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Long hair over 50 or, in my case, 60? (Español abajo).

I get comments on my YouTube channel about my hair.

My reply is usually "thank you for your kind comment" even when, like this one, it’s not exactly nice.

Many, including older women I know, feel that at 60 I should cut my hair already.

I love the versatility of long hair and while I am able to pull it off, it will stay this length. I can wear it in a bun, a braid, pulled back, styled, loose, you name it.

Sometimes I do fun things with it, like wear it pink. This was my third or fourth time a couple of years ago and I have the boxes of color to do it again.

It’s a temporary color, Colorista, by @lorealusa @lorealparis, and it washes out. But it’s a fun way to switch it up.

How do you feel about long hair after a certain age (some say 40’s, others 50’s or 60s and so on).?

Should I change to pink again for a bit?


¿Pelo largo después de los 50 o, en mi caso 60, años.?

Recibo comentarios en mi canal de YouTube sobre mi cabello.

Mi respuesta suele ser “gracias por tu amable comentario” incluso cuando, como este, no es exactamente agradable.

Muchas personas, incluidas mujeres mayores que conozco, sienten que a los 60 años ya debería cortarme el pelo.

Me encanta la versatilidad del pelo largo y mientras pueda llevarlo, se quedará así. Puedo llevarlo recogido en un moño, una trenza, recogido, peinado, suelto, como sea.

A veces hago cosas divertidas con él, como llevarlo de color rosa. Esta fue mi tercera o cuarta vez hace un par de años y me dio el color para volver a hacerlo.

Es un color temporal, Colorista, de @lorealusa @lorealparis, y se lava. Pero es una forma divertida de cambiar.

¿Cómo te sientes sobre el pelo largo después de cierta edad (algunos dicen 40, otros 50 o 60, y así sucesivamente)?

¿Debería volver a cambiar a rosa por un tiempo?

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Lorraine C. Ladish Digital Content Creator

Lorraine C. Ladish, a Spanish-American residing in Sarasota, Florida, is a prominent figure in women's empowerment. As the publisher of, she leads a bilingual online community celebrating life at 50+. With a diverse background, Lorraine has authored books on various topics and transitioned to online content creation in 2009. In 2014 she became a digital influencer, recognized by major publications like Oprah Daily. At 60, Lorraine continues to set goals, challenging age stereotypes. Her writing has been featured in renowned publications, emphasizing her commitment to combating ageism and inspiring positivity across generations.

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