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In Your 50s: Color Those Greys
Even the occasional gray strand can be aging to women in their 50s. "When covering grays at the salon, avoid single-process color treatments as they tend to look too severe," said Catherine Zeta-Jones's hairstylist Patrick Melville. "Add soft highlights or lowlights to break up your hair and create a youthful shine." Opt for Clairol's Root Touch-Up kit ($6; ulta.com
) between salon visits to keep your color fresh.
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