Over 60? Here's 7 Grey Hairstyles That Make You Look Elegant

The beautiful pixie is the easiest hairdo. You can wash and go with a head crop. It also looks great on gray or transitioning hair.

The Pixie

A lob, you ask? A longer bob sits below the chin and above the collarbone. A blunt version lacks volume and texture. Soft layers provide it.

Wavy Lob

A blunt bob has no layers and a crisp look. If you want a flat brush and blow dryer-dryable hairstyle, try this.

Blunt Bob

You may not like it, but I like longer hair. Wavy, mid-length hair adds length to your face and has romantic edges.

Wavy Mid-Length

Not everyone has full hair. I have fine hair. The layered bob is for thin, fine hair. By adding layers, this style makes hair appear thicker.

Layered Bob

Flipped layers create a whimsical haircut. Instead of curling layers beneath, use a round brush or flat iron to direct hair outside.

Short or Mid-Length with Flipped Layers

The Shag is another 1970s trend that ladies in their 60s never tire of. The shaggily-cut layers, with the longest layer reaching the shoulders, are simple and attractive.

The Shag