There are two teams in Hollywood, women who are considered “ageless” as Felicia O’Garro notes in Starpulse, and women who simply “age well” or are accepting of their aging process.
Who are the winners?
There is a huge praise of women are able to seem ageless while there is now a growing crowd that are lauding the women who are accepting their age and are aging well.
Starpulse says it best:
Mark Twain has a famous quote: “Age is an issue of mind over matter. If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter.” Easy for Mark to say, but in Hollywood this statement means nothing to celebrities who are constantly being judged on how they look.”
There are contests and articles like People’s Search for “Real Beauty” at every age.
BSC Kids call it, “They are aiming to celebrate real women in the issue for the first time ever.” For the first time though?
So what is beauty? Women of the media don’t make it easy to define and figure out what it is. And most generally, these featured women are not ethnic and are not diverse.
In the end though, Huffington Post‘s autumn Whitefield-Madrano expends knowledge on what she’s learned about beauty as she has aged, and she has the right mentality even though it doesn’t overall capture knowledge and advice.
PEOPLE’s Search for Real Beauty at Every Age
10 Ageless Celebrity Women and Their Secrets
What I Know About Beauty Now That I’m In My 30s
Study finds beautiful women face discrimination in certain jobs
On the Job, Beauty Is More Than Skin-Deep