There is no rite of passage forcing you to cut your hair once you are in your 50s. And these celebrities prove it to us!
You have this annoying habit when you reach a "certain age" of cutting your long hair. Is there some sort of misconception that a woman over 50 could not have long hair anymore? Whatever the answer, we intend to keep our length and this beyond our 50 years.
While some spend their entire lives trying to grow their hair, should it be cut in their fifties? No way. And this consensus of short hair tends, little by little, to fade. “We are moving away from the ideology that older women need to have their hair cut short,” confirms Don Seeley, top hairstylist, to Vogue US. “It all depends on what makes you confident; what defines your style and your personality. There is nothing wrong with going short as you get older, but don't conform to society's beliefs about how you should feel or look."
And the celebrities are clearly of our opinion: Sarah Jessica Parker, Monica Bellucci, Julianne Moore, Michelle Pfeiffer, Jennifer Lopez, and Naomi Campbell all wear their hair below the shoulders. Women over 50 who are proud of their hair. And all this without wanting to look like someone in their 20s.
However, long hair takes a lot of maintenance, and that at any age. For example, it is essential to cut the ends regularly in order to guarantee healthy hair. Also, with age, hair is likely to be drier due to gray hair. So no question of coloring them! We just use the right hair care, "If you stick to a great skincare regimen with heat protectors and invest in quality power tools to dry and style your hair, you won't run the risk of making it dry and dry. brittle, that's when you need to cut more often, ”Seeley explains.