Youth is wasted on the young.
How cliché! I have heard this so many times. Now that I am older I get it.
That being said, one day you wake up, look in the mirror and realize things are changing. You look again and realize your hairstyle and color isn’t.
Here are some tips for youthful looking hair.Sometimes short hair isn’t the answer, try letting it grow a few inches. However long overgrown hair can add years. Cut your long hair into a shape that compliments your personality, body type, face shape, and lifestyle.
Side swept bangs or a fringe will perk you right up. They will bring attention to your eyes and cheekbones. Bangs cut properly will hide imperfections; cut improperly it will draw attention to them. I recommend having a trained professional like the ones at Salon d ‘Artiste help you achieve this look.
Spice it up! Add gold, ginger or bronze to your hair color. This will create a warm glow to your skin
Add volume to your hair. When done strategically, it can create the illusion that you just got a facelift.
Sometimes a perfectly coiffed style denotes age. Loosen it up a little!
Get rid of those broken, frizzy split ends! When the hair looks tired so will you.
Healthy, shiny, well done hair will always make you look young and vibrant. Try using a treatment once a week or shine products that won’t weigh your hair down.
If your current hair color is two shades darker than your natural color, lighten it up. Although I don’t feel like everyone should be a blonde because they are getting older, I do feel your color should look flattering and believable.
Experiment with a stylist that is experienced and passionate about what they do. You can find one at salon d’Artiste in Oakdale, see you soon.
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