Good eyebrows - lush and extended - are usually made, not born, at 50. They do for your aging face what a blazer does for your body, adding structure and definition. Unfortunately, too many of us got a little tweezer crazy back in the day; others are dealing with skimpy, misshapen or balding brows due to thyroid or hormonal changes. And brows do change with age. Even Brooke Shields, who is famous for her full brows, now has shapelier, more groomed ones.
I'm positive: You couldn't pick a better place to have an International Conference on Positive Aging this week (or any week). It isn't just because it's in Florida, but also because it's specifically in Sarasota County, which happens to have the highest percentage of people age 85-plus in the nation.
The next time you drop off Mom at your local senior center, you might want to stay. These places, known mostly for bingo, lunch and blood pressure screenings, can be a great refuge for family caregivers. You'll be surprised at the transformation. A motorcycle club at the Lakeville Senior Center in Minnesota??
Some women do look better with age. Why? Cosmetic surgery or dermatological procedures can perk things up and certain women admit it. Others claim it's all lucky genes, an addiction to workouts and a strict healthy diet. As a beauty editor, I've worked on photo shoots with nearly every celeb now over 50 and thousands of real everyday women. We're all in the same boat famous or not. My heroines are women who keep their looks intact but don't try to be 25 or 35 again. Here are 10 other things they do:
Did you just realize that summer is around the corner and you haven't done a single one of those "New Year's Resolutions" to get more fit? You're not alone.
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