Is 50 really the new 30? All signs point to yes in this watershed year of powerful and famous beauty icons turning 50. In 2014, Michelle Obama, Sandra Bullock, Courtney Cox, Hoda Kotb, Elle Macpherson, Juliette Binoche, Courtney Love, Molly Shannon, Calista Flockhart Diana Krall, Marisa Tomei, and Mary Louise Parker, to name just a dozen or so celebrities, will celebrate the big 5-0.
In all fairness, 50 never looked so good, and the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS) set out to prove it with a survey of more than 500 women aged 50 and over.
“An overwhelming majority of women concluded that 50 is the new 30,” the organization reported. Sixty-nin
Or is 50 the NEW 50?
Women reaching this milestone decade are more active, vibrant, beautiful, sexy and desirable than ever before. Think Sharon Stone, Julianne Moore, Sheryl Crow, and Madonna… Women don’t have to fear 50 any longer; and they don’t have to look old, feel old, or act their age either. But they don’t necessarily want to look 25 again either. In control, women approaching 50 can do what they want to look as young as they feel—with no questions asked about BOTOX® or a nip and tuck, if they so desire. Turning 50 is all about what YOU make it.
The American Academy of Facial and Plastic Surgery (AAFPRS) is turning 50 in 2014, and they want to know your thoughts
It seems like we live in a straight-hair rules world, but according to a recent poll conducted by L’Oreal Paris, nearly 80% of women would choose wavy or curly hair as their natural hairstyle, if they had a magic wand. Surprisingly, only 16% of women would want hair that followed the straight and narrow.
As a wavy head myself, I know it takes a bit of work to get it right—an activity quite worth the effort, according to the “Curly Girl” survey that was commissioned this year. Seventy-four percent of the curl/wavy haired women polled said that their curls gain them compliments.
And curly heads know the power of their locks. Forty percent said that they wear their curls “au n
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- MEET DR. DEEPAK DUGAR – BOARD CERTIFIED RHINOPLASTY SURGEON
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