Curly Hairstyles for Women Over 50 – Older women seemingly like to choose curly styles over other hairstyles. It can be due to the fact that older women tend to have thinning hair and probably other hair problems like hair loss, dandruff, and so forth. Here are some curly hairstyles for women especially in the age of 50 or over.
Ringlet and Pouf Curls
Ringlet curls are very fashionable and popular amongst elder women. It works the best for those having at least 5 inches long hair, or women with hair reaches jaw line. This is also very easy to do, even at home. Rub the mousse to damp or to frizz the hair. Then, roll the hair with a 0.5 to 1 inch curling iron. Once, the hair is completely curled, apply some hairspray to hold the curls. To create natural curly hairstyle, gently comb the hair and loose the curls a bit with fingers.
Curly pouf is another style mostly seen on women around 50 to 60 years old. Different from the previous style which a bit loose and the curls can spread on any sides, this style applies tight curls from the very top part of the hair. Also, the curled hair will get teased into pouf. Despite the fact that it looks very classy and old, curly pouf style is a very good fit for women with thinning hair or who need to add volume to their flat and stringy hair.
Curls with Bangs
Making curly hair with natural bangs is sometimes difficult since old women with thin hair tend to hand straight or even very thin hair in the front head. The bangs may look either too straight or probably out of place among the curls. Yet, there is a way to overcome such worries, which is to use curling iron to the bangs.
Instead of cutting the bangs very short or curling the hair to the forehead part, curl the bangs to the side direction. Apply some mousse, use fingers to loosen up the hair, and then curl them. Important to remember, the shorter the bangs, there should be the less curl to make. Too many curls or less curl will only make the bangs look unnatural and a bit funny.