Haircut Ideas for Any Age
Five Real Simple readers wanted to reboot their hair with new cuts and color. See what happened. By Anne Marie O’Connor
Does your hair take more time than it should? If you’re reading this, the answer is probably yes. The experts are here to help, with seven styling shortcuts that will streamline your routine.
Before: Millie Ayala, 52
“I need to blow-dry it for 30 to 40 minutes or else it’s really coarse and frizzy,” says Millie, an insurance consultant and the mother of two grown children, of the cut she has had “forever.” “I’d really like something easier.” She also has a lot of gray (“It’s hereditary,” she says with a sigh), which she colors herself, and she would like to brighten up her hair. “I want to look like me—but better!”