Note from Pauline Durban, Founder and President of Covered Perfectly - I love Jennifer, she's a say it like it is person, just like me. I think that's why we hit it off when she modeled at our last few photo shoots. When I read this article, I knew I had to share it. As a beautiful woman over 60, who looks fantastic, she has earned her opinion. Be sure to click on the link at the end to read some of the comments made on her post.
Over to Jennifer...
If you’ve read my blog for any length of time, you know I have strong opinions. Every now and then I feel the need to
rant about discuss topics and get your input. Last week I ran across something that was initially puzzling… then annoying because it insulted my intelligence.
Because I’m a blogger, I spend a lot of time on social media. That’s not necessarily a good thing but it comes with the territory. I’ve noticed a new buzz term and hashtag on Instagram (the fastest growing social media channel) that disturbs me. It’s #ageless. Perhaps it’s harmless… but not the way I seeing it being used.
No one is ageless. We’re all aging and it’s nothing to fear or be ashamed about. I know many women do fear it and fight tooth and nail to look younger than they are by any means possible. The term anti-aging has always bothered me and #ageless falls into the same category if you’re telling us a brand’s product has caused your face to appear #ageless and timeless.
As far as I can tell the only way to stop the clock is by dying. Marilyn Monroe will look 36 forever because that’s when she died, at 36. She’s timeless.
A lot of women my age are having facelifts, neck lifts, eye jobs, getting Botox, and injecting fillers into their face. I have no problem with Continue reading