Hi, have been thinking about this off and for days. Thought this morning as I left for my doctor’s appointment., at least I have on a different outfit for today’s appointment. Last week I realized every time I have been to this physician’s office, I end up wearing the same outfit. It is a nice outfit and clean, but always the same top and pants. Pretty pathetic and I intend to change that one of these days soon.
Watching TV in an office this morning I thought,why do women who are aging want to wear their hair long. I don’t mean shoulder length, but long long? If you have an attractive hair style that pulls the hair away from your face and hands which are pushing the hair away from your face every few minutes, then good for you. Watch some of the ladies on TV, even series and note how often they touch their hair. Enough said about that. My opinion only! Someone who keeps her hair short and in a style that causes me the least amount of work.
Rarely do I put on make up any more. Another thing that can be remedied by me. Make up as you age needs to be artfully done. Define! I don’t know that i can but will try. Just thought artfully sounded good. Kidding, kidding. Make up as you age should be tastefully done, not too much. You don’t want the double take look because the makeup is too much. You want the double take look from someone ( man or woman) who says or thinks, now there is very attractive older women.
Tips from an older woman, who has some work to do herself:
- Dress appropriately. I myself have bought outfits from thrift stores I have received so many compliments on. Don’t put yourself in debt by buying something so expensive you really can’t afford it.
- Hair hanging down your back. Find a flattering style that does not draw attention to your age. You want to downplay your age.
- Make up! Moisturizer, a light base, a little color and a draw it altogether lipstick.
My words of wisdom for today! Enjoy yourself. We played Mexican Dominoes here over the weekend. Such a fun game. Plan something fun for each day.
Don’t forget to try an essential oil. There are really some great oils out there.
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