Is Long Hair OK Over 50? My Top 5 Hairstyle Tips For Women Over 50

Is Long Hair OK Over 50? My Top 5 Hairstyle Tips For Women Over 50

Is long hair ok over 50 my top 5 hairstyle tips for women over 50 fabulous50s. 5 hair tips for women asking the question, is it ok to wear long hairstyles over 50, and hair mistakes that age you and make you look older. Hair tricks to make you look younger hair style guide for face shape. Learn the hair mistakes to avoid and how you can look 10 years younger by applying a simple formula to match your face shape with your hairstyle.

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Schellea Fowler

Schellea Fowler, founder of Fabulous50s, has amassed over three decades of excellence in small business leadership and expertise. Beyond her personal achievements, Schellea’s legacy is enriched by her role as a mentor, guiding emerging entrepreneurs with best practices from her experience. Post-2016, (after retiring at 50) her commitment to growth led her to further qualifications, all while maintaining her vision to empower and inspire women to feel excited about the stage of life they are in, and to and embrace and celebrate the aging process.

Recently, Schellea decided to expand her knowledge base. She’s currently immersed in the Clean Health Master Personal Trainer program.

Her additional qualifications include: Fashion Styling from the Australian Style Institute, Advanced Personal Colour Analysis from AOPI,  and Meditation Teacher Training from Yoga Coach.

Above all, Schellea’s mission is simple yet profound: to support women in embracing the aging process with confidence and grace.

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Schellea Fowler

Schellea Fowler

In over 140 countries, Schellea (Shelly) Fowler is the leading voice for women over 50 in lifestyle, fitness, and well-being. Her mission is to help women feel good about themselves and to make sure that women know how valuable they truly are. Schellea believes everyone has something unique and beautiful to offer and no one deserves to feel alone as they get older.

With over 1.5 million subscribers on YouTube, Schellea has redefined what it means to live your fullest, most vital life. As the CEO & Founder of Fabulous 50s, Schellea’s background is in Small businesses, fitness training, and conceptual creative design. She is a fitness and nutrition researcher and trainer, a stylist, a meditation teacher, a student of life, and a proud mother living life on her terms.

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Schellea Fowler

Schellea Fowler

In over 140 countries, Schellea (Shelly) Fowler is the leading voice for women over 50 in lifestyle, fitness, and well-being. Her mission is to help women feel good about themselves and to make sure that women know how valuable they truly are. Schellea believes everyone has something unique and beautiful to offer and no one deserves to feel alone as they get older.

With over 1.5 million subscribers on YouTube, Schellea has redefined what it means to live your fullest, most vital life. As the CEO & Founder of Fabulous 50s, Schellea’s background is in Small businesses, fitness training, and conceptual creative design. She is a fitness and nutrition researcher and trainer, a stylist, a meditation teacher, a student of life, and a proud mother living life on her terms.

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14 Responses

  1. The video tips for long hair for women over 50, was just Great! I’m 77, have long blondec, layered hair and I love it! I have low- light and high-lights, and a side bang, and I get many compliments on my look!!!

  2. Shoulder length. I love my hair long and want it longer—I like tying it up if I am working so it stays out of my face— I let my hair go grey and it feels more luxurious without color—but will be doing something to add drama and a statement with tones.

  3. I’m 57 and I wore my hair in a shag cut for years. I have a rather square jaw on my shortish face, my hair is fine, thin and straight- although sense menopause it has developed a pleasing wave! Recently cut it to chin length with layers and I love it! Also I get low lights and blonde highlights – this makes it appear more voluminous. And what you said about texture makes perfect sense!

  4. Love your hair video I am going to try some of the ideas for short/long hair I have very fine shoulder length hair

  5. Schellea,
    You are such an inspiration. I am 58. Find your workouts so rewarding. I’m not losing weight but feel much stronger. Yout hair tips are great. Your positive yet straightforward words are awesome. I struggle with hair color. Part of mine is gray, but my hair will only look dishwater. I will put in light blondes next time as i think we have the same gray resistance.

  6. Thank you for this wonderful talk! I am 69yrs , 5ft1inch, and I weigh 120. I let my dark hair go grey (white) during Covid, and it sits just above my chest. It is fine but a beautiful color and shiny. I have been thinking I was to old to wear my hair long and loose, but I do get a lot of compliments. I miss my highlights and playing with color, but I dont want to go to the salon every 4-5 weeks! Your video helped me realize that I dont have to get the “old woman” cut. (Although I am quite a bit older then you). I watch all your videos and always find something useful. Thank you, Dins

  7. The video for “Is It Okay To Have Long Hair After 50,” will not load.☹️ I SO need to watch it.???? I’m not having trouble with any others.
    Thank you for looking into this matter.
    You’re the BEST ❣️

  8. Hi, loved the video! Just an FYI along with the aging part of us also I find my hair is so rough to touch and breakable! It feels course and even with conditioner each time I shower it is still not very smooth to the touch.
    Just a suggestion, but would love to have tips on keeping hair smooth to the touch instead of like feeling sandpaper lol!
    A deep conditioner from a hairdresser really helped the one time I tried it but was rather expensive to keep doing every month.

  9. Wow that is alot to digest! im fifty four & over the last three years have grown my hair the longest it has ever been! Unfortunately its extremely dry & frizzy but I love it long & feel very feminine with it so long! thankyou for the ideas as you have obviously thoroughly researched this!

  10. I loved your talk on long hair! I’m 70 ,red hair ,and long hair. I wear it up most of the time. I don’t care what people say, its me!

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Schellea Fowler

Schellea Fowler, founder of Fabulous50s, has amassed over three decades of excellence in small business leadership and expertise. Beyond her personal achievements, Schellea’s legacy is enriched by her role as a mentor, guiding emerging entrepreneurs with best practices from her experience. Post-2016, (after retiring at 50) her commitment to growth led her to further qualifications, all while maintaining her vision to empower and inspire women to feel excited about the stage of life they are in, and to and embrace and celebrate the aging process.

Recently, Schellea decided to expand her knowledge base. She’s currently immersed in the Clean Health Master Personal Trainer program.

Her additional qualifications include: Fashion Styling from the Australian Style Institute, Advanced Personal Colour Analysis from AOPI,  and Meditation Teacher Training from Yoga Coach.

Above all, Schellea’s mission is simple yet profound: to support women in embracing the aging process with confidence and grace.

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