“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.
In 1964 the youngest boomers were born. This year, they hit 50. The Huffington Post reports that “in December, Brad Pitt became the sexiest boomer alive when he turned the big 5-0 and in 2014, the boomers are going to make, well — quite the boom with some of the hottest names in Hollywood celebrating their half-centuries.”
See some of their photos here and enjoy a list of “late bloomers,” such as Laura Ingalls Wilder and Alfred Hitchcock, who made it big later in life:
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.
Donna Sapolin, VP, Editorial Director & General Manager of Next Avenue lists the top complaints about aging, then follows each with practical, positive, forward looking sets of solutions to the problems. Read this and you will feel as though you met with a therapist, your attorney, your financial planner and your best friend all in an afternoon.
Here is an example:
“Your youthful looks are fading. Self-worth, relationships, even employment opportunities can take a beating from changes in appearance that come with age. Solution: Cultivate things that fuel inner beauty, a quality that actually grows more powerful with time and experience. Pin down ways you can extend more kindness to family, friends, colleagues and total strangers. Start by thinking about what a loving, open heart really means and how you can translate your strengths or develop new ones to instruct, mentor and support others.”
Hollywood’s “guru of hue” Jill Kirsh takes a closer look at this season’s 10 coolest colors and matches them with the FOF celebs they flatter most. Jill, has a color theory system based on hair color, and believes that any FOF can look younger, thinner and more radiant when they are wearing their best shades. Read more about Jill’s color system, here.