When your beautiful and in the spotlight, there is very clearly a lot of pressure to continue looking just as amazing as you did in your twenties, into your forties and beyond. It’s obviously unrealistic! These 5 beautiful female stars don’t subscribe to that ridiculous beauty standard but continue to look stunning to this date. They don’t worry about the wrinkles or anything else and instead believe that age is merely a state of mind and about how young you really feel. They look after themselves and stay healthy rather than throwing tantrums over a new wrinkle. It’s a healthier and more normal way of approaching ageing and these 5 stars simply just don’t worry about it.
Cindy thinks worrying about something you can’t control isn’t a good idea: “When you don’t have anything interesting to do, you start thinking too much about what you don’t have anymore. When you can appreciate fulfilling things like family, work, friends or the possibility of helping other people, you will have a focus. The list could go on. But to be standing in front of a mirror and to moan, ‘Oh my God, I’ve just found another wrinkle!’ That’s embarrassing. I don’t have time for that.”
Elle doesn’t think that you have to be young in order to be beautiful: ”I don’t believe that youth equals beauty or beauty equals youth. How I feel, how well I am is more important to me. It doesn’t bother me becoming 50 at all, the alternative is death, so that is not an option. I rather like the idea of flowing on with life. I have had amazing life experiences and hopefully another 50 years of experiences ahead of me.”
Jennifer feels as though age doesn’t count and it’s all about how young you actually feel: ”I feel youthful and in a sense almost timeless. In fact, I don’t even think of myself in terms of age. I think of the way I feel – and that is very healthy and agile and fit.”
Sheryl thinks age is a state of mind: “Age is such an indefinable experience. I look at my grandmother when she was my age – she had boobs down to her waist and looked like an old lady. At 65, my mom is as fun, cool and beautiful as ever. I think it’s just a state of mind.”
Vanessa doesn’t believe beauty is what matters but what you do with your life that counts: “What do you wanna do? You can pull what you’re gonna pull. But it’s always going to be there – the age and the lack of limberness. It’s not about that. It depends what you’ve achieved in your life and where you are at in your life. And it’s not like I’m that old that I can’t look at myself in the mirror. I’m not there yet.”