length to keep its fullness. Add bangs and you won’t go wrong. The fringe brings out an edgier, younger feel to it.
#58: The Trendy A-Line Bob
Here’s the trendy A-line bob that senior ladies must go for! The bob is simple yet gorgeous and is easy to manipulate. When aiming for a rounded, sleek style, it works better on straight locks. A tousled style can also be achieved. Just combine a little texture and a mist of salt spray.
#59: The Long Pixie Cut
The long pixie cut is one of the best hair ideas that match natural grays. A haircut such as this can be sassy and glamorous, which mature ladies can pull off the best!
#60: The Classic Short Crop for Women Over 60
The classic short spiky crop for women over 60 is always sassy. It shows confidence and elegance. Hair like this offers a lovely wash-and-go for older ladies with fine, thin tresses. Style it with texture and allow the locks to appear thicker than they are.
#61: Trendy Choppy Short Hairdo for Women Over 70
This trendy choppy short hairdo for women over 70 is such a vibe! It’s super edgy and seems fun to flaunt each day. To achieve the look, tuck some strands behind your ears. That style creates an illusion of an undercut without shaving the sides. Amp up your hair on top with a load of texture for a strong finish. Spritz a flexible hold hairspray so the style lasts all day.
Related: See more long pixies for women over 70.
#62: Stylish Texturized Choppy Bob
This is a texturized choppy bob, and older ladies with fine hair will look attractive with this cut. It’s a neck-length cut with subtle layers to carry out more movement and texture to locks. The bangs add a very feminine vibe to it. Such a fringe is always cute but be reminded that it needs heat-styling more often.
#63: The French Bob with Bangs
Of course, the French bob with bangs can flatter older women, too! Notice how a wavy texture upgrades the complete look. The movement is so natural, and the texture appears so chic. This bob isn’t complete without the fringe. It adds extra spice and youthfulness to the appearance. This is a super cute chocolate, shaggy, French Bob. The fringe is longer in the middle and arches over the brow to create a beautiful pop around the eyes. Use all organic color free of Ammonia, PPD, and Resorcinol. It covers grey beautifully and has lots of shine.
French Bobs are a timeless, very versatile cut for all ages. They go great with all face shapes and most hair textures. You can add a little Tonik from Cult +King before styling with a round brush. Then finish with Power from hairstory for body and texture. This hand dries nicely using a little balm and undressed by hairstory, or as a wash and go. You can wear with your natural texture, curly, straight, beachy, piecey, or sleek. There are not many limits when it comes to this cut. Looks great, and is a look that never gets old!
#64: The Easy Wash and Wear Cut
The easy wash-and-wear cut is probably one of the most loved hair trends by the elders. Any woman with thick tresses can pull it off. This chop has so many layers that make your hair appear weightless. A pixie cut like this may be easy to style, but it demands maintenance. Regular trims are vital to keep it in good shape.
#65: Sassy Spiky Cut
Rock a sassy spiky cut and appear striking no matter what! This haircut features a tousled-looking effect that older lovelies can wear the best. For those with thin hair, this is one of the ideal haircuts to pull off. The texture helps the tresses to have a thicker illusion.
#66: Edgy Asymmetrical Bob
Yes! This edgy asymmetrical bob is made for older women with naturally white hair. This haircut creates that strong, stunning statement. It frames the face so well, and there’s a fringe for an extra fresh vibe. Such a bob is a fantastic cut that suits thin tresses.
This is an edgy textured bob with wispy bangs. The cut is good for women who wear their hair straight or in soft waves. Narrow rounded wispy bangs help lengthen your square shape. Apply leave-in conditioner and mousse on the roots if volume is needed. Blow dry using a medium or large round brush and finish with texturizing spray.
#67: Short Feathered Cut
This is a short feathered cut that looks right on mature ladies. It works best on straight locks. The feathered layers are a classic way of wearing hair with lots of movement. For a more youthful edge, balayage highlights are a superb and sweet addition.
#68: Beautiful Angled Bob Hairstyle
It’s a short hairstyle, tapered closer at the bottom in the back with lots of feathered layers and texture on top to give it volume and movement. Ask your stylist for short bangs to change the shape of the cut.
