#1: Wavy Layered Bob with Side Bangs
Try a wavy layered bob with side bangs for a new look this season. The layered bob style is perfect for 60-year-old ladies with wavy hair. Ask your stylist if they think this cut would work for you and your lifestyle.
#2: Face-Framing Medium Bob on Grey Hair
Have you tried a face-framing medium bob on grey hair this year? One of the most flattering styles this season is medium layered bob cuts for women over 60. A bob cut works well with all hair textures, but especially fine straight hair.
#3: Medium Bob with Feathered Layers on White Hair
Try a medium bob with feathered layers on white hair. A layered style and medium cut will take you no time to style in the morning and have you looking younger and refreshed. Try using Redken Quick Blowout before blowdrying to save you even more time.
#4: Layered A-Line Haircut with Waves
A layered a-line haircut with waves is a great style to try if you want something easy but stylish. 60-year-old women will feel refreshed and rejuvenated after trying a stacked cut and it won’t take much work to style. Try spraying Redken Wave Ahead all over your waves and tousle for a messy yet modern shoulder-length style.
#5: Mid-Length Razored Bob on Older Ladies
An extremely flattering style is a mid-length razored bob on older ladies. A medium layered bob for women over 60 will have you feeling stylish and young again. Ask your stylist for a tutorial on how to create these effortless waves in your shoulder-length hairstyle.
#6: Angled Bob with Layers and Bangs
An angled bob with layers and fringe can take a little extra work in the morning but the results are worth it. 60-year-olds can benefit from this look great, making them look youthful and stylish. This medium haircut works with all hair types but is especially flattering on thick hair.
#7: Wispy Layers on a Graduated Bob Cut
Wispy layers on a graduated bob cut make this style soft and flattering. Bob haircuts work extremely well with thin hair, making the hair look fuller and thicker. Try using a dime-sized dollop of Redken Aerate all over before styling to help pump up the volume even more.