Pushing sixty? You’re supposed to be pushing these items away:
There is a time to start aging gracefully, and UK beauty product company Nurture Replenish Skincare surveyed 2,000 women age 45-plus and found out that most of you think that’s at age 59. This is the age that women thought it was time to ditch high heels, red lipstick, tight clothes and false nails and try to look “more natural.”
Women shouldn’t wear baseball caps or apply a fake tan after age 40, respondents said. Miniskirts and leather pants are off the rack at 41, knee-high boots and even conservative tight tops should be retired by age 45. And tattoos start to look bad by the mid-50s.
Except in winter, tattoos start to look bad by 6:30 am.
And if you’re 59 and despairing, here’s Dolly Parton right around her 66th, gleefully ignoring all of this:
Although I admit I’ve never seen Dolly in a baseball cap.
(Via Not Dead Yet Style.)