So you’re definitely out of your twenties, and while dying your hair purple might be out of the question, it doesn’t mean you should have to succumb to a mom bob. Take a peek at these eight women who prove that cutting-edge looks (pun intended) are still feasible well into your sixties.

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Lupita Nyong'o, 34: The Tight Crop

Short and natural, Nyong'o's locks are perfectly shaped but still look effortless.

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Anne Hathaway, 35: The Sweeping Pixie

Pro tip: Not all pixies are created equal. For a modern look, ask your stylist for layers that "melt," aka are barely noticeable, which keeps the sides from looking poufy.

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Kristen Wiig, 44: The Blunt Bob

A sharp cut like Wiig's elongates the neck and is especially flattering on heart-shaped or oval faces.

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Jennifer Garner, 45: The Wispy Bangs

Feminine layers know no age.

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Halle Berry, 51: The Face-Framing Lob

Berry's style works on nearly any texture but looks best on hair with a natural wave or curl.

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Kyra Sedgwick, 52: The Bouncy Curls

Ladies with natural ringlets: Ask for a cut that gives them movement and aim for a slightly off-center part.

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Julia Louis-Dreyfus, 57: The Shoulder-Grazing Layers

A mid-length cut with chin-length layers practically styles itself. Give the ends a quick flip and be on your way.

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Christine Baranski, 65: The Swept-Back Bob

A little bit of length + a little bit of styling = a whole lot of timelessness.

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