Short Hairstyles for Women Over 40

Sharon Stone

Short hair for women over 40 ranges from super short to longish pixies, short classic to short edgy bobs and smooth to tousled short shaggy hairstyles. Highlighting them with color makes short hair for women over 40 perfect for these celebrity women who are considered trend and style setters in their own right.

Jane Lynch – Sort Curly Hair
Jane Lynch is an American actress, comedian and singer who plays Sue Sylvester in the TV musical series “Glee”. She wore an easy, naturally curly short hair at the 2011 Golden Globe week with layers cut all through the sides and back. The layers gave the style a fluffy and feathery finish. This is a casual and low- maintenance hairstyle that is perfect for women in their 40s with busy lifestyles

Joan Rivers – Short Bob Hairstyle
Joan Rivers is almost 30 decades over 40. She is an American comedian, TV personality and actress who has maintained her gorgeous and youthful looks not only with her many cosmetic surgeries but with her youthful looking hairstyles. Joan wears a short one length bob hairstyle with a side part paired with blunt cut bangs. This short hair for women over 40 will make a woman of any age look fresh and elegant.

Mary J. Blige – Asymmetrical Bob
Mary J. Blige, the veteran R & B Singer who just turned 40 this year looks stunning with a blonde edgy asymmetrical bob that is short at the back and longer on the sides. This short hair for women over 40 is also called a graduated bob. It is super sophisticated and grows out well too.

Jane Fonda – Flippy Shag
The legendary Jane Fonda who needs no introduction doesn’t seem to age and as dazzling and as lovely as ever. Her flippy shag could be responsible for her unfading glow and youthful looks in spite of her advanced years. Her short shag hairstyle features uneven layers that are flipped out that is reminiscent of her hairstyle 40 years ago. Photos Copyright of PR PHOTOS

Leave a reply

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>