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stupidstupidme
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Default  Posted: 1:05 PM, April 11th (Thursday)

I have a question... I have had my hair various lengths throughout my adulthood. Currently, I have been letting it grow for the past two years, and it is nearing my bra strap. Not quite there, but definitely past my shoulders.

I like it. I love it long, and want to keep growing it a little more - maybe to bra strap, then have a nice style and keep that for a while.

I am thinking that at 40 years old, this might be my last go-round with long hair. Do you think that after a certain age, women trying to keep really long hair just doesn't look good? For some reason, I have this idea in my head and I've definitely seen some older women that really need to cut that shit... but I also thinks it depends on the hair and the style. I think I've seen women in their older years with nice, beautiful long hair too.

Thoughts? (oh and my hairdresser made some side comment about it too - which kind of got me thinking...)


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Default  Posted: 1:27 PM, April 11th (Thursday)

When I was in high school, my art teacher was probably in her 60s. She had waist length white hair. The tips were grey, like a dip dye almost, except it had just turned white over time. It was beautiful and fit her personality perfectly. She usually wore it down. She was definitely the stereotypical art teacher, always wore lots of hemp jewelry, long flowy skirts, loose, flowy tops.

I think it completely depends on 1) your hair type (hair like mine looks awful long, gets all stringy), 2) your personality, and 3) somewhat your profession - but that's more a matter of how you style it (I'm thinking buns or clipped up) than the actual length.


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Newlease
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Default  Posted: 2:12 PM, April 11th (Thursday)

I don't think there are RULES about hair length anymore. As long as it is kept up - styled, etc., I think it is perfectly acceptable to have longer hair as you get older.

The most important thing is that YOU like it. If you feel it looks good, that will project to other people.

I'm 52 and have gray shoulder-length hair. I think I look fabulous!

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Default  Posted: 2:15 PM, April 11th (Thursday)

I think the women of a certain age can't wear long hair custom should go the way of mom jeans.


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stupidstupidme
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Default  Posted: 2:18 PM, April 11th (Thursday)

Yay! hahahaha now I'm growing it out even longer, just to spite my hair dresser! hahaha


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Default  Posted: 2:29 PM, April 11th (Thursday)

I have super long hair and I'm 46. I get compliments all the time on it. If people think it's too young a hairstyle for me, they've kindly not said so to my face lol.

But it takes upkeep. A good cut (there are multiple layers to help it lay well), keratin treatments to cut down on the tangling, and again to help it lay well, use a lot more shampoo etc.

I also only wash it once a week b/c it's such a bear to wash and blow out.

Overall though, if it looks good on you, or rather you think it looks good on you, then do it.

But then, I have a Hello Kitty phone case and travel mug so I may not be the best person to comment about age appropriate things


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Default  Posted: 2:54 PM, April 11th (Thursday)

I'll be 45 in a few months... I have long hair (as long as it will grow) and I intend to keep it that way until I'm dead.

I don't care what anyone thinks.


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Default  Posted: 3:49 PM, April 11th (Thursday)

I have super long hair and I'm 46.

That's because you look 36!

I've been growing my hair out too. Had multicolored tips this year. I'll be 40 in a couple of months and I'm noticing more and more white hairs. I was wondering if I looked like I was in some sort of midlife crisis and maybe I should nix the reds/pinks/blues/greens and cut my hair shorter.


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stupidstupidme
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Default  Posted: 3:53 PM, April 11th (Thursday)

Thanks Holly - that's another good point!

I just bought hair dye yesterday - for almost two years, I have kept my hair a solid warm dark brown color. I love it, but I do get bored easily, and from my teen years until just a few years ago, I loved the reds... a nice dark auburn - burgundy color. I really thought about doing it again, but went with the dark brown again - thinking it being so long and me being so OLD - might look too... I dunno - crass... tacky? Prob not, just my fear.


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Default  Posted: 4:02 PM, April 11th (Thursday)

Do it if you like it. I don't think it's an age thing at all.
I'm a natural very light blond and it's thick enough but fine like a child's. It is a mess too long. I had it to my butt when I was in my 20s and I miss it but some how during the aging process it's not what it use to be and was never the same after heavy meds when I was very sick in my 40s. I won't cut it too short but I wish I could have it that long again.

I have 40-long hair envy.

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Default  Posted: 10:01 PM, April 11th (Thursday)

I think long hair on mature women looks fabulous, especially if it is white or a nice grey. My great grandmother wore hers coiled on her head like a plaited crown, and when she let it down it was to her waist (from pictures I've seen.) I would so like to grow mine out, but have to wear pain patches and apply analgesic ointment 4X daily high up on my neck for nerve damage, so I wear a pixie cut. I think with the right cut and proper maintenance, long hair looks good at any age on a woman.


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Default  Posted: 10:09 PM, April 11th (Thursday)

I'm 43 and have long hair and get compliments. My sister has longer hair too and she is 47.

She had a friend who would always tell her that her hair was too long for her age. I always took it as jealousy.


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Default  Posted: 10:10 PM, April 11th (Thursday)

I asked my stylist about this as my hair is down to my lower back. It's healthy and a dark blonde. I get compliments on it all the time.

