All those questions and conflicting information in the media about suitable hairstyles for the older woman.
They tried to tell us that women over a certain age should not have their hair long but women ignored the advice and grew it long anyway. As long as your hair is still healthy and shinning I see no reason why we should not do what we like with our hair.
Should we keep on colouring it or give into nature and allow the grey to come through?
At the moment I wouldn't want to go grey, in fact last year I went from being blonde all my life to becoming a redhead, it was nice to feel different.
I do feel I'm now in a bit of a groundhog day with my hairstyle, getting it cut short each time and I'm now gradually returning to blonde again.
Having your hair re-styled does make you feel good, it gives us a spring in our step, but that's only if we like the final result. It's also the one thing that if it's a disaster our day, and months until it grows again are ruined. Life is so much sweeter if you have a good hairdresser.
When we were at school or as teenagers there only seemed to be a few hairstyles around and if you didn't have the feathered cut,or the Purdie cut or whatever cut was fashionable at that moment then you were definitely out of fashion. It's so different now and no one bats an eyelid if you walk down the street with a purple mohican haircut or not.
What style would you go for?
|Jame Seymour at 60 sticks to the long hairstyle she has always had.|
|Helen Mirren experiments with her short pink hair and made newspaper headlines at 68|
|Model Yasmin Rossi at 56 prefers long and grey|
Now a quote from someone who has had the same hairstyle forever.He may be just a man but maybe he says this for all of us.
I've tried many other hairstyles, but it just doesn't work.
Rod Stewart age 68
The beauty of a woman is not in the clothes she wears, the figure that she carries or the way she combs her hair.
Do you like to experiment with your hair or do you have the same hairstyle you had in your teens?