As we've discussed before, certain makeup formulations and techniques can inadvertently age you, and the same is true for hairstyles. The wrong shaping or a poor use of texture are surefire ways to add years to your mug. To find out what you can do to avoid getting a cut that makes you look older than your years, just keep reading.
- Got fine, straight hair? Avoid layers, since they can make hair look thinner and overly choppy at the ends. Try a blunt or bobbed cut instead.
- Have curly hair? Straightening textured hair can take away a lot of its natural bounce and volume, so flaunt the beautiful texture you already have by going natural.
- If you have medium to thick hair, getting a few razored layers around your face will give you more movement, as well as open up your face.
- You may love long hair, but if you dye regularly or have fine, breakage-prone strands, a shorter haircut will look a lot healthier. Ask your stylist for soft, rounded layers to keep the look from heading into too harsh territory.