As time goes by, our hair is going gray . However, our hair may make us look older than our phisial age when we can not find the style sutible us.
Mistake #1: we have an all-one-length cut.
Without layers, our hair won’t have that fluency and smooth , youthful quality that stylists call “movement.” Long layers remove weight from the bottom half of our hair so our style can swing and bounce. And while blunt edges accentuate lines in our face, layers have a softening effect. Considering side-swept bangs will probably make our face look bigger and your cheekbones stronger.
Mistake #2: we use lots of styling products.
Our hair may looks worse if we often use many styling items. “Mousse and gel and hairspray can give the hair lift for a few hours, but they also make it look stiff and sap its shine—a very aging combination,” says Scrivo. If we have a well-layered haircut , we will not need to use different styling products to make our hair bomb and soft. One drop argon oil will make our hair looks moisture and healthy.
Mistake #3: we are over-bleached hair
As we all know, our skin will loses color when we get older. over-bleached hair will drain the warmest tones from our complexion. Do not use a darker base color with blond hair is a smart choice . When we talk to your stylist about highlights, ask for warm colors , not try dark color which can make our skin look tired and gloom.
Mistake #4: we have dry, split ends.
As we get older, our hair loses pigment and the ability to retain moisture. Keeping it smooth and shinny will require a little more effort. Do deep conditioning with some oil at least once a week is necessity.
Mistake #5: we have a dark black color.
Dark color hair can highlight shadows on the face, drawing attention to lines and bags. If you’re fair-skinned, a dark hair color also accentuates the contrast between your hair and scalp, which makes thinning more noticeable. A few highlights around the face and at the crown of the head add softness and make a dark hair color appear more natural. “You don’t want to look like you’re wearing a wig,” says Chic-cine. Her rule of thumb: Don’t dye your hair as dark as it was in your teens ; a shade or two lighter will be more flattering in your 30s and beyond.
Mistake #6: Your hair is very straight.
A lank hairstyle makes our face look long and drawn. If weave naturally fine, straight hair, ask the stylist for long layers and comb a lightweight mousse through damp hair from roots to ends before air drying or blow drying If we blow dry, use a round brush to create soft curls at the ends of the hair.