A real hair catalog of hairstyles that suit adult women in their 50s and 60s. “Wakamise Bob / Medium Hair” is recommended for adults who are concerned about dry hair. It’s popular because it maintains a feminine length and luster while also adding volume!
Table of contents
- [50s/60s/Bob/Medium 1] Simple bob that emphasizes luster on the surface of the hair
- [50s/60s/Bob/Medium 2] Fluffy form and gorgeous bob with flowing hair
- [50s/60s/Bob/Medium 3] NEO sauvage with fine waves
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[50s/60s/Bob/Medium 1] Simple bob that emphasizes luster on the surface of the hair
Atsuko Kitakado (60 years old)
- Desire for design
I have hair that spreads easily, and I’m worried about it not being put together.
- Beauty Salon
Egao Beauty Salon Stylist: Yuki Kutaki
“Mr. Kitashikado looks great with gray hair.
The base is one length with a neat neckline so that the tips of the hair can be easily inserted. By aligning the outline without adding a light layer, you can emphasize the face and give it a glossy look. The bangs are boldly cut above the eyebrows, giving the bob style, which tends to be heavy, a bright and stylish impression.
Add luster and unity with a roll brush or straight iron, and finally apply hair oil for styling. It makes your hair more shiny.” (Mr. Kutaki)
[50s/60s/Bob/Medium 2] Fluffy form and gorgeous bob with flowing hair
Mr. TO (50 years old)
- Desire of the design
I want to create a feminine and soft atmosphere, as it can be seen as a tough impression.
- Beauty Salon
belco.-nico- Stylist: Takashi Shioya
“Mr. TO has clear facial features and is thin. His cheekbones stand out easily, and he tends to give a harsh impression.
While adding volume to the sides, the ends of the hair have a sense of air, creating a soft silhouette. Put a layer on the top to increase the volume so that the back can be finished without a blow. By neatly showing the constriction, it has a more feminine form.
I try to create a style that is easy to reproduce on my own, and that lasts well even after a period of time between cuts.” (Mr. Shioya)
[50s/60s/Bob/Medium 3] NEO sauvage with fine waves
Kirara Machida (67 years old)
- Desire for the design
I have fine hair and I am worried about the lack of volume on the top.
- Hair Salon: Egao Beauty Salon
Stylist: Takahiro Terui
“Mr. Machida, who had straight hair.
The decisive factor in the design is the perm. A steam perm that minimizes damage by wrapping it around the spiral with a thin rod to create a sauvage finish. Since the whole is layered, it is not an old sauvage, but a mature and youthful design.
For styling, apply a treatment mousse to emphasize the waves. It is also recommended for those who are concerned about the lack of volume.” (Mr. Terui)