Modern and Cute Short Hairstyles for Women Over 50

Short Hair for Women Over 50

Golden girls of this generation are so lucky; they are no longer the matronly 50’s of past generations. They appear young, lively and full of life because of numerous flattering hairstyles available to them limited only by their face shapes, personality, hair texture and color and lifestyle. If you belong to this age bracket, dazzle your friends with a haircut that makes you look years younger – classy and stylish!

Glossy Peppy Bob
A lustrous, full-bodied asymmetrical bob is a very flattering bob for women over 50. This hairstyle is designed to frame the face and highlight the best features of the face especially when paired with fringes or bangs. A glossy peppy bob will flatter almost all face shape especially when paired with the style of bangs that suits a particular face shape.

Flirty Short Hairstyle
A flirty short hairstyle cut very short at the back but longer in front and at the top will give you a lot of styling options. This short hairstyle for women over 50 gives the hair volume and movement that make the hair bounce and sway. Pair it with side swept bangs for a touchable and soft look.

Alluring Pixie
A very short alluring pixie is an easy maintenance and easy to style hairstyle for women over 50 with a very busy lifestyle. The hair is cut very short allover and can be styled smooth or tousled depending on your mood.

Flipped Out Short Bob
A flipped out short bob is a fabulous hairstyle choice for women over 50. It is a fun hairstyle with a lot of volume and texture and the flipped out ends giving it added excitement. Although bobs are classic hairstyles, a flipped out short bob is a modern style that will provide you a younger and livelier appearance. A side part and textured bangs will give the style more definition. Photos Copyright of PR PHOTOS

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