Who says that 50 to 60-year-old women with glasses can’t have fabulous hairstyles? When these women choose the right hairstyle for their face shape and glasses, they can look stunning.
Don’t let anyone fool you; if you’re a woman over 50, you have life experience and know precisely what you’re doing with your hairstyle.
Hairstyles for 50 to 60-Year-Old Women with Glasses
Most women in their 50s, 60s, or even 70s choose shorter haircuts. This is especially true for those women with glasses.
Glasses with a stylish haircut are a great combination because they make these women look playful and fun while still looking professional. Easy maintenance is the other reason why women in their 50s, 60s, and above love these hairstyles.
#1: Short and Curly
The salt and pepper hair color of this short curly hairdo looks beautiful with black specs. A short haircut like this is perfect for women over 50 with thick curly hair. In addition, the shortness lightens hair weight, making it all easier to manage.
#2: Kinky Curly Layers
When you wear glasses, it’s important to choose a haircut that will flatter both your specs and your face shape. If you’re a Black woman with very curly hair, ask your stylist for short layers. An off-center part will show off your hair beautifully.
#3: Thin Hair with Bangs
Women over 50 with thin hair and glasses should avoid any hairstyle that will make it look even thinner. This short straight haircut features minimal layering that gives the mane body and super short bangs that graze the eyebrows.
#4: Women’s Buzz Cut
Do you consider yourself a bold woman when it comes to your hairstyle? Then, try out this women’s buzz cut if you’re not afraid to go super short! It encourages women over 50 to embrace their natural greys and whites and will help your cute glasses pop!
#5: Twist Updo
Many women over 50 think they need to go shorter with their hair as they age. However, a gorgeous twist updo like this one proves why you should leave it long and that women with glasses can look just as elegant at 50 as they did at 20.
#6: Feathered Short Layers
Are you trying to cover up grey hair? Don’t be afraid to rock a colored haircut if you’re over 50. This medium red color gives a short haircut with feathered layers a youthful feel and perfectly complements dark-colored glasses.
#7: Long Dreads
Dreads are a great hairstyle option if you’re a Black woman over 50 who wears glasses. The length is enough to flaunt those beautiful updos you love, but dreads are also a protective hairstyle that never goes out of fashion!
#8: Messy Highlighted Bun
Don’t be afraid to play with color if you’re over 50. The light blonde highlights on this messy bun hairstyle can make any woman look at least ten years younger. The loose tendrils also draw attention to the face, so pick a cute pair of glasses to wear with your bun!
#9: Short Afro Curls
Afro-textured hair is in a style category all its own. These beautiful short curls are tinged with a bit of blonde, beautiful color on older women with dark skin tones. The thick texture up top perfectly balances out skinny-framed glasses.
#10: Long Spiral Curls
Whether you’re over 50 years old and still using a curling iron to get those spiral curls or your hair is naturally this curly, wearing your hair down to show them off is always a gorgeous hairstyle. Use your fingers to lightly brush the hair away from the face where your bold black glasses can take center stage.
#11: Layered Bob
A layered bob is one of the most popular hairstyles for 50 to 60-year-old women with glasses. Wearing this hairstyle with subtle cat-eye-shaped glasses creates a sophisticated look. Hair colors that are great here are blonde and walnut brown.
Women with smaller faces should, of course, choose smaller glasses. Along with this, it’s an excellent option for them to focus on the volume of their hair. Adding layers and highlights to your hair will add to that volume.
#13: Pixie Cut with A Fringe
Wearing round glasses is a statement, and what better way to take that look to a new level than with a pixie cut. Pixie cuts with a fringe have become trendier than ever among women in their 50s to 60s. But, of course, that’s not surprising since this haircut makes them look unique.
#14: Faux Hawk
Older women above 50 years old who wear simple glasses often look dull and plain. This is why they should take some extra time when picking a hairstyle. Faux hawk with round glasses is for those women who enjoy embracing their rebellious side.
#15: Subtle Pixie Cut
Sometimes, less is more. A choice to accompany regular-shaped glasses with a nice-looking pixie cut is one that many women make. Pixie cut looks the best on 50 to 60-year-old women when they color their hair in ashy or light-strawberry blonde.
#16: Long Bob
Rectangular-shaped glasses go well with uncomplicated hairstyles. A long bob with naturally grey hair is an excellent choice.
#17: Wavy Faux Hawk
Women who wear cat glasses are aiming to look classy. Looking classy doesn’t have to exclude daring hairstyles. It’s a great idea to curl your hair and wear it in a faux hawk.
#18: Elegant Ponytail WIth Bold Black Glasses
If you’re one of those over 50 aged women who like special details in their accessories, you’re probably wearing basic-looking glasses that have a special detail. Here, that detail is elongated edges. But, of course, when you have something so special and subtle, it’s best to stick to basic hairstyles such as ponytails.
