5 Hot Short Haircuts For Mature Women

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We shouldn’t let our age dictate our hairstyles.There are a number of styles that are very flattering on women in their prime. The short haircuts are the most popular hairstyles recently, you can see a lot girls and celebrities are wear trendy short haircuts. Then, what kind of short hair style is the most popular the next year in 2010? Okay, if you want to following the hair trends, these short haircuts you should consider:

  1. The most classic Short modified bob haircut
    This haircut is nice for women of all ages but would be especially flattering for more established women.Just like Jenna Elfman wears a short layered hairstyle that is a modification of the bob. It features long side-swept bangs and long layers that aren’t too choppy.
  2. Short shag haircut for women
    Lisa Rinna’s haircut is a good example of a short shag cut. The top layers are longer and those below eye level are shorter. This hairstyle can be worn a little messy and flipped out, or blown toward the face for a classy, chic look.
  3. Short curly layered cut
    For women with naturally curly hair, a hairstyle that is chin-length or slightly shorter is very easy to maintain. Get a cut with long layers and part it off to the side. Add a little styling spritz to give the sides a little volume. Glenn Close is one of the actresses that wears that cut.
  4. The stylish short Pixie cut
    Women with delicate features, no matter their age, look great in a layered pixie cut. It’s perfect for straight thick hair. To make sure this short cut doesn’t look too masculine, accessorize with a terrific pair of earrings.
  5. Trendy Short choppy haircut
     A short, choppy hairstyle with piecey bangs is a good choice for older women with straight or wavy hair. It’s a carefree look that requires very little maintainance. Meg Ryan is one of several celebrities that has worn this style well.
Mackenzie Westmore with straight short hair Celebrity Hair Style Picture - Mackenzie Westmore
If you have longer hair in back and shorter in front, you can add volume to your hair by incorporating some kick-back flicks in a semi shag hair style. If you have long and thin face, then this would ...

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