Face Balancing Styles. Sometimes when we get older, our facial features begin to sag. As we continue to age, our ears and nose grow, making the face look older. A shorter haircut with the last layer ending mid-neck to chin can be a good way to diminish the look of sagging features. Adding fringe, with a slight wave and a side part can be a great way to keep features in balance as well. The softer the overall hairstyle the better. Softer hairstyles create a more feminine look while they frame the face, therefore taking attention away from larger features.
Colours. One of the first steps is referred to color hair, the darker it is, you’ll see more, so try to get a light color, or at least make some highlights to brighten and highlight your hair. The same case applies to very light colors, if you like blonde tones, avoid platinum and opt for more natural blonds.
Avoid Very Long Hair. As you get older, life is losing hair and shine, and the longer you have it will become heavier. Thus, it is best to cut a few inches and add layers to create different styles.