Jamie Lee Curtis recently told magazine Marie Claire
“My stylist, Sean James, keeps my cut edgy and contemporary — otherwise I can go Bea Arthur very quickly.”
So, in order to avoid that Golden Girl look, keep a trendy outlook on your hair cut and style for your gorgeous gray hair and you can’t go wrong, in fact, many styles will look even more interesting if they’re sporting lovely silver locks.
The website HairFinder has some great information about finding the cut that works for you.
“Think of your gray hair as simply another color in a broad spectrum of hair colors. Apart from the changes in hair structure that occur as hair turns gray (usually tightening of the cuticle making the hair more resistant, and a slight thickening or coarsening of the hair itself) that is all it truly is. The biggest difference between pigmented hair and gray hair is the presence of coloring pigments.” Hairfinder urges you to think outside of the gray and instead about your facial structure.
“Try not the think of your hair styling in terms of what suits “gray hair”. Choose styles that flatter your face and features. Look through style books and find hairstyles in the lengths you like and talk to your stylist about whether they will work with the texture of your hair. As for knowing if a style will work for you to flatter your face and features, be sure to look for “models” with similar facial structure to your own.”
Need ideas? How about these: