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Milly's Cut and Roller Set Hairstyle

by in Hairstyles
24th March 2015
Milly's Cut and Roller Set Hairstyle

“I needed some time to work the courage to go see a hairdresser, but I am so glad I finally did it! I was unsure about how I would look after a haircut and a little styling, I have had some discouraging results in the past and I think this is what kept me away from a salon for a while. But all that is behind now and Mai has done a wonderful job, she and her staff are professionals. Thank you dear!”

Milly F.

Milly came to our salon this month for a hairstyle that would fit her age and compliment her facial traits. We knew just what we had to do and got down to business in a few minutes! Seniors have special hair needs, because as we age, our hair gets drier or thinner than it may have been when we were younger.

One of the concerns you may have as you age is how to care for mature hair, while expressing your personality when possible. Our hair has an important part on how we present ourselves to the world, and you will notice, as you age, that you want to look your best as you did in your youth.Caring for an elder’s hair can be a challenge, especially when it comes to women.

However, nothing is impossible and there is always a solution for achieving a flattering hairstyle! For Milly, we have used a roller set after we gave her a haircut to get rid of damaged ends. Roller sets are simple to use and work miracles on all hair types! Perfect for any occasion, the best roller sets are achieved on freshly washed, wet hair with freshly clipped ends for a polished look. There is no need for a large amount of products to keep curls in place, but you can achieve relentless hold with the right technique and quality products.

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The best hairstyles for older women are the ones they can carry off with elegance and panache! Bring out the best in yourself at Plaza Hair Salon: e-mail us at appointment@plazahairsalon.com  or call 858.485.7551 for your appointment. Walk-ins are always welcome too!

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