Fashion Blogger 50 Is Not Old's hair is shinning bright and vivid in the sunshine


As a blogger, I get asked a lot of questions. I am used to telling people how tall I am, how much I weigh, and what size clothing I wear. I share that personal information to help my readers make better choices on the size of clothing that they should order. But, the thing that I get asked MOST about is my hair! So, I’m sharing with all of you what products I am using.


Fashion Blogger 50 Is Not Old when she was 5 years old


When I was young, I had snow-white hair. This was me, probably around five years old. In my mind, I still have this color of hair.


Fashion Blogger 50 Is Not Old as a senior in high school


However, in reality, by the time that I graduated high school, my beautiful white-blonde hair had turned a darker blonde.


Collage of 50 Is Not Old's latest hairstyle


To recapture the color of my youth, I visit the hair salon every 5 weeks for a cut and color. The collage above highlighted my recent hairstyle change since everyone wanted to see the new do from every angle.


Fashion Blogger 50 Is Not Old is showing 4 photos of her hair style


I pay a lot to get the color that I want, and I love all of the different shades and variations of blonde that my magician of a hairdresser achieves. That is why I was thrilled to learn that Hair Biology had recently launched a new product line to help preserve its color.


Fashion Blogger 50 Is Not Old is sitting in front of a fountain holding the Hair Biology products she uses


It’s not just the color – my hair has changed as I’ve gotten older. Hormonal changes from menopause can also throw your hair for a loop. Have you noticed that the texture of your hair has changed? Mine is still coarse and thick, but most women start to experience hair loss as they age. Other factors, such as thyroid issues and stress, can also play a big role in hair loss.

Is it just me, or does it sometimes feel like the beauty industry forgot about us older ladies?  It’s like our specific needs became invisible to them. Well, good news! Hair Biology was created just for us, and they have addressed the challenges that we face like dryness, frizz, thinning, and the decision on whether to embrace or fight going gray.


Fashion Blogger 50 Is Not Old's hair is bright and shinny after using Hair Biology products


I took these photos right after I dried my hair. I only used Hair Biology Vivid & Protected Shampoo and Conditioner on my hair. My hair color looks as fresh as the day that I walked out of the salon, and it is as soft as can be.

The Sulfate-Free Color Brilliance Shampoo gently cleanses without stripping to protect against damage and fade. The Sulfate-Free Color Brilliance Conditioner helps protect against color fade and dullness by nourishing over-processed hair surfaces. I don’t want to see my money going down the drain, so keeping my hair color protected is a big deal to me.


Fashion Blogger 50 Is Not Old's hair is soft and shinny after using Hair Biology products


I use the Color Sealing Mask with every other shampoo. I apply a quarter-sized amount and massage it into my hair instead of a conditioner. Then, I leave the mask on while I wash my body and shave my legs. All that is left to do is to rinse it out and dry my hair.


Fashion Blogger 50 Is Not Old is showing how she uses her Hair Biology shine serum


As we age, our hair starts to lose the beautiful shine that we had in our youth. A couple of squirts of the Silver Shine Serum gives my hair a healthy glow. You can use this lightweight cream on wet or dry hair since it isn’t greasy. Here is how I use the Silver Shine Serum.



Fashion Blogger 50 Is Not Old is holding Hair Biology's Shine Serum


The Silver Shine Serum is free of parabens and dyes and infused with biotin, known to support healthy-looking hair.


Fashion Blogger 50 Is Not Old is sitting on the arm of a chair in a red top and blue cardigan


Here I am! I am in my 60s, and I am living life to its fullest. My hair is a wonderful reflection of the confident woman I’ve become, and Hair Biology is helping me to keep it that way.


Fashion Blogger 50 Is Not Old's hair is showing Hair Biology products in front of a fountain


I’ve been using Hair Biology products for over a year! Joe uses the Soft & Hydrated Line, and I’ve been using the Silver & Glowing Line. My daughter-in-law is a hairdresser, and I have access to any hair product that I want. However, I’ve not found any product that keeps my hair healthier and shinier than Hair Biology. I love the way my hair feels and looks with these products, and I enjoy all of the compliments that I get on my hair.

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  1. Diane Schulert wrote:

    Oh my! You are ageless,Tania, simply ageless! Beautiful and bouncy, full of life!

    Posted 8.23.21 Reply
  2. Angie wrote:

    Love the way your hair looks now, and you looked so beautiful in your high school photo. Most of us in our age group are no strangers to that hairstyle, and I had to get up extra early just to get it like that. By the way, I could listen to you talk all day with that lovely accent and sound of your voice. I’m from Brooklyn, NY, and it took me over 30 years to get rid of mine, as you can surely understand why.

    Posted 8.17.21 Reply
    • Tania wrote:

      Angie, I get tickled when people say that I have an accent. Lol! I can’t hear it of course, so I am like, “what accent?”

      Posted 8.17.21 Reply
  3. Deborah Wood wrote:

    You are an amazing, beautiful woman. I see your post on facebook and you inspire me everyday. I do however take your advice on interchanging outfits. I am 58 years old. Work in a corporate company. Live in South Africa, Kwa-Zulu Natal.

    Posted 8.16.21 Reply
  4. Ann wrote:

    You’re in your 60s? Holy cow, when did that happen? I honestly thought we were the same age (55).

    Posted 8.16.21 Reply
    • Tania wrote:

      Lol! Ann, that made me laugh! I started the blog at 55, and I turned 61 this past May.

      Posted 8.16.21 Reply
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