It’s a fun haircut for women over 70 and with a few ways to style it. It could be round brushed, flat ironed for a totally different look, or just blow-dried. Add some paste or different products for a cute, piecey, and messy look!
#69: Simple Straight Hair
This simple straight hair is a fun and sassy wedge cut. It was balayaged with caramel pieces against a chocolate brown for dimension and the texture was created with a razor. I used Wella 6/73 6/ for base and lowlight and toned with Redken shades EQ 7gb 8wg.
This is a great short-length haircut for women over 60 and looking to balance a square or oval face shape. It was styled with Bumble and Bumble thickening spray, thickening contour cream, and a medium round brush. This simple straight hair works best for fine to medium hair types. Coarse or curly hair may require a few more minutes of styling!
#70: Chic Bob for Wavy Hair
The chic bob for wavy hair flatters older women the most. This hairstyle gives a dramatic makeover that offers a youthful edge. A chin-length haircut like this complements round, oval, and heart-shaped faces. It would also need a mist of dry shampoo on most days to look great.
#71: Cute Medium-Length Cut
A cute medium-length cut like this has a finish that’s very youthful and chic. It makes your hair look livelier when jazzed up with waves or curls. This mid-length haircut for women in their 50s also adds extra texture to blonde locks.
#72: Perfect for Round Faces and Glasses
Perfect for round faces and glasses, this is a short and sweet haircut on wavy hair. This haircut for older women goes well with a soft texture. It has a movement that can complement a round-shaped face. It’s also one of those hairstyles for women over 50 with glasses that works on both thin and thick density.
#73: The Layered Haircut
This layered haircut is a face-framed layered bob, ideal for ladies with thin hair. It’s great for an oval face shape, which will create a beautiful high cheekbone illusion. It’s easy to style with volumizing styling products to create a thicker look.
To wear this layered cut, you must have the right face shape. Oval to long shapes work best, it doesn’t work with round faces. As for hair texture, it works with straight-to-wavy hair texture but not extremely curly hair.
#74: Youthful Crop for Short Hair
Short hairstyles for older women over 50 take advantage of cute pixie cuts like this by styling it with highlights and face-framing layers for a really edgy vibe. The blonde highlights on this short layered pixie give this cut lots of fun and chicness.
#75: Modern Permed Hair
Modern permed hair is a timeless style that even senior women can flaunt. The easiest way to incorporate volume into haircuts is to go through the process of perming. This technique aims to give thin hair an illusion of bulkiness. If you want to stay away from flat and lifeless hair, then this fan-favorite look should be on your to-do list! It looks fun to wear, for sure.
Have fun with your curls, try a fringe, and don’t be scared to try something new. This style will work with most face shapes & curl types and the layering gives a soft shape. Find a stylist who is experienced in working with curly hair. You’ll want them to teach you exactly how to work with your curls. Use quality products and techniques to replicate the in-salon look.
#76: The Classic Bob
Living for the classic bob? If you’re a mature lady who loves a simple yet stylish look, this is perfect! This chin-length haircut appears so flawless on fine, straight hair. Leaving a few pieces swept to the side as bangs are clever. It’s the fringe that allows the entire style to have a more modern and fresher finish.
#77: Modern Shaggy Hairstyle
Shag haircuts with curtain bangs could greatly and charmingly enhance the volume of thinning hair on older women over 60. Add in some highlights and layers for a complete look! Check out more beautiful hairstyles for women over 60.
#78: For Older Women with Long Hair
Join the grey hair movement with one of these beautiful long hairstyles for older women with grey hair! This proves that any length is possible at any age as long as it’s in good condition and taken care of properly. Grays can still look stylish and the right makeup can still take years off. Over 50? Then check out these gorgeous long hairstyles for women in their 50s.
#79: Collarbone-Length Cut for Curly Hair
A stunning collarbone-length cut for curly hair like this enhances natural texture. It makes the tresses appear fuller and bouncier. Hairstyles for older women with curly hair also do great with bangs. The fringe adds a dash of a younger vibe.
