I've noticed I almost never see a woman over 60 with long hair, even when they look like they are in great shape and wouldn't have trouble keeping it up. Why is this? Is this the average or just what I have been seeing?
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Thanks, I had no idea that grey could come out a different texture.
Grey is often a different texture. It's not silky and shiny, which is why long grey hair often looks flat and dull. And it can be wiry, which makes it difficult to control.
When my sister's hair re-grew after losing it all thru Chemo...What was once dk brown-w/grey straight hair...all came in a beautiful PURE white & CURLY...soft perfect curls. That was however, temporary.
MzB...I watch for the sale ads w/ $$-off coupons from the "walk-in" salons like Fantastic Sams, etal. Also most of them give a Sen Cit disc Between the disc & coupon it ends up costing about $8.00 shampoo & cut/blow dry!! :)
When I see a woman OBVIOUSLY (visibly) mid to late 40's or older, in a mini skirt 12 lbs of makeup, false lashes,nails & gawdy jewelry ..I have to silently smile. My Dad would always say, "Give her a break, she's trying to make a come-back." LOL!
I do agree with that, Paula, but it's kind of ridiculous on the younger women I see in my office. I don't think it is very professional.
hahaha @ come-back part!!! I admire most older women that do, BUT some should just stop because they look crazy!!! I know when I get older I would not be cutting my hair, I may even color it crazy colors just because!!!!
You look great in long hair in your photo, Sparklea. I wouldn't advise you to cut it either, but if you saw me in long hair... Even my 5th grade school pic with shoulder-length hair screams "cut, cut!"