their early 20s instead of embracing the fact that they're middle aged, oftentimes being in fierce competition w/younger women? What are they fearful of?
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Do you think (women) are harder on other women who attempt to turn back the clock on their appearance cosmetically and fashionably?
US Census lists the category middle age around 45 to 65.
Since most don't live to be 90 how is 45 middle? :)
Dashing..If we don't equate the term "middle age" w/ the THE MID POINT IN OUR TIME ON EARTH.I guess it's a matter of choice. 50 maybe...I say more power to women if they utilize all tricks to remain young-looking! Just not to over-do it.
Good answer.Nothing's wrong w/a woman in her 50s looking, feeling, & acting youthful.However, there's something seriously wrong w/a woman in her 50s acting like a teenager. Compare Madonna to Vanessa Williams-both are in their 50s but w/a differe
Madonna leaves me cold & bored. She always has. She's an example of a 100% CREATED image....there's very little that seems "real" about Madonna.
They say her net worth is around $800 Million.
Madonna was an early adaptor of "branding" one's image. She plays the role of a vamp but is a shrewd calculating businesswoman who pulls her own strings.
Granted she's not considered "tasteful" :)
Grace..Thanks for choosing my answer! :)
You're quite welcome.
Looks don't start to fade in one's 30s. The 30s are the beginning of when women look their best. Even in their 50s, looks don't fade if women take good care of themselves.
I'm with you 100% Grace!! Bravo.....even 60 can be the new 30!! Just maintain and keep it subtle.!!
I agree with Grace & Paula. I was in my prime in my 30s & 40s. Even in my 60s I don't think I look too bad...but everything is starting to sag more!
A woman in her 50s should look her best. There's no need to go to seed because one is 50 & beyond.There is a sexiness in one's 50s which should bespeak sophistication instead of being morbidly a teenager.