I'm 72, and have thin, fine hair. What are easy-care dos for a senior citizen, who can't manage...
the brush-and-dryer effect?
Some beauty schools offer a treatment of washing,curling and teasing your hair that lasts about a week. I know that Paul Mitchell Beauty schools do something like that, this website can lead you to find a local school near you
by Lisa Brown 4 years ago
What activities does the senior citizen in your life participate in?
by brittvan22 6 years ago
What age qualifies you as senior citizen?No disrespect is intended, this a legitimate question. I saw something in the daily mail that said, "Gift Certificate to Senior Citizens ages 50 to 85." My mother was 51 and I honestly didn't consider her a senior citizen, she barely had any gray...
by mega1 9 years ago
If you're over 60, how do you feel about being called a "senior citizen"?It seems innocuous, but this term "senior citizen" bothers me. Ther word "senior" is dulling and faceless and combined with "citizen" it seems sort of like fake...
by Cynth1548 7 years ago
What is the best haircut for fine hair? I need to keep it looking full.
by dipsmi 7 years ago
What hairstyle is best for thin/ fine hair?what hairstyle is best for thin/ fine hair?
by Chaotic Chica 8 years ago
I'm not a big girlie-girl but my daughters are so I let them do one pageant a year for the local festival. The problem I have is that my girls have fine hair and the curls tend to dwindle by the time they go on stage. Can anyone help me figure out how to effectively keep their hair-do's...
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