beauty after 50
A little foundation, eyeliner and bright pink lipstick adds a "wow" factor.
I am getting a tad outraged by the investment I have been making in my personal upkeep. I know it's my choice -- honestly, it's my decision to augment my 'natural' beauty -- so why do I feel trapped in this vicious cycle of hair and body?
By now, we know what a 50-year-old body looks like. We live in one every single day. Even those of us who purchase the latest anti-aging creams and capsules know they won't make us look younger. Not really. So what's the alternative? Here are seven real anti-aging tricks.
One of the biggest myths about aging is that older women no longer care about how they look. This is complete nonsense. Most of us don't care about looking younger. But, we do care about looking our best and feeling great. Makeup is only one very small part of our appearance.
Since I'm trying to age gracefully I was eager to read Andrea's 'beauty tips, tricks and truths' for women 50 plus. The guide is overflowing with practical information for boomer girls.
What I don't see is a face doctored by scalpels and botulism toxin, or plumped by fillers or scoured and planed by lasers. I am every cosmetic surgeon's worst nightmare -- not because I need so much work but because I am so clear that the only work I need do, is beyond skin deep.
The most important lesson I've learned is this: it's the small, simple changes that can have the biggest impact on aging with health, vitality, beauty, and grace.