If you haven’t changed your hairstyle since “Seinfeld” dominated prime time, perhaps it’s time you hit the hair salon.
“The right cut and color can erase five years from your appearance,” says NYC-based colorist Sharon Dorram, who sees her A-list clientele — which has included Christie Brinkley, Kate Winslet and Linda Evangelista — out of her Upper East Side salon, Sharon Dorram Color at Sally Hershberger.
One of the most common mistakes she sees? Middle-aged women stuck in a hair rut, wearing the same style they’ve sported since their late 20s. “As you get older, both your hair and your face get thinner, so you need to adjust your style,” Dorram says.
Whether it’s adding more layers or losing a few inches, the main goal is preserving bounce and movement. Adjusting your color is also key. “When hair ages, it loses shine and dimension,…