Older women can wear longer hairstyles. Just like women of any age, they need to take into account hair type and facial features when choosing a hair style, but they also need to consider making some changes in the way they wore their hair at a younger age.
Older women may find that adding some curl or volume to their hair softens their features, which often sharpen with age. Side parts are also helpful in preventing a tired, haggard look. Hair frequently thins with age, and layers give an illusion of thicker hair, especially with longer locks.
Older women may find more potential versatility in having long hair. They can wear it in a fashionable updo or in a ponytail and simultaneously enjoy the advantages of both long and shorter hair.