One of the go-to hair tips to help defy your age? Colour. Changing your hair shade is a way to refresh your look, but going to extremes (like ebony black, ultraviolet, or platinum) can also end up aging you. Secondly, try with bangs. Most of us associate bangs with youth – after all, how many of us had bangs when we were little? But for this tip, we’re not talking about the rounded baby bangs you used to rock, instead we’re talking about more sophisticated styles like the side bang or layered bangs. Longer bangs are ideal to help mask the aging process since it softens the facial features,emphasizes the eyes and also can discreetly hide fine lines and wrinkles. It’s best to add layers so that there is movement and texture, rather than having stiff, coiffed hair that looks like a helmet It’s no secret that hair becomes thinner as we age. More scalp can be visible at your part and your hairline can look ragged, uneven or even recede. A quick trick to make your hair look thick is to fill in sparse spots and obvious gaps with a root touch up powder.
Another way to give your hair a quick boost? Pump up the volume with a root lifter to make sure your hair isn’t flat. Another sign of aging strands? Drab, dull, lackluster surface. To keep your hair looking it’s best and brightest, be sure to use a cleanser/conditioner combo that’s free of any dulling or discolouring ingredients. Nothing says young and chic like a messy pony, so embrace it if you can. Always use lots of dry shampoo or texture spray to create grit and texture. Try to select golden and warm tones with varying shades. Avoid ash tones, which can closely resemble grey.
My advice: if the hair is ok, don’t forget about the brows. Bolder, defined brows give the illusion of a younger face, so definitely invest in a product to helps fill in any gaps along your brow. Look for a formula that’s a cross between a pencil and powder, so you get the soft and natural texture of a powder with the precision of a pencil.
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