#19: Short Bob for Older Women
Cropped and symmetrical bob haircuts look the best on older women striving to look attractive. This is why it’s so great to have this hairstyle with cat-style glasses; it makes you look like an attractive teacher!
#20: Curled Short Bob for Women Over 60 With Glasses
Most women in their 50s and 60s want to look professional and well put together. They often wear beautiful edgeless rounded glasses for that reason. Following the shape of the glasses, they should also curl their bob towards their face.
#21: Short Bob With A Fringe
Glasses with sequins can be challenging to incorporate into your look. They require you to have special haircuts and unique clothes. One unexpected choice for a haircut in women in their 50s, 60s, and 70s is a short bob with a fringe. This is why it’s so great to wear it with these glasses.
#22: Sharp Pixie Cut
Women with strong facial features have the luxury to embrace their beauty even when they get older. They can do this with sharp-looking glasses that perfectly frame their face. They should also choose a sharp pixie cut that they will maintain well.
#23: Bob Haircut With A Long Fringe
Wearing glasses with purple-tinted lenses can be paired with an appropriate hairstyle. Otherwise, these glasses can make you appear older. A great hairstyle choice here is a bob with a longer fringe. To fully embrace your appearance, keep your hair’s natural color.
#24: Layered Pixie Cut
If you have a smaller face, you need to wear smaller glasses. But, that doesn’t mean that those glasses can’t be unique and gorgeous. For example, round glasses on a smaller face are perfectly suited for a pixie cut with many layers.
#25: Long And Slicked Back
When older women comb their hair back, they want to look serious and sophisticated. Slicked back hairstyle is perfect for women who wear edgeless cat-shaped glasses.
#26: Very Short Bob With Circular Glasses
Cutting a very short bob can be a rebellious act. That’s why you need to have rebellious-looking glasses. Here, the goal is for those glasses is not to take over your face, which makes rounded glasses a great pick.
#27: Long And Wavy
Older women aged 50 to 60 who still have long hair should love the hairstyle above. When you care about your hair that much, it’s best to wear glasses that won’t take over your face. Wear round glasses with frames in subtle color for that reason.
#28: Warm Tone Bob
When they reach their 60s, many women want to look still very vibrant and fresh, so they color their hair in warm-toned colors. Of course, this means that wearing glasses with warmly toned frames is a must.
#29: Short And Slicked Back
Combing short hair backward isn’t reserved only for men. However, you should be careful when choosing a hairstyle with this. Picking more serious glasses is a must here. The best choice is edgeless glasses with brown hinges because they will make a perfect balance between appearing classy yet still fun.
#30: Hair Behind The Ears
These simple glasses with a simple hairstyle combination are fantastic for women who don’t want to put too much effort into their look. Yet, they can still look trendy and well put together with this combination.
#31: Bob With A Fringe
Women with high-quality hair will want to embrace it even when older. So when 50 to 60-year-old women decide to wear sunglasses, they have permission to be as wild as they want. Add these two statement pieces and create a stunning image.
#32: Short And Natural
Women with cool-toned skin often wear warm-toned glasses to add some color to their faces. When you have orange glasses, it’s best to stick with a more simple hairstyle. Keep your hair shorter and natural.
#33: Crazy Amazing Faux Hawk
Wearing rectangular glasses with leopard print is a statement by itself. You have a unique personality, and what better way to highlight that even further than with a faux hawk.
#34: Round And Curly
If you want to look younger, you should search for anything that will add curves to your face. The simplest option is to wear round glasses. Next, curl your hair and maintain a round shape of it.
#35: Classy Waves
Many women who want to look serious and professional wear glasses with dark-toned frames. The best addition to this classy look is the wavy hairstyle. Your hairstyle will look even more elegant if you color your hair in a warm color.
#36: One Length Bob
When you have modern-looking glasses, you should similarly style your hair. Your best option here is a very classy yet simple short bob with all parts of your hair being the same length.
#37: Longer Pixie Cut
The easiest way to create that seductive and playful appearance is with cat eyeglasses. One hairstyle that will take this look to the next level is a longer pixie cut. If you let your hair be wild and color it in a bold color, you will look like a million dollars.
#38: A Messy Bun
Women above the 60s, who are proud of their age, tend to wear monochrome clothes and accessories. So while they’re trying to embrace their mature look with monochrome glasses, they should choose a sophisticated messy bun.
#39: Silver Hairstyle
Whoever said that women in their 50s to 60s can’t have fun with their appearance is wrong. If you’re a true daredevil, try out and see if silver hair suits you. Of course, go all out with some silver glasses as well.
