Anthony talks about How To stay looking young and fresh than you actually are and it can be as simple as changing your hairstyle.
Sienna Miller -
“Keeping the haphazard centre part is a rebellious yet youthful move,” says Nader. “The soft and supple movement in the hair is also a big part in keeping it fresh.”
Cate Blanchett -
“The soft sculpted waves work a treat promoting sheen and glamour,” says Nader.
Naomi Watts -
“There’s a coolness to this hairstyle,” says Nader. The edginess of the style makes it cool without demanding attention.
A fringe can hide a multitude of creases and wrinkles found on the forehead.
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Caroline de Maigret -
“The over-grown fringe and dishevelled longer hair tresses are perfect for those who want to imitate that French-girl cool,” says Nader.
Daisy Lowe -
“I love a soft curtain fringe as it floats below the brows and skims longer on the outside edge,” says Nader. “This is a winner in my books for covering up any fine lines on your forehead and it’s just so easy to maintain.”
The singer presents a more polished take on the trend.
Long with layers:
Loose, choppy layers can add body to the roots and help frame the face, resulting in a softer look. For those with thick hair having it fall shoulder-length or longer will actually look more youthful and polished as the length will weigh the hair down.