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"They (bangs) can make you look really young and sexy or make your nose or forehead look twice the size," he explains."It's important to make sure you trust your hairstylist before going for it." Stylist Ruth Roche often suggests her mature clients go for bangs that are long and wispy.She recommends Pureology Fullfyl, a "3-step system that creates full-bodied hair, with lived-in texture that actually looks and feels like more hair." Talk with your stylist about the best product for your hair type and thickness.As our hair ages and thins, frizz can become an issue, even if you've never had a problem with it.Stylist Ruth Roche recommends changing up the color as your hair changes with age."Color is key; keep it dimensional with subtle highlights," she recommends.Roche uses Pureology Colour Fanatic 21 benefit spray.
Stylist Ruth Roche recommends using the right products to keep hair looking fuller.Bangs are always in style and can complement any face shape – but make sure your stylist understands your face shape first.Stone explains that bangs can immediately change the look of your face, so it gets a little dangerous if your stylist isn't experienced.That's what we see all around us, so it can feel like the only option, but don't be afraid to hang on to some length.Jeff Stump, owner of Artkiteks salon explains, "Many people feel that they need to have short hair as they get older.