"This is a cut that is best worn with no blunt lines and a lot of disruption of texture on the inside and outside of the cut,
Contrary to popular belief, short haircuts can be versatile. Robin Givens shows us how with her curly crop that can either be cut or styled asymmetrically.
Susan Sarandon has naturally wavy hair, and she doesn't bother trying to "tame" or straighten it with the blow-dryer/flat iron combo.
Megan Mullally's burgundy color is proof that there are worse things than not being able to hang onto your natural color.
If you're going gray you can always dye your hair but Diane Keaton presents a strong case for making the gray hair transition.
Michelle Pfeiffer demonstrates how tousled waves are just as good for the red carpet as they are for the beach. If you have a diamond or square-shaped face like Pfeiffer, a side part.
Beauty Madeleine Stowe's long, lush locks show that you don't have to compromise on length as you age. And while dark hair color has been said to age you, on Stowe
Looking to keep your hair off of your face while still looking stylish? Opt for an updo like the foolproof ponytail.
Jane Seymour has always worn her hair long—it's sort of her trademark. Here, she couples a lengthy mane with lash-grazing blunt bangs that bring out her eyes.
If you're like Gloria Estefan and you've got a natural curl or wave to your hair, embrace it. Natural texture lends body and fullness to thinning hair—as does a deep side flip.
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