I asked her if age is an indicator of when to chop it off and she said nope. As long as it's taken care of and looks great - go for it.

I told her to make sure to tell me if my long hair needs to go. She said she'd definitely let me know.


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Default  Posted: 10:11 PM, April 11th (Thursday)

Google "celebrities over 40 with long hair". There are a lot of them.


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Default  Posted: 10:13 PM, April 11th (Thursday)

You might want to take a look at this:

http://www.stylelist.com/view/the-best-haircuts-for-women-in-their-40s-50s-and-60s/?icid=maing-grid7%7Cmain5%7Cdl11%7Csec1_lnk3%26pLid%3D296511

Lots of long hairstyles on older women...


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Default  Posted: 1:28 AM, April 12th (Friday)

I posted something on this a few months ago....I have long hair and I just turned 50. My mother is constantly badgering me to cut it...."Women over a certain age should have short hair"! BS!

I love it. As long as it's clean and kept well and it makes YOU happy...do what you want!


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Default  Posted: 2:18 AM, April 12th (Friday)

A middle aged guys POV here. I love long hair on women. As long as its kept neat and taken care of I find it a beautifull thing. I had this kinda sorta relationship with a woman this past year and her hair was long. About 6" from her butt. She mostly had it in a pony tail and she looked nice. And wen we went out she would curl it. At 47 she was still getting looks from guys. I took her to a wedding late last year and she had it professionally. I have to say when I saw her I almost died. She looked that beautiful. She is also very petite and very buxomy. So the long hair compliments her very nicely.


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Default  Posted: 12:58 PM, April 12th (Friday)

I think rules like this are outdated & absurd. Do people really make judgements based on age/hair length anymore? How is it even applicable in this day & age?


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Default  Posted: 2:31 PM, April 12th (Friday)

I have long hair and I'm not a spring chicken. Its hard to tell my age, I am always told- maybe its the longer hair? . I asked my stylist if it was time to hack it off short and he was aghast. He says there aren't rules as far as length, but rules as far as style- have a style that suits you.

[This message edited by SoVerySadNow at 2:46 PM, April 12th (Friday)]


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Default  Posted: 3:01 PM, April 12th (Friday)

Ok SSM let me set you straight her.

1. 40 IS NOT OLD>
2. It's your hair do with it what you want. After all it's only hair, and it will always grow.
3. Get a new hairdresser or call her out on it. It's not like your growing it out to the crack of your behind.
4. I too colored my hair for a long time, trying to cover my grays. Problem was the color just didn't stick to it. Box job, or salon job, or really expensive salon job, it would be off the grays in a matter of days!!! I gave up, and went back to my natural color, and have since started to highlight it. I like it. It brightens my face, blends the grays, and does not require being done more than once every few months. I have seen pics of you and I bet you would look darling with highlights.


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Default  Posted: 2:15 AM, April 13th (Saturday)

Hmmm,I made the mistake of making that erroneous correlation too, and chopped off all my hair aged 48. But then I was also carrying all the woes of my world and others.

Now, having cast off those woes and taking less responsibility for others', I am growing my hair long again. I like the versatility and choice of many different styles.

And according to DH I got seriously eyed up by a group of young surfing dudes the other day (not something I ever see!), so maybe the long hair not so ageing after all.


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Default  Posted: 7:28 AM, April 13th (Saturday)

This is me age 35 with very short hair (ignore the rotten little kid I'm restraining )

This is me age 58 with long hair-I don't think it's aging...


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Default  Posted: 7:31 AM, April 13th (Saturday)

People should wear their hair however they like it and feel good about it.

Women are really in a no win situation. Wear your hair "too long" and people will say you're too old or whatever. But wear your hair really short (like me) and they say that it looks like a man/dyke/not feminine.

Since you cannot possibly hope to please everyone go ahead and please yourself.


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Default  Posted: 7:45 AM, April 13th (Saturday)

Sad - that restraint picture is cracking me up but good. The look on his face is priceless. As for you - gorgeous at every age.


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Default  Posted: 8:02 AM, April 13th (Saturday)

I think the key to women's hair is finding a style that suits you and your hair type, and the amount of effort you're willing to put into it. A good cut makes all the difference, especially for long hair.

ps. just saw the post about the hair color. I say, embrace your inner redhead. I did, at age 45.

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Default  Posted: 9:14 AM, April 13th (Saturday)

I do think it has more to do with hair condition than your age. But that goes for any age. We all knew girls whose hair was so thin that it looked better shorter. Sometimes that's just the hand the person was dealt.

There's a woman where I work who has to be in her early 60s but she has this massive cascade of waist-length red-gold hair, not poofed or teased, just so thick and gorgeous. It'd be a crime if she'd thought she just had to do away with all of that simply because of her age.

In my 20s I was rocking the waist-length cascade myself, but these days I can't pull off anything more than 3 inches or so past my shoulders. Just starts to look raggedy. Your hair looks quite shiny, I think you're probably good for whatever length you want.


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Default  Posted: 9:30 AM, April 13th (Saturday)

Add me to the list of women over 40 with long hair. I didn't know there was anything about long hair on plus 40 women. All my friends have hair past their shoulders.


