Best Haircuts for Your 50s

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50s: Ann Curry

A rounded bob adds oomph to fine locks.

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50s: Angela Bassett

A short shag cut makes bouncy waves easy.

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50s: Julianne Moore

A long layered cut adds movement to straight tresses.

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50s: Michelle Pfeiffer

A center part combined with strategic layers adds swing without looking severe.

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50s: Meredith Vieira

A long bob flatters the jawline and is easy to put up on an "off" day.

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50s Real Woman: Josseline Charas

Growing out greys? Forgo a harsh, sleek style for face-framing layers.

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50s Real Woman: Asia Janina Dyrkacz

Fine hair appears fuller when cut between the chin and the collarbone.

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50s Real Woman: Deirdre Barnes

A blunt, shoulder-skimming cut fattens limp locks.

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50s Real Woman: Tanya Pushkine

Emphasize natural texture with a well shaped, shoulder-length cut.

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50s Real Woman: Marie Bongiorno

Avoid stick straight styling which can make the face look too angular.

 

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Philip Newton
First Published February 1, 2012

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Susan 08.02.2013

Wow! Not a single woman with short short hair - shame :(

Becky Bigelow06.03.2012

Hair styles for the 50's are a good thing as I'm about to enter that stage! I find inspiration in this site and at exercise-miarcle.com which has entertaining articles about the product I use to exercise. I'm still going through this site for more information. Glad it's here and I'm a member.

Becky Bigelow06.03.2012

Hair styles for the 50's are a good thing as I'm about to enter that stage! I find inspiration in this site and at exercise-miarcle.com which has entertaining articles about the product I use to exercise. I'm still going through this site for more information. Glad it's here and I'm a member.

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