2017 Hair Colors for Older Women

A right hair color has a power to make you look younger. Actually the choice of hair color is based on your preferences but some shades tend to make you look older. To help you avoid failures I have selected 2017 hair colors for older women. Here you will find some cool shades that you can definitely match with your hair type, skin tone and natural texture. These hues are meant to take several years out of your face while boosting your self-confidence. Just view our gallery for a better idea.2017 Hair Colors for Older WomenGrey Hair Color

Why do older women avoid a grey hair color instead of embracing it? Grey hue is growing in popularity, because nowadays it is a shade for younger ladies too. This natural hair color can be combined with some flattering long and short hairstyles to create a stunning headdress. The best part of this shade is that it is low-maintenance. With this trend you can bring out your natural charm.Grey Hair ColorRed Hair Color

Red is a brave choice for older women but those, who are truly in love with red hues should consider the deeper versions of burgundy or mahogany. Well, most of older women tend to have thin hair, so burgundy is an excellent shade to add some movement and visual thickness to your locks. You can wear a red hair color either on your long or short locks.Red Hair ColorBrown Hair Color

There is nothing better rather than natural brown hues. If you are a brunette then any shade of brown will be a good update for your locks. Chestnut or chocolate brown hues will provide a natural-looking appearance. However, don’t forget to take into consideration your skin complexion too. Ask your colorist for the best brown shade that flatters your skin tone and brings out your eye color.

Brown Hair ColorNatural Hair Highlights

When it comes to highlights, you have really something to choose from. Blonde and brown highlights can be the best option for your haircut. Natural blonde and brown tones flatter almost all skin tones while bringing out the best of the features. These multidimensional tints will give an extra pop to your locks without making you go too bold. Take example form the woman represented below.Natural Hair HighlightsBlonde Hair Color

Women with blonde hair color shouldn’t worry about grey roots since the light shade of blonde will not allow them to pop up. Blonde and grey shade may create a lovely ombre like design. However you can use other shades of blonde to update your color, just make sure that it works on your complexion.Blonde Hair Color

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