Age is not a hindrance to good taste and desire to look attractive. A flattering haircut and a beautiful hairstyle are affordable in any age. This selection of images with styles for older women will help you to get inspired by the looks of womens who are aging gracefully, remaining beautiful and feminine through the years.
Discover a selection of fashionable haircuts and fresh hairstyle ideas, along with hair color trends for 2023, perfectly suited for women over 70.
A pixie bob is the best haircut for adding multiple levels of layers into your locks. Also don’t forget about trendy hair colors. Something that makes your grays purposeful, like an ash blonde or silver balayage is a smart hair color solution.
A pixie cut is undoubtedly one of the best hairstyles for women over 70, for anyone with fine hair or rapidly thinning strands. Rather than spiking layers up, keeping them angled downwards can help mask the areas where the hair is sparse, and also allow for bangs to blend seamlessly into the rest of the style.
If you do not want to expose your locks to the aggressive impact of chemical hair colors, follow the example of Judi Dench. She has found a way to ennoble her grey hair with a beautiful silvery hue. In combination with a trendy pixie haircut and a sassy hairstyle, you will achieve a stylish contemporary look.
Neat, well-shaped hairstyles for women over 70 can be pretty stylish and effortless-looking. Here’s a nice example. Embrace your white hair with a chic cut and add toners from time to time to enjoy all the nuances of silver hair.
When choosing among short haircuts for women over 70, be sure to focus most on the overall desired shape. This classic style provides a rounded shape with the sides and back being clipped very short. The key to keeping it feminine is height on top and bangs in the front.
Want your grays to look purposeful? Embrace them and enhance! Let a stylist strategically place color to achieve a more polished look. Focus lighter strands towards the front to draw attention to the face.
Need a good grandma ‘do? A short stacked bob is one of the best hairstyles for women trying to keep their cut simple and stylish. To add a little personality to your look, give long side bangs a try and opt for stacked layers in the back. This style is equally beautiful whether you have black hair or rock sophisticated silver strands.
Does your color start to feel a little too “bottle blonde?” Darkening it up just a touch with a dishwater blonde shade can be incredibly flattering for a fair complexion. Pair the hue with a cropped cut that has longer layers throughout, and use a texturizer to make sure the shape stays not too “done”.
This feathered cut shows how thick and luscious short hairstyles for women over 70 can look. The layers give the illusion of a fuller style but the length is low-maintenance.
The choppy white pixie is perfect for women over 65 who have thin hair. Pixies are great at hiding thinning hair in a cute and hip way.
The best short haircuts for women over 70 are the ones that don’t require a lot of upkeep. Now that you’re living your best life, spend less time fussing with your hair and go for this cute choppy cut!
A flattering hairstyle is the key element of an old lady look. Hair shouldn’t be left to its own devices with age. The feathered pixie is here to prove that a hairstyle in your senior years can be current and easy to style. This cut is a great way to keep some of your fun and carefree nature, and it is also one of the best choices for women with thinning locks.
Some women reject the idea of white hair, but today it’s actually a stylish shade, popular among young women too. Embrace the stylish hue with an equally chic pixie cut that features a deep side part and side-swept bangs for a little movement up front.
Haircuts for women over 70 have become more stylish in the past couple of years. This feathered pixie is also great for women with thinning hair. Its delicate and soft side-swept bangs cover the problematic areas and work as a lovely accent.
Dying hair a solid blonde or brown can be exhausting, expensive, and damaging, but an in-between shade that ties in naturally brown and blonde strands is a thousand times easier in terms of upkeep, and it looks current.
Hairstyles for 70-year-old women that don’t age you can be hard to come by, but this nape-length bob will make you feel young again. Subtle hints of blonde woven into a gray base are bright and beautiful.
When choosing short haircuts for women over 70, it’s important to determine first which texture and cut is going to work and look best with your particular face shape. If you’re not quite sure where to start, consider a tapered pixie with longer layers in the crown. The style is very versatile and works for most older ladies.
If you have fine hair, you know the struggle is real when it comes to short hairstyles. That’s why this featured short cut that’s angled frontwards is ideal for women who don’t have a lot of strands to work with.
Even short haircuts for women over 70 don’t necessarily have to be super short. If you’ve got long hair and want to transition to a comfortable medium length, consider the timeless bob. Be sure to ask for fluffy, wispy layers so that the style doesn’t appear blocky and weighed down.
Need a haircut that’ll look perfect with glasses? An A-line bob with pin-straight bangs that meet the eyebrows and curvy face-framing pieces is just the style for you.
