Hair Styles

What a Difference the Right Style Makes

These tired looking "forty-somethings", featured in "O" Magazine, blossomed into gorgeous
"twenty-somethings" with the right style, color and cosmetics. 





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Bangs are Stylish AND They Hide Forehead Lines!

Reese Witherspoon and Katie Holmes
look cute with bangs!


Beauty Bloomers loves the look of thick, heavy bangs and side-swept bangs. Just avoid the thin, wispy, all-one-length bangs; it will make your face look "boxy" and dated. A very hot look right now are thick bangs paired with long, wavy layers. Not ready for the thick bangs? Try side-swept bangs paired with long layers.

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Hair Style Tips for Grown-Up Girls



Blurring Jawline

Most women style their hair close to their face in an attempt to hide a softening jaw line or frown lines around the eyes. Styling the hair slightly shorter around the face in layers than in back, can actually soften your facial features. Styling the layers up and away from your face with a round brush will also add instant lift to a blurring jaw line.


Fine or Thin Hair

Dry and limp hair is likely the most common problem for women over 50. A short hairstyle is most often considered better for women with thinning hair, as a short hairstyle tends to divert attention from the hair to the face. Fine and thin hair looks better when cut in a layered short bob with side swept bangs. This hairstyle is also good for camouflaging a lined or high forehead. 


Mature Neck

Losing that firm skin around the neckline can be frustrating not to mention it adds years to your appearance. However, a short style can divert attention from your neckline and accentuate your best features like your sparkling eyes or high cheek bones. 


Long Hair
Who says grown-up girls shouldn't wear long hair? That myth dates back to Granny's day. Long hair can be flattering, sexy, youthful - or it can make you look like an old witch. Long, unstyled hair looks great on teenagers and twenty-somethings, but beyond that it'll just make you look like an old hag. Like everything else, if you want to look good, you're going to have to put a little effort into it. 


What's Your Face Shape?
You're not going to want to hear this, but as we mature, our face shape changes. What once was oval may have taken on a more squareish shape. Knowing your face shape will help you find the right hairstyle.Take the "Face Shape" Quiz at Daily Makeover!

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What Shape is Your Face?



Your face is oval if:
 It's widest at the cheekbones and slightly tapered at the forehead and jaw.
Find the best hairstyles for oval faces 


Your face is round if:
 your jawline is round and full, and your face is nearly as wide as it is long. Your cheekbones mark the widest part of your face.

Find the best hairstyles for round faces


Your Face is square if:
the sides of your face are straight and your face is nearly as wide as it is long. You have a defined, square jawline, and your hairline is probably straight.

Find the best hairstyles for square faces


You have a heart-shaped face or an inverted triangle-shaped face if:
 your face is longer than it is wide. Your jawline is long and pointed, and is the narrowest part of your face.
Find the best hairstyles for heart-shaped faces


You have an oblong face shape if: your face is longer than it is wide. Your forehead, cheeks and jawline are all the same width, and your jawline is probably rounded.
Find the best hairstyle for oblong faces 


You have a diamond face shape if: your face is slightly longer than it is wide., and your jawline is pointed. Your cheekbones are high-set, and are the widest part of your face.
Find top hairstyles for diamond-shaped faces 

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