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Do you think there is an age where women become too old to have long hair?


 

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    Cindy Lawson (mistyhorizon2003) 4 years ago

    My hair is still long, and I am 43, however I do see women who are in their 50's plus who seem to begin to look a bit 'witch-like' because they have long hair (especially if it goes grey) and I honestly think shorter hair would be far more flattering


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    Cindy Lawson (mistyhorizon2003) 4 years ago

    Thanks Rusticliving, I still wear my hair long but would hate the idea that I got to the 'mutton dressed as lamb' stage through having long and somewhat greying hair (which will no doubt happen in the next 5 year plus). How it is worn no doubt helps.

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    Cindy Lawson (mistyhorizon2003) 4 years ago

    I think on women over 'a certain age' long hair looks okay so long as it is worn pinned up e.g. in a bun, French Plait or similar. When it is just long and 'hanging' is when it can look witch-like (especially if grey).


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