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6 Short to Medium Hairstyle Ideas for Redheads 60+ 

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You might notice women over a certain age often have short or shorter hair. There are a number of theories as to why this might be the case, including increased confidence with age, easier maintenance, and trending style for their age demographic. But, if there is a big factor that impacts hairstyles over 60, it is the quality of the hair. As we age, our hair can become brittle, frizzy, and thin. Sometimes, cutting it short helps it look healthier and fuller since it’s mostly new growth. No matter why mature women opt for shorter haircuts, we think everyone should rock their style with confidence. Here are some ideas if you want to go short: 

Short and piecey

Shorter haircuts that come close to the neck at the back and are a little longer on top are quite popular with women over 60. You can add a little edge and style with some piecey bangs and texturing to make the hair appear fuller. This style is very easy to maintain and takes little work to style. 

Wavy and wispy

If you have wavy, curly, or textured hair, or like to style your hair curly, this look might suit you. A cut that falls around the base of the neck can be very flattering. This cut is a little longer and gives you a little more to work with. This style can be worn with or without bangs.

Sleek bob

A sleek bob is sophisticated at any age. Worn with or without bangs, this bob has few layers and more of a blunt cut. They are often most flattering when they are cut somewhere around chin length. This style also looks good with their a side part of a middle part. 

Textured/layered bob

If you like a little more texture and movement in your hair, a textured or layered bob might suit you. Adding layers gives more volume to the hair and gives you more to work with when styling. This look is very cute with bangs, or without.

Lob (Long Bob)

There’s no age limit on a lob and it’s the perfect transition hairstyle if you’ve always had long hair but want to try something a little shorter. Lobs look great with some layering and bangs if you like. Like long hair, lobs can be styled straight, wavy or curly and are one of the most flattering haircuts.


If your red curls are still bouncy and full, embrace them! Styling curly hair can be cumbersome, but a good curly cut will make it easier. If you don’t have curly hair and want it, you can always opt for a perm. Curls are great for adding volume and movement to your hair. 

Rock it like a Redhead! 


READ: 5 Trendy Short Hairstyles for Redheads

READ: 7 Easy and Cute Hairstyles for Redheads With Curly Hair