Wednesday, 16 November 2016

Hairstyles To Make You Look Younger

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Youth and longevity - people have started to focus the spotlight on these two things, so much so that the Global Wellness Institute estimates that industry is currently worth US$3.4 trillion which is three times what the pharmaceutical industry is worth.

Suddenly, focus has shifted from away from disease treatment to prevention. This lever change is important. It highlights people’s desire for quality of life beyond their retirement.

Anti-aging creams which belong to the beauty and anti-aging category are currently worth US$679 billion according to the same report. This is a market that can expect to become even more robust as it is projected to grow to a trillion-dollar market by 2025.

Your Crown And Your Youth

Body firming lotions, facial masks, clinic-based non-invasive and minimally-invasive treatments are all great at helping sustain your youthful image. What most people tend to forget is that their hair can also affect how old or how young they may seem.

Your hairstyle should reflect your personality. It must complement your strong and weak facial features, hair color, skin tone and hair texture. You must even consider your other flaws, such as a big ear or a scar on your nape or a birthmark on one side of your face.

Consider the following hairstyles that can make you look up to 10 years younger.

Style 1: Shoulder-length layered bob. This haircut will work well whether you’re 20 or 60.

Style 2: Ear-length bob. Go maintenance-free with this variation of Style #1.

Style 3: Bob with bangs. Baby bangs instantly make you warp back to your school girl days.

Style 4: Shoulder length straight cut. If you have beautiful, naturally straight hair or rebonded hair, just keeping your hair straight and sleek makes you appear slimmer and erases years off of your age.

Style 5: Swing layer. Perfect for those with either voluminous or thin hair. Hair is layered with side bangs. Then, strands are given soft curls.

Style 6: Sleek barbered with fuzzed ends. This works wonders for ladies with naturally strong chiseled features like Shailene Woodley.

Style 7: Straight cut with low back. Your fair falls to the front from the sides of years while drastically cut to a bob with a slight barber to your back. Great only if your want a front length that is between your ear and shoulder.

Style 8: Boys’ spiked haircut. If you have a slim face, this haircut will be great. Think Sharon Stone super short boy cuts — smart, sleek, sexy and strong.

Style 9: Rounder Lob. Keep it to shoulder length. This haircut gives you much more volume that just letting your hair drop. Get soft curls to add more thickness in.

Style 10: Japanese Assymetrical Cuts. Have one side of your hair shorter than the other. This look slims up your face. It may seem drastic but you can always ask your stylist to keep the length difference subtle.

Style 11: Barbers with crawling back. If you have naturally wavy hair, this will make for you a refreshing cut. Front part of your hair is layered with side bangs. For the back, instead of getting it shaved, have your stylist deliberately make your hair crawl on your nape.

Style 12: Curled layers with side bangs. If you remember Heather Locklear of the 90s hit tv series, Melrose Place, well, this is the hairstyle she loves to wear, and this hairstyle remains lovely to this day.


Hairstyle cannot be neglected when it comes to looking young and vibrant. A cut, a curl, whether done slightly or drastically, when matched with the right hair color that also matches your skin tone all work together to make you look younger. Yet, at the end of the day, your hairstyle should make you feel happy, beautiful and confident.

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Authors Bio: Sara Biston, who lives in New York City, USA - a freelance article writer by profession. She is an experienced writer who loves writing about beauty, skin care & fashion. Sara’s passion for beauty & skincare became the catalyst for a major career change. Find her on twitter @sbiston.