#40: Voluminous And Curly
A lot of over 60-year-old women struggle to maintain volume in their hair. The easiest way to create a great volume is with curls. This hairstyle is perfect for those women who wear glasses because it adds to the fun appearance.
#41: Medium Lenght And Layered
Picking plain white glasses is a statement by itself. However, if you’re looking to spice your look, keep your hair medium length and add some layers to it.
#42: Sleek Short Bob
Women in their 50s and 60s often want to look as wise as possible. It would be best if you combined regular-looking glasses with an easy hairstyle to create that ‘wise’ teacher look. Comb and style your hair until it looks well put together.
#43: Side Swept Hairstyle
If you want to change up your appearance, it’s always a great idea to comb your whole hair to one side. This hairstyle goes exceptionally well with cat-eye-shaped glasses.
#44: Crazy Amazing Curls
Preparing for a special occasion always requires some creativity. If you already have unique-looking glasses, then it’s time to pick a perfect hairstyle to go with them. In this case, you should strive to create perfect-looking curls.
#45: Crop Haircut
This is one of the most commonly seen hairstyles for women over 50-year-old. Modest-looking glasses go great with an equally modest-looking hairstyle. However, if you want to keep things easy and simple, get a cropped haircut and call it a day.
#46: Curly With A Fringe
If you love to play around with colors, you probably have glasses with tinted lenses. If this is true, you should choose a hairstyle that will frame your face well. A hairstyle that can do that is curly hair with a fringe.
#47: Spikey Hairstyle for Over 60 Women With Glasses
When you’re above the 50s or 60s, you really can’t go wrong with a spiky hairstyle. This is the only time you can experiment with this hairstyle after your teenage years. It looks best on women wearing bold-looking glasses because it adds to the drama.
#48: Pushed Back But Left Wild
When you have glasses with very thick frames, everyone knows how daring you are as a person. So, since it’s clear that you’re not afraid of looking unique, push your hair to the back, but leave it wild.
#49: Intense Curls
It’s often hard to express your fun nature when in your 50s or 60s. Unfortunately, wearing glasses can hide that personality trait even more. This is why creating intense curls is always a perfect option.
#50: Voluminous Ponytail
Older women who wear classy cat-eye-shaped glasses will look remarkable no matter what. This is why they have the luxury to pick more simple hairstyles such as high ponytails.
With short, tousled layers, you get the texture that makes thinning hair look much fuller. In addition, the platinum color looks chic and modern for a style that isn’t stuck in the last century.
#52. Salt and Pepper Hair
There’s nothing wrong with letting your natural hair color shine through, and we love this look that boldly grabs the salt and pepper color of aging hair and makes it look fabulous with glasses.
Her hair’s natural texture here looks and feels liberating, as it should, because over 50 or 60, you know more of the world and what’s most important. Feeling confident and happy in the way you look? Now that’s beautiful and priceless.
#53. Blonde Pixie
Try this look if you aren’t keen on looking like an all-American typical grandma. Pixie cuts are always stylish, and with this sandy blonde hair color, you’ll hide your age well.
#54. Bang n’ Bob
#55. Highlighted Curls
If you’ve always loved curling your hair, you don’t need to stop now that you’re over 50and have to wear glasses. This style brings in short, round curls and blondish highlights on sandy-colored hair for a mature look that doesn’t look old-fashioned.
#56. White Blonde Hair
If you don’t want to go all white, go for a blondish look instead. It will add more sheen and texture to your hair to keep it from looking thin and wispy. This simple haircut looks fantastic with color controlled in this way.
#57. Cool Purple Highlights
This is another fantastic example of how you can steal a youthful look without trying too hard. With a bit of shag and layered cut, grays are jazzed up with a light purple which adds dimensions and shines and looks sophisticated, cool, and fun.
#58. Strawberry Shortcake
Remember when you were young, and you swore you’d never dye your hair that neon red that older people always used to do? That’s what makes this red perfect. It looks natural without having that overdone feel. A little teasing and tousling give this style dimension and flair to old ladies with specs.
#59. Short and Blonde
The trick with blonde hair as you age is to choose a warm tone if you’re going to leave length to it, like here. However, if you’re not ready to leave your blonde locks behind, keep it no longer than a bob for a smooth and sleek look.
#60. Snow White
Some women in their 50s or 60s consider having short white hair a blessing. After all, it hasn’t fallen out, and you can still style it! Soft curls add volume and look lovely, giving you the style that makes your grandkids want to reach out for hugs and ask for cookies.
Women in their 50s, 60s, 70s, or 80s have many more hairstyle options than they could ever imagine. With all of these options, it’s easy to find a perfect hairstyle that will go well with your glasses.