Beautiful hairstyles for older women
Hairstyles for older women can look elegant and very feminine, even if they are worn by women after 70′s. When a woman wears her hair style with self confidence and with joy, that reflects also on the outside. New hairstyles for 2011 predicts also short cropped hair styles, which are very beautiful when cut in pixe style or with layered or messy fringes. Try finding a Hair magazine 2011 with hairstyles for older women and you will see that your hair style can be very modern when cut short with big curls or just sleek layered strands. Even some celebrities, like Sharon Stone and Ellen Burstyn are wearing such hair styles, because of their simplicity and easy maintenance.
Interesting and modern hairstyles for older women in many cases include chin lenght layered bob, which is also one of the top 5 new hairstyles for 2011. Bobs can be sleek, asymmetrically cut or with some waves and bigger curls added. Pictures from any Hair magazine 2011 with hairstyles for older women also include beautiful and easy to do updos, like the one Janet Jackson is wearing with a band. Her hair is curled naturally, which gives her hair style that amazing and naturally free spirit look.
If you are searching for a hair style which is the easiest to maintaint, pick a cute pixie look, which goes well also with wery short curly hair.
Or try short layered hairstyles for older women which carries that light sport’s spirit, like the one Cloris Leachman is wearing.
This year trendy hair colours, also for hairstyles for older women, are fire red and warm shades of red, light and deep dark brown, also light brown, platinum blond and warm shades of naturally looking blonde.
Dare to dye your hair in one of these colours and your hair style will look amazing. If you take a look at Michele Pfeiffer hair style, you can see that her blonde curls look amazing in natural and warm blonde colour.
Hairstyles for older women with longer hair look good with layering and soft waves – the same hair style is wearing also Goldie Hawn.