Short and Sassy
Short hairstyles for senior women run the gamut, from sleek and sophisticated to soft and curly. Whether you color your hair or leave it a natural gray or white, you can still have the stylish look you crave and be absolutely beautiful!
Body and Shine
Just because hair is shorter, it doesn't mean that it can't have great body and shine. Use mousse or a volume enhancing product to create more body. To keep volumized hair looking shiny and healthy, use a color rinse to give your natural or dyed color have some extra shine. There are also shine sprays you can use to finish off any look.
Adding bold color to a short hairstyle is a great way to give it some life. By adding a brilliant hair color, such as red or auburn, you create a look of elegance and intrigue. The soft layers on this style are easy to manage and require very little styling, yet the look is still refined thanks to the pop of color.
If you love longer hair but long for the convenience of a short cut, why not split the difference? Ask your hairstylist to leave your hair long enough to style in a variety of ways. Use a curling iron, hot rollers, or just a round brush to add curls all over.
Silver and Sleek
This beautiful model's face glows, and her blue eyes sparkle radiantly in contrast with her side-swept silver hair. If your hair has a similar texture, ask your hairstylist to cut your hair in layers and blow dry it into this simple yet flattering style.
Create lift and body using a round brush and a blow dryer. As you dry your hair, gently lift and blow small sections all over your head, particularly at the crown. Soft bangs play up your eyes. This style looks great on almost any shape face.
Remember the shag haircut from the 70s? This shorter haircut incorporates all the layers without all the fuss. If you want the convenience and ease of a shorter haircut, but still long for more hair to work with, this haircut may be just what you're looking for!
This face-framing cut is simple, stylish, and elegant. The hair is long enough to pull back with barrettes or a headband, or it looks great left alone. If you love the look of bangs, it would be easy to add a few eye-framing bangs to this style without changing the overall look.
Short and Straight
Simple mature hairstyles can be surprisingly flattering. If you have straight hair, keep the length short and simple, with a few shorter layers around the forehead and the top of the hairstyle. This is a great look for many women.
Youthful Pixie Cut
A spiky pixie cut is one of the best short hair styles for seniors who want to look young and full of attitude. It is a no-fuss hairstyle that is very playful.
Whether your hair is gray, its natural color or highlighted, this is a cut that makes you look sharp, even as it softens your face.
More Short Hair Style Ideas
Short hairstyles look great on many older women. Finding the right short hairstyle for you is all about finding a style that is not only flattering, but easy to style.
If you are looking for more ideas on short hairstyles, get inspired by these additional looks.