Whether you have thick or thin hair, texture is crucial for a short cut. With thick hair, the finely chopped technique delivers the best results if you are after a neat style, simple in shape and easy to style.
It’s no secret that as we age, our hair tends to become thinner. If you’re over 65, the best hairstyles to make your thin hair look thick are short choppy ones. This salt and pepper cut mixes the best of light and dark colors.
Current hairstyles for a 70 year old woman make it easy for you to incorporate feminine and boyish elements into your cut. If you want a feathered pixie cut with a tomboy vibe, you may want to accentuate your sideburns. Cut longer side bangs for a nice face framing effect.
Who said hairstyles for over 70 had to be boring? If you’ve gone gray but want to keep things interesting, a lilac tint might be the answer to your prayers. A tiny touch of color adds a lifted, animated look to dull strands, and can be easily maintained by incorporating a purple shampoo into your shower routine.
Spicing up a pixie cut is easier than you might think. Ask for long layers on the top and crown of your head and let them flow smoothly into subtle side bangs. The back and sides could be tapered or undercut.
Pixie cuts have a reputation of looking quite tomboyish; however, you can easily make your crop more feminine with feathered layers and a deep color. Try feathers for the right texture, and if you have wavy or curly hair, this cut will work especially well for you!
Short hairstyles for women over 70 are super easy to keep tidy and low maintenance. With a length like on the photo, only a bit of a product is necessary. You may style without a comb, just running your fingers through your hair and defining layers.
The chocolate pixie over 65 shows us that if you are not comfortable with gray hair, you can stick to your favorite hair color from your younger years. Ask your stylist for babylights for a fun take on the hip pixie.
Looking to try a different style? It’s not hard to quickly transform your hairdo into something spunky and fun. Opt for a super short pixie with choppy layers that stick out nicely. The cut is the right combination of messy and polished, and it looks really fresh.
Wondering how to achieve a fluffy finish for your strands? It’s a combination of the right layers and the proper blow-drying technique. Ask for wispy layers (for this, fine hair is ideal), and when it’s time to blow dry, spritz in some root-boosting spray to keep things elevated. Zhuzh hair while drying to shape!
Blonde highlights on a soft brown color look so pretty with aging skin because they are not jarring (like overly dark colors can be). Ask your stylist for a piecey cut (that will provide tons of volume to fine hair) and highlights through the bangs and upper layers.
Thick, healthy hair is perfect for creating a stacked bob. The style requires enough hair for layers to be quite literally stacked on top of one another, and based on your preference, you can build the look as short or long as you like.
In case you are absolutely comfortable with gray hair over 70, try out this fluffy white pixie. If you have thin or fine hair, a hairstyle like this will bring back the volume you want.
Ready for something completely different than your typical gray or white haircut? Pick your favorite color and have a few highlights put in, like this choppy cut with well-placed purple highlights.
The snow-white tapered pixie with feathered layers and soft light bangs is the ultimate classic hairstyle. It’s perfect for showing off your eyes, cheekbones, and dangly earrings for a date night.
Tapered cuts may seem a little intimidating because of how short they are, but if you can’t rock it now that you’re living your best life, when can you? Keep bangs and hair at the nape of the neck short, and the hair around the crown long and voluminous.
Pixie cuts don’t need to be straight — in fact, natural textures can really amp things up. If your long hair was curly, your short hair will likely have more of a wavy texture, which can look amazing as a pixie and make styling super easy. A salt spray and some finger work can create the perfect tousled finish!
For a 65 year old woman, worrying about styling and managing her hair is the last thing she wants to do. In order to keep your locks neat and tidy, opt for a rounded bob with minimal layers. The style is still trendy while it considerably reduces your upkeep time.
To look flattering, hairstyles for women over 70 shouldn’t sit flat on your head. Try to inject as much natural volume into the cut as you possibly can. Consider a pixie bob combination with piece-y layers that will lift the hair around the crown and build a lovely short yet voluminous style.
White hairstyles were known for reading not just old — but old fashioned. No more! The straightness factor (instead of tight curls) keeps this cut looking cute and modern. The smart addition of side bangs has the same effect, while being incredibly flattering to boot.
The best hairstyles for older women are those that make you still feel young at heart, and this textured bowl cut is a great way to be fun and flirty at an older age. In this picture, you can really see how enhancing your texture can bring life into your basic hairstyle.
