Speckla wrote: »
I'm past BLS when curly and brushing waist when pulled straight. I love long hair and really see no reason to cut as we get older. I started this thread to get some opinions. A lady at work was saying she'd like to grow her hair long but she thinks she's too old (41!!). I said that you're never too old for long hair.
twirlygranny wrote: »
Yep...almost 50 and still like it long. My mom is 88 and has long hair.
sdc wrote: »
I got mine cut short a few years ago and I just look better with it short, even my husband prefers it short. Longer was just pulling down my features. I used to be pretty and as I got closer and closer to 50 I knew I looked not very good, but didn't know why. My skin still was in decent shape and I have never been more than a few pounds overweight. I went for a consultation with a hairstylist recommended on this site, she cut my hair short and the first thing hubby said when I got home is "You look cute". And I did. I got very positive reactions at work the next day and when my friends that I see only once in a while saw me they all seemed to love it. I think it just depends on the person.
SilverCurls wrote: »
I’ve cut my hair several times but always kept it long enough so when I get frustrated I would be able to just tie it up in a ponytail. For me that rule will always apply.
Plus being I have a full head of big curls - the shorter my hair the more I resemble a spoofed up snow cone - even moreso as I go gray.:shock:
banjocurl wrote: »
i am almost 61, mine is long (waist length wet) and now i am going gray and i have the 2 or 3 toned look. we'll see what shakes out...could be interesting
let me know if u can see this pic or not
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