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Old 04-01-2012, 08:30 PM
Location: Tucson
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Originally Posted by JustJulia View Post
I also think the highlights in your hair make you look older (as in older than early 20s, which seems to be your goal). The color of your hair is obviously artificial, and youth is antithetical to artifice. If you want t o look younger, color your hair how it looked in high school--minus the grey.
I don't know if all pics are taken at about the same time, but some are very different. For instance, there's a big difference between the 2nd one and the 3rd one. I could say 18, had I seen only the 2nd one.

Old 04-01-2012, 08:31 PM
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I ws thinking about thirty too. There is a certain "mature" look that you don't see in females that just got out of their teens. I think it makes the face look interesting instead of just like a million other ones.

keep fit, eat right and enjoy yourself. You will get older. Accept the change as it comes and you will find it a lot easier than fighting it.
Old 04-01-2012, 08:35 PM
Location: Midwest
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Sometimes the texture of the skin changes as people get older, and their facial features start to look more mature. It's genetic and there's nothing you can do about that.
Old 04-01-2012, 08:38 PM
Location: Tucson
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Originally Posted by nyanna View Post
and their facial features start to look more mature. It's genetic and there's nothing you can do about that.
Nothing wrong with that. Most beautiful women didn't look as good when very young.
Old 04-01-2012, 08:52 PM
Location: Tucson
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Hmm... I didn't think it was possible to delete your own post without a trace... I'm referring to an idiotic remark that just appeared a minute ago.
Old 04-01-2012, 08:53 PM
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Photographs can be deceiving. Just the other day I saw a photo (her twitter photo) of Joan Rivers and she looked way younger than her actual age. Seeing someone in person, you can tell alot better. Btw youre a very lovely girl.

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Old 04-01-2012, 08:58 PM
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In one pic you look about 30

The rest look early 20's
Old 04-01-2012, 08:59 PM
Location: The Hall of Justice
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Originally Posted by jackie100 View Post
I think it is in part because I have big cheeks. I have no problem being older with no laugh lines; I actually don't laugh a lot to be honest. I hate those lines; in a few years I plan to get fillers for them (Restylane).
I hate the lines too but will probably live with them. They started showing up within the last five years ... I'm 38 now. I've thought about fillers but am too chicken to look at how much they cost.
Old 04-01-2012, 09:48 PM
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On the internet, a lot of Asians have said that people mistake them for a younger person. I have this problem, too, and I'm Caucasian.

This site has helped me learn how to dress better. Although it's nice to dress in nicer clothes, I feel frustrated, sometimes, that other people are able to wear casual clothes and be respected.

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Old 04-01-2012, 10:12 PM
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Originally Posted by jackie100 View Post
I am 33 now but will be turning 34 soon in May so soon to be a middle aged woman. Do I look young for my age or can you tell that I am in my thirties. I SWEAR I am NOT trolling or fishing for compliments (I do not want compliments, I want folks to be BLUNT and honest, don't be nice) or fishing for attention (ok, perhaps I am asking for attention, I'm an attention *****).

Some people tell me I look rather young (mid 20's) while others say that I have an old face and they can tell right away that I am in my thirties. As for the swimsuit picture; I am actually a lot more toned now since I started working out hardcore but it still gives an indication of how my body looks in terms of size.

The reason why I posted many pics was so you could get a clearer overall view (candid shots versus professional etc in case one picture was deceiving).

I am not asking how old you think I am according to ethnicity or my posts on this forum but based on appearance alone. Do I look like the average 34 year old or younger and why? Does it look like I let myself go throughout the years or does it look like I took good care of myself? How do I look compared to the average 34 year old and why?

Haha...I just stumbled across this thread. WOW!!
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