“People, old and young, are embracing their silver streaks and showing off the badge of aging proudly. The New York Times writer Leah Rozen recently announced “blondes may have more fun, but we gray gals have it made in our shade.” Even Kate Middleton who has the most envied hair of any celebrity has put her gray roots on display.”
The Huffington Post has created a list of great looking superstars who are proudly sporting their gray locks.
Where you stand on anti-aging procedures can be very different from your friends’ views. As we see reality show housewives and certain film stars with the faces of 14 year olds, it makes one wonder if that is how it should be. Should we all do the same?
Julianne Moore has nailed her view on plastic surgery while not criticizing those who choose to do so in the following statement. “I’d like to think that I can age as naturally as possible. I don’t want to come out condemning anything anybody does, because I think that all of these things can contribute to making people feel better about themselves, and that’s great. But I also want to look like myself. I mean, we’re not going to live forever. You could be dead at 45, and guess what? Then you don’t have to worry about aging.”
Enjoy photos of more celebrity women who have “not gone under the knife” here:
Wait until you see these 29 gorgeous people — men and women in their sixth and seventh decades! As they “redefine senior,” they give us so much hope in planning to have a long and wonderful life while still looking great.
According to Fab Over Fifty’s style and beauty expert, Carol Tuttle, there are 4 “types” of women. Carol has developed a plan to assist you in assessing your inner style and showcase it with color, makeup, hair and clothing selections.
Three lucky FOF’s will win Dressing Your Truth, an online makeover program and a $200+ shopping spree to Carol’s store.
“As you know, your digital identity matters. We’ve discovered that the best way to improve others’ impression of you is to have a recent, well lit photo that shows your entire face and highlights your personality.You’ll look more natural if someone else snaps the photo. If you must take it yourself, be sure to use a camera with a timer to get the most relaxed pose.
All photos should have a professional look and feel. Photos that are too posed are difficult to take seriously.
These tips can help you come up with one great photo that you can use across all of your social media profiles.
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