Hair Mistakes That Can Make You Look Older
A bad hairstyle isn’t always so easy to identify—and, chances are, if you don’t have a total hacksaw job, you probably think you are doing everything right with your current look. But there are certain mistakes you may be making. Scarier still? These strand snafus may be making you look a lot older.
The Most Common Slip-Up is a mistake I see women make time and time again: not getting a haircut often enough. Even just a trim will keep hair in its best shape. Split ends climb up the hair, so, for long hair especially; I recommend a trim every six to seven weeks.
The Ultimate Ager. Color is a totally separate category that could go on for endless content in the story of hairstyles, but the ultimate way you can add years to your look, is sporting hair color that is way too blond. It can wash out a woman’s skin tone. Having a natural root base with subtle balayage highlights around the face and ends will bring out your eyes and skin. I wouldn’t want to forget to mention the aging effect of black hair. There is nothing worse than dyed black hair in anyone aging. The skin color fades and it brings out the lines of the face etc.
The Out-of-Date Do. Even if you’ve kicked your hairspray obsession and bangs to the curb, chances are you may still be making a very common hair mistake that looks more tired than on trend. The biggest don’t is over layering your hair and bad, stripy highlights.
The Easiest Update. What is the fastest thing you can do to update your hairstyle? Change your fringe. Also changing the way you style your hair if you wear it straight get out your curling iron. If you wear it curly, then straighten it. It is an easy fix for updating your hairstyle. Or, simply switch up how you part your hair—it can change the feel of a cut.
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