A feathery flip
How it flatters: “A shoulder-sweeping cut with voluminous layers and texture throughout the top adds subtle height that directs the eye vertically to give hair a fuller appearance,” says Susan Vitacco, Robbin’s hairstylist at Suzanne’s Hair & Colour Room in Oradell, New Jersey. Even better? Piecey brow-skimming fringe helps hide forehead furrows and crow’s-feet. For an extra hit of sass and youthful movement, celebrity stylist George Kyriakos, who’s worked with Meryl Streep and Halle Berry, flipped Robbin’s ends outward.
Get the look: Ask your stylist for a collarbone-length cut with heavy layers on top, textured ends that flip out on bottom and wispy bangs that skim the brows. Then when blow-drying, Vitacco suggests using a 2" round brush on the majority of strands and a 1" round brush on the top. “This gives locks more curl and bend for a fuller appearance.”
Robbin Schwartz, 62