Worst Hairstyles for Women Over 40
Get the wrong cut or color and you could look 10 years older -- or like a wannabe tween
But the real lesson here is to get a haircut that works with your hair texture and lifestyle. It's crucial to talk with your stylist about your styling abilities before he starts to cut so you can help him determine what type of style will be ideal for your hair. A good stylist should give you a realistic idea of the amount of effort a particular cut will require. That way, you'll have a fighting chance at looking (almost) as good as you do when you walk out of the salon when you style your own hair.
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