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Default  Posted: 11:33 AM, April 13th (Saturday)

Oh as for red hair, it is the only natural color that doesn't turn grey.


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Default  Posted: 2:39 PM, April 13th (Saturday)

When my hair is longer it tends to draw attention to my now drooping jawline. That's my opinion about me. I say wear it anyway you want!


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Default  Posted: 5:00 PM, April 13th (Saturday)

Well, geez, I'm 35. My hair is starting to streak white. I've never dyed it. It's thick and curly. I do splurge on conditioning the hell out of it. I'm lazy...throw it in a braid, ponytail or half ponytail. And unless it thins dramatically and goes stringy on me, I will continue to do this until the day I die.
Although, I've recently tossed around whether I should get some bangs...but then I remind myself that I'm incredibly lazy with hair and don't have the patience to deal with getting them to lay right.
Many people have commented on what I could do with it, but in the end, I'm lazy and throwing it back in a pony tail suits me.

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Default  Posted: 7:24 PM, April 13th (Saturday)

Have you seen the 57 year old Dana Delaney lately? No one is telling her to cut her hair short.

and 40s in NOT old!


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Default  Posted: 8:21 PM, April 13th (Saturday)

She's 57???
I'll have what she's having. Lordy.


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Default  Posted: 10:43 PM, April 14th (Sunday)

Well, if there is rule about older women having long hair, I am breaking it. Early graying runs in my family, so I was pretty gray in my 30s.

Let it go natural about 15 years ago and quite happy with it. Although I did get a little bored with it, so I put purple streaks in it....


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Default  Posted: 7:10 PM, April 16th (Tuesday)

I had super short hair for most of my adult life. It was light brown with some grey. Very plain.

In 2008 I colored it red. I loved it and immediately, I started getting compliments. Everyone loved it and strangers thought it was natural.

When I moved in 2010, I couldn't find anyone in my area that cut it to my liking. I got frustrated and decided, to he'll with it, I'll just stop cutting it. I also took over the coloring and started doing it myself. Clairol 6R. Beautiful, but fades quickly!

My hair is to my bra strap now. I'm 54.

Everyone tells me how much better I look with long hair.

It's a pain to take care of but I don't care really. My most thrilling moment was when I was able to French braid it. I'll post a picture tomorrow.


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Default  Posted: 8:15 AM, April 17th (Wednesday)

I think the women of a certain age can't wear long hair custom should go the way of mom jeans.

Absolutely!

I just don't look good with short hair. Seriously, I could show you pictures.

I will be 90 and still have long hair.


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Default  Posted: 9:21 AM, April 17th (Wednesday)

I think it is whatever you like and how you feel with it long or short.
I just whacked off all my hair into a cute sassy cut. I love it but I had long hair for years. I took the plunge and went for it.
But I will most likely grow it back out and I am 39. So by the time it is long again I will be 40 if I grow it back out. LOL.
So now I am looking more like Sharon Stone than Jennifer Aniston. I don't see it but have always been told I look like both of them and they look completely different. Oh with a Christie Brinkly smile. LOL>.....
How about I look like me!


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Default  Posted: 12:11 PM, April 17th (Wednesday)

My long red curly hair is my trademark. It's how people find me in crowds. I'm 46 and I intend to be like my great aunt, who at 94 had the longest, most beautiful gray hair I had ever seen.
As for color, I've never colored mine, but when it starts to gray, if it doesn't look good, the colors you like are the colors I will go for, deep burgundy red. (which is the color of my cousin's hair and she's nearing 60 and looks absolutely beautiful)


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Default  Posted: 1:21 PM, April 17th (Wednesday)

Mine is also almost to my bra strap and I'm 45... like cd, short hair is not a good look for me. My oldest girl banana didn't believe me until she "folded" my hair to see what it would look like short and made an "ew" face.

My view is it's your hair. Do whatever makes you happy with it. Who cares what anyone thinks?

PS: My hair is red on top and blonde underneath. I too am apparently breaking all the rules.

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Default  Posted: 3:12 PM, April 17th (Wednesday)


Let it go natural about 15 years ago and quite happy with it. Although I did get a little bored with it, so I put purple streaks in it....

A woman after my own heart!

Most of my colored tips have faded or been cut out. I was thinking of letting them stay natural so I didn't look like I was in some sort of midlife crisis. Maybe this summer I will do it again.

DD drew a picture of me with colored ends, she wishes she could dye her hair like that (against school regs). I might have both of us get colorful this summer!


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Default  Posted: 4:56 PM, April 17th (Wednesday)

I've had both long and short hair all my life.
It is natural blonde (lots of grey now), and baby fine.
Two years ago I walked into First Choice and asked for an inch off my layered haircut. She butchered me....my H was shocked and so was I. But, hair grows.....thank goodness.
The first pic was less than a month after the chop.

Since then, I have lost over 55 lbs.
The second pic was two months ago in Negril, so it's an inch longer already.
I use a curling spray to keep it looking fuller.
My H likes it this way, though I do have to put it up in a pony tail at bed time. It gets in the way!

I just turned 62!
....and I like it this length.

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