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Paul Labrecque's Top Hair Style Tips and Trends for Women Over 50!

Posted on June 03, 2016 by Paul Labrecque | 0 comments


Robin Wright, Ellen Barkin, Lisa Rinna, Sharon Stone, Jane Fonda, Angela Basset all have one thing in common, they shed their long locks and are now rocking shorter sexy hair styles.There comes a point in every girls life when you know its time to recreate yourself and accept that maybe long hair just isn't what it once was. I see hundreds of clients every week at my salon in NYC, . I guide many 50+ women to transition into shorter hair styles. It's one of my favorite things to do! More often than not the results are amazing and my clients are so happy they took the plunge.Sharon StoneRobin Wright, Ellen Barkin, Lisa Rinna, Sharon Stone, Jane Fonda, Angela Basset all have one thing in common, they shed their long locks and are now rocking shorter sexy hair styles.There comes a point in every girls life when you know its time to recreate yourself and accept that maybe long hair just isn't what it once was. I see hundreds of clients every week at my salon in NYC, Paul Labrecque Salon & Spa. I guide many 50+ women to transition into shorter hair styles. It's one of my favorite things to do! More often than not the results are amazing and my clients are so happy they took the plunge.

                                             
                                  Ellen Barkin                                                                          Lisa Rinna

So how do you determine when that time comes for you? There are key factors that help a girl make this momentous decision: 

1) Your hair quality isn't quiet what it used to be. Elasticity is gone and your hair looks lifeless and frizzy 

2) Your hair overall feels thinner, has less body and has trouble holding a blow dry

3) You look tired no matter what you do.You just don't look like you used too. You feel that every time you look in the mirror you are unhappy and feeling old 

4) You're bored and want a change. Or the worse of all 

5) When you turn around and fling your hair people looked shocked that your long hair is yours!

                                            
                               Robin Wright                                                                        Jane Fonda

OK now we decided it's time to take the plunge with a new hair style. How do I decide what shape is good for me? Well it comes down to your facial shape, facial features, hair texture and lifestyle. Use little hints to self analyze and use as a guide:

My nose bothers me. Pick a style with no middle part. Never wear a straight fringe. Push your bang to an asymmetric side angle, wear a textured style to pull ones eye away from your nose.

I hate my round face. Then try an a-line bob. Wear the front longer than your chin so it softens the area we all hate, our necks 

My eyes are two close together. A stronger bang will trick you into focusing on your hair more than your eyes. 

I have a strong square jaw. I almost look masculine. Then show that jaw but keep your top length longer. It will give your short cut the femininity that your strong jaw makes you forget. 

My face is long and narrow. Wear a short cut that has more width than height.

Angela Basset

Ok a few rules of thumb...Short hair should never look perfectly placed. When a hairstylist calls it suburban that's not good. Have fun remember hair can look different every day with products like Paul Labrecque Style & Finish pomades, mousses and gels. Don't be afraid to funk it up. Grow older with style and remember my motto a change is as good as a rest...

Till next month Paul Labrecque

 

 

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