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With her hair pulled straight back in a humdrum ponytail, Joan says she's ready for a sexier look. "I knew I needed to give the ponytail and the bun a rest," she says.

Ken Paves says oh-so-tight styles like Joan's can actually make a woman look much older than she really is. "In the '20s and '30s … they used to take women's hairlines and tweeze them back because that would age them and make an 18-year-old actress look 20, 30, 40 years older on the big screen," Ken says. "So by doing that, it exposes the face and leaves everything open, when that softness really camouflages and changes some of the lines of the face."

Stylist Kimberly Kimble gives Joan a softer, more youthful look by lightening her haircolor and framing her face with long layers. "I feel glamorous," Joan says.
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FROM: Oprah's Great American Haircut
Published on November 02, 2007

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