3 Classic, Ultra-Flattering Haircuts Every Woman Over 40 Should Try At Least Once

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Has it been a long time since you sat in a salon chair and had a stylist work on your strands with magic fingers and scissors? Can't you remember the last time you visited a salon and asked for anything other than a "trim" (no more than an inch or two)? Change is difficult, especially when it comes to your hair. But if you're feeling a little less than inspired by what you're doing now and are craving something a little more stylish but have no idea where to start, give it to Krysta Biancone, co-founder of Amari Salon & Spa and hair stylist at Hair by Krysta to offer some much-needed inspo.
These looks suit everyone - but are especially classy and flattering if you're over 40. The older you get, the more time you might have — and you need a style that works every day, whether you have an hour or not to spend 10 minutes in front of the bathroom mirror juggling styling products and heat tools. Check out these three classic, ultra-flattering haircuts that every woman over 40 should try at least once.
The soft layered praise
The beauty of layered lob is that it hits around the shoulders or collarbone area and has soft layers through the bottom so it offers length — but not too much length, Biancone gushes. "Add a curtain fringe to soften the style and avoid heaviness for thick hair, and add movement and volume for thinner hair," Biancone said. “The layers allow the hair to lay more flatteringly with natural texture and the curtain fringes accentuate your features. You can part down the middle for a cleaner look, or part down the side for a more playful, youthful style.”
the shag
The shag haircut is a '70s staple that has made an amazing comeback in recent years, and with good reason.
"You can use it on all hair lengths, it adds movement, texture and volume, can remove unwanted weight, works great with natural textures and helps reduce styling time," Biancone said. “A shag is an easy way to modernize/update your current style. The shag is great for women who want to keep their hair long but need to add softness around the face to look younger.”
the bob
No list of classic haircuts is complete without a crowd favorite: the bob. This cut works especially well on thinning hair to make it look healthier and add volume. "Even though the bob has been around for many years, it's come a long way from the 'soccer mom cut,'" Biancone said. “A blunt bob can add fullness, accentuate the jawline, make you appear taller and slimmer, and is extremely versatile in the ways you can style it. It's a classic haircut that's always in style.”
Make a salon appointment today and treat yourself to a stylish new cut - you won't regret it!

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