I've noticed that necks seem to age even when women have their faces lifted. Is there a surgery that takes care of that?
Has anyone had anything done? I haven't yet, but might someday.
I'm waiting to see what happens to all the women who started doing this twenty years ago. If Joan Rivers doesn't develop face cancer or some rare skin ailment, I might go for it.
I would like an answer to this question, if anybody out there reads this or knows. In the last few years, I have noticed tremendous wrinkles in my neck area. I had lost 35 + pounds previous to this - wondering if that is part of the problem or is it just gravity??
I think a woman and men to should make themselves what THEY want and not by what the media want
if you are clean and neat and like what you are wearing and the color of your hair or the feeling of your skin then do as you wish
if you do not like that hair color go try on a wig till you get the color you are comfy with then go to a good colorist
you have to live with you and you have to like you best....tis nobody else's business
I am me and I like me
Very well said Julia. That is exactly how I feel. I wear what looks best and feels comfortable to me.
I have not had any cosmetic surgery.It would scare me too much.I keep my skin clean and use a good face cream.
I try to stay looking as youthful as I can.It is very important that we like ourselves.
yes,thank you Dee. I guess I was blessed with good genes and so are my 3 daughters and 2 grand daughters
Keeping your skin clean is a good healthy thing and eating healthy foods with some exercise you are as healthy as you can be...the clothing is your choice...once I leave the house I never pull or tug at my clothes and I go on my merry way enjoying the day. My profile photo in the santa hat was taken 2 years ago at my then ripe age of 68 and I pretty much look the same except for a few more grey hairs and a change of glasses
Do not accept anyone else's definition of you. Many people think that it's their job to do that, when in fact they are really judging and defining themselves.
Susan - One or more of my teaching collegues would constantly try to belittle my teaching ideas and procedures (I have a MS degree), when in actuality their teaching was almost nil - even to the point of leaving their students alone, while they were off on a mission to the teacher's room.
The point of this is just as you say Susan - "When someone makes a judgement of you - they are really judging and defining themselves".
Thanks for your excellent point.