Haircuts are important when it comes to your look, especially as you get older. A right one can make all the difference, but an unflattering one may add years to your look. Check out these hairstyle mistakes you need to avoid!
Having a front flip requires you to pull your front hair all the way back. However, this hairstyle will draw attention to your forehead and eye area, making you look older than you really are.
Layers can add volume to your hair but don't go overboard, or they will appear dull and messy and even leave you with an outdated look.
A closely-shorn hairdo might not be the best for you either. It can dramatically accentuate the signs of aging on your face.
These blunt-edged bangs might look cute, but they can emphasize your forehead wrinkles. And in most cases, a trendy hairstyle like this can make you look like you're trying too hard.
These closely-cropped curls are not forgiving when it comes to hiding the fine lines on your face. Plus, they're not a flattering look for people with volume loss.
This retro hairdo has been going around for ages and still has its appeal, but sadly it doesn't leave any hair to cover your imperfections such as wrinkles and fine lines.
Wispy bangs are tough to pull off if you try to hide your thinning hair. They can also draw more attention to the fine lines on your forehead.
This rebellious hairstyle doesn't do any favors for mature women. Moreover, the layered spike at the top might not look great if your hair doesn't have much volume.
Bangs with the wrong length can add more years to your look. If they're just above your eyes, for example, they may bring more focus to your crow's feet and fine lines.
This cut might not be for you if you have thinning hair. It doesn't give your hair any lift that you crave.
Pin-up curls are perfect for special occasions, but they may be out of place if you wear them on a daily basis. The outdated hairdo will make you look like you're from an older generation.
Here's another rebellious cut that seems unflattering for mature women, and it has gone out of style over the past few years.
A bouffant will make you look like you're stuck in the past. And if this is not enough, the large amount of hairspray used to maintain it is damaging to your hair.
Farrah Fawcett's signature haircut does make your hair appear voluminous, but it screams the 1970s. You can go for other feathered cuts that add a modern twist.
This '80s hairdo is not for everybody. It might draw attention to your sagging jawline and the loose skin around your neck. Plus, it also takes a lot of work to maintain this tricky cut.