Some popular hairstyles for women in their 60s include the pixie cut, a cropped bob and a long shaggy bob. A few other options include the long wavy bob, a modern shag and a layered cut with a center part and bangs.
A soft pixie cut that is a little longer than the classic pixie gives hair movement and texture. The cut brings a lot of focus to the face and is better suited for straight hair. A cropped bob hits just below the jaw line and has choppy layers that create fullness and texture. This cut is modified for fuller faces by adjusting the length of the layers. A long shaggy bob is cut just above the shoulders and has long layers that suit thick, unruly hair.
A long wavy bob is cut to the collarbone and has short layers that start at the chin. The cut is flattering for all face shapes and hair textures. A modern shag is shoulder length and has a lot of layers cut around the face that are styled by flipping them away from the face instead of under. For ladies who want to keep some length, a layered cut with a center part and bangs is a flattering option that can hide wrinkles around the forehead and eyes. It is longer in the back with shorter layers in the front that blend in with eyebrow-length bangs.