|MlleW old batt-iness dissected. Imagery: here|
orange tango when I was 16 so faking was not the most believable option.
Deal is, I use high protection since my mid 20s and it shows when you compare me against my tantastic peers.
None...I am that old that people were allowed to smoke in airplanes, so I co-smoked without smoking myself: I hated it ever since so that put me off for life.
3. Nice parents
You might think otherwise from the stories above, but mine were the hedonistic kind but they knew how to enjoy the moment between working really hard: better a shorter life fullfilled than a boring longer one! (So having fun keeps you young).
4. Stuff on my face:
|"do not disturb: youth in progress"|
5. Stuff off your face
Remove the makeup at night: if you still wanna keep up appearances: do it when he sleeps and do a "Bridesmaids" in the morning! But be honest at a certain time because he probably knew women before in their real appearance (If he didn't: how young is this dude??)
Keeping the body tight makes you look younger and the cells get more oxygen so you look younger as well.
It has its limits: without good sleep I look like a frumpled bag, and not the cute Miu Miu matelasse.
In that case:
|same h&m shorts as here| bikini: Havaianas for Oysho|
Doing a Cousin It (aka hiding behind the hair) helps too:
|"pizza on the beach"?|
8. A silk Pillowcase:
I love a silk kimono to sleep in as well.
I disagree upon some fashionrules: no leather jacket after 30? Geez, I got my first when I was 31! I think women of all ages can look amazing in leather jacket: Check Carine Roitfelt working hers or browse some of the Balenciaga versions on purseforum (here).
All that Wheatgrass talk I did here, I still do that: I added Baobab powder, Udo's Choice oils and so much stuff I drink. Plus loads of water! I always need a toilet close to me.
|all the stuff I have to drink...|
|Gwynneth dress was all the sugar she needed|
So what have you skipped wearing [already] that you did earlier? And what do you consider too mature right now?