#80: Textured and Layered Cut for Thick Hair
A great textured and layered cut for thick hair aims to appear weightless and bouncy. To do so, short and subtle layers are the key to create that soft volume. This is so classic and easy to style that a mature woman can pull it off with no sweat.
#81: Simple Shoulder-Length Bob
A simple shoulder-length bob is one of the hairstyles that older ladies with gray hair can enjoy. If wanting to have a solid hair color, paint the locks platinum blonde. The hue works well on natural grays. For everyday styling, give your hair very subtle and soft waves.
#82: Short Layered Bob for Thin Hair
Try a short layered bob for thin hair because it’s stylish, voluminous, and adds shape to tresses. This layered bob haircut looks flattering on seniors. It only requires little to no styling effort, so it’s optimal as a go-to look for most women.
#83: The Short Pixie Cut on Gray Hair
The short pixie cut on gray hair is straight-up gorgeous! It’s a perfect go-to haircut for older women as it doesn’t require much styling. But when it does, a tousled style would be lovely. The end result must be natural-looking.
#84: Layered Mid-Length Cut for Women Over 50
This layered mid-length cut for women over 50 is low maintenance and ideal for women with busy lives. For styling, use a medium all-natural boar brush. This haircut is not for a woman who has tight curls, thin hair, and frizzy hair. It’s more for thick, wavy hair that lays heavy. The layering of the haircut adds height and volume to your hair. This helps if you have hair that tends to sit very heavy on the ends and flat on top. By adding layers to your hair, it adds volume and movement through your hair, so it has more shape and grows out well.
#85: The Simple Blunt Cut
This simple blunt cut is classy, feminine, and chic. This blunt cut is perfect for mature women who want to wear their hair natural white/grey. The cut is easy for you to style on your own at home as the architecture of the cut shapes itself. Use a root volumizing product at the scalp for lift and a shine product on the mids and ends. Try Osis+ Session Label Volumizing Root Spray Mousse and Alterna Bamboo Brilliance Cream. They create a flawless, classic look. Use a Denman brush during the blowdry, too.
#86: Chin-Length Cut for Wavy Hair
This chin-length cut for wavy hair is perfect for older women. Clean up the ends with a blunt, one-length bob. Add effortlessly textured waves using a USoomth curling iron in size 1 1/2″. Finish with Davines Dry Texture Spray, VOLU Hair Mist, and Blow Dry Primer.
This chin-length cut is perfect for all hair types and face shapes. If you want something that is easy to style and maintain, then this is the cut for you! Make sure you have good volume and texture products and the right hot tools, and you’ll be set!
#87: Choppy Long Bob for Fine Hair
This is a choppy long bob for fine hair that looks flattering and fresh-looking! It’s one of the hairstyles that older women are sure to love. The length falls right at the shoulders to offer versatility. With subtle waves, it appears fuller and fun to wear!
#88: Choppy Pixie Cut with Choppy Bangs
Consider a choppy pixie cut with choppy bangs if you want a modern cut with some edge. A short pixie cut shows off your face and features and gives depth with the textured ends, usually done with a razor for softer lines. The texture can be emphasized even more by finger styling with a working hair spray to piece out.
#89: Two Tone Grey Hair with Medium-Length Butterfly Layers
Try medium-length butterfly layers for your two-tone grey hair! This style adds various lengths, showing your beautiful natural colors. This layering method works well if you enjoy tying back your hair, as it includes many face-framing layers.
#90: Mature Bowl Cut with Stacked Layers
If you want your locks to look stylish and textured, try a bowl cut with stacked layers. A short length is easy to manage and needs minimal styling. Taking out bulk at the nape and the crown will help remove unwanted weight to give movement and texture. Use a texture paste to give a piece-y and soft finish.
#91: Alternative Bob with Micro Blunt Bangs
An alternative bob with micro blunt bangs is the best way to transform hair for older women. While making it appear thicker, this style will also give your hair a trendy edge. Depending on your lifestyle, this crop looks extra cool with a block color or fashion tone.