Looking to add a little edge and spunk to your hair? Borrow from the younger punk stars and cut a pixie style with a dramatic undercut. Your gray or white hair will make the look age-appropriate, so you can enjoy a personalized style even in your later years.
Want to upgrade a classic grandma haircut? Get a perm! Permed hair doesn’t have to look like traditional Shirley Temple ringlets — when done right, it can create a soft, wavy texture that saves you time getting ready in the morning and allows to stop applying heat to delicate strands.
Andrea Romano looks fresh and youthful, and it’s mainly the merit of her sassy short hairstyle. If you want to wear your locks grey, find a way to neutralize the yellowish hue. The hairstyle itself is not difficult, but very showy, and it does become Andrea.
Short hair is a common choice for ladies who are on the more mature side, but that doesn’t mean you have to spend a fortune at the salon. Instead, have your stylist work with your natural grey to only enhance instead of conceal.
Sometimes the best style is the one where you just let nature take its course. Short haircuts for those who are 70 plus years old should be low-maintenance rather than adding effort. If you have naturally wavy or “feathery” hair, just ask for the best haircut to enhance your natural beauty.
Go for a style that is serious and simple, without being dull. A honey blonde blend looks great on this basic style that keeps hair out of the face while still brightening it up.
Sassy and tons of fun, the fire engine red hair hue is the perfect solution to many tired hairstyles for 70 year olds. When you have a bright color that pops like this deep red does, your haircut can be much simpler and conservative while still being fun.
The cute bob hairstyle like in the photo is trendy, modern and flattering for women of any age. Here, you have a medium length style that is parted in the center with layers that frame the face while also adding depth and volume. The whole idea of this look is to keep it current, but still age-appropriate – this bob does just that.
The best hairstyles for women over 70 are not complicated. Sometimes it’s just a matter of being brave enough to venture into the short hair territory. Especially if you’ve had long hair for years, it can seem intimidating to go for a completely different look. Consider a fun blonde hue to complement your new cropped style.
You’re never too old to get highlights — in fact, they can often be a helpful tool for making your hairstyle dimensional and drawing attention to the face. Ask for a choppy pixie cut and keep the bangs area slightly longer, then get golden babylights strategically placed up front and around the crown to give the whole style a lighter, more lifted look.
There’s nothing more flattering than a traditional bob that features face-framing layers and bangs! Talk to your hairstylist about the style of bangs you like, and then decide whether you want them choppy, piece-y, or blunt.
If you don’t want to be bothered with regularly dying strands to match your roots, the balayage is the best possible hair coloring technique for you. It blends hair in a way that creates harmony between dark roots and lighter ends, and this balayaged layered bob proves that brondes (brunette blondes) have more fun!
Do you want to make your fine hair appear fuller? A short piece-y cut will help in the first place. Next, style with a light-hold product to define the layers and get some lift for a flattering, moderately voluminous look.
Lots of hairstyles for 70 year old woman will feature bangs to help mask a forehead of wrinkles, but what if you’ve been smart about your skincare? A swept-back look shows off a great complexion and appears particularly sleek when paired with a straight stacked bob cut.
A cut that fits somewhere between a pixie and a bob is a great option for someone who wants to go shorter over time, but isn’t ready to take the plunge. It’s a beautiful shaped cut for thick hair that you may style straight and sleek or wavy/curly.
A feathered bob is a fluffy, flattering take on the style that can sometimes be hard and heavy. Ask your stylist for feathered layers all the way from top to bottom, and complement the look with some light, straight-across bangs. To keep layers looking lifted, blow dry with a round brush away from the face.
Feel free to spice up the so-called grandma hairstyles by experimenting with your dye job! The same cut will look absolutely different in a tender pastel pink and an eye-catching saturated burgundy.
The best shade of blonde to mask graying hairs is a darker, ashy color that allows grays to blend in, not stand out. An ashy hue looks especially nice when paired with a neatly trimmed bob kept nape-length all around. Ask your stylist for a stacked shape with slightly shorter layers to enjoy some bonus volume.
It is a bold choice to wear very short hair at any age, but after 70 it’s often the most flattering option. This cute pixie cut has a few layers to give it definition and dimension. Additionally, the back and sides are cut very neat, showing just how chic short haircuts can be. It’s easy to style and a pleasure to wear.
These pictures show us that older ladies can look very stylish with simple haircuts and hairstyles. Use them to find your own perfect hairstyle that won’t let you forget that you are a contemporary woman who knows how to present her beauty and charisma in the best light.