Check out these tried-and-true hair products for mature women.
Whether thick and coarse or fine and delicate, find out how to care for mature hair and how to make it look good regardless of age.
The Effects of Aging on Hair
Your hair will almost certainly turn gray and eventually white as you grow older, but that’s not the only thing that happens. Its texture also changes. If your hair is fine textured it will become even finer and more delicate, and if it’s thick, it will become coarse and wiry. You may also find it difficult to wear your hair long.
But with proper care, you can make it look as good as it did in younger years.
When Hair Turns Fine and Delicate
Shampooing Fine Hair
Fine hair looks good with a freshly washed, natural breeziness. But the problem with frequent washing is that it either dries hair out or stimulates sebum production, which makes it flat and oily—it is true that sebum production slows down with age, but it doesn’t stop completely.
The trick is to shampoo only once and use so little product that you barely work up a lather. Always use a mild shampoo.
Conditioner for Fine Hair
Products containing panthenol are ideal to keep fine hair in good condition. Panthenol moisturizes without weighing hair down.
Does Your Hair Always Look Flat and Lifeless?
If your hair looks flat and lifeless, it could be due to product build-up resulting from heavy conditioners, hairspray, mousse, and setting lotions etc. Revive your hair by applying a clarifying shampoo once a week.