LONDON: If having grey hair is making you get a short haircut, then maybe you should give it another thought. Cutting your locks because of ageing hair is not recommended by experts.
The best haircut is one that suits the individual and their features like eyes, nose and head shape as well as the hair line and hair type, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
But hair care product company Silvikrin's director Michael Douglas has another tip to offer.
"It is a common misconception that hair should be cropped and chopped as you get older as your cut really has little to do with age. Short hair can actually make oval and round face shapes look plumper and therefore ages you more," said Douglas.
He suggests that it is better to keep long hair as it can help in more than one way.
"Never be scared to keep hair long as this can help frame the face and also act as a cover up for any wrinkles you want to hide! Your hairstyle is about looking good for your age, not looking young for your age," Douglas said.
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