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Most recommended hairstyles for women over 60 range from extra short crops - that give a certain sex appeal for the active grandmas and they're low-maintenance - to more conservative, mid-length haircuts with bangs encourage a youthful appearance. When choosing a cut, it's important to match it with face shape, hair texture, but also body shape - nothing is more aging than a wrongly chosen or out of date hairstyle. Layered bobs and texturized one-length cuts are great options - they create movement and lift around the face, giving... Read More
The new Advanced Style documentary based on photographer Ari Seth Cohen's blog of the same name, takes a look at the lives of seven unique New Yorkers to illustrate a few unconventional ways of aging fashionably. The documentary shares the perspective of women of ages between 62 to 95, who defied expectations when it came to conventional looks, not letting society's expectations dictate their style.The Advanced Style documentary directed by Lina Plioplyte was already released in the US and will be released in the UK on Friday. Among the movi... Read More
Turning 40 scares most women and this determines them to look for a different hairstyle, a hairstyle which is age appropriate and will help them feel great. Aging is a natural process, but that doesn't mean that if one ages one has to loose her style. There are a variety of hairstyles for women over 40 to choose from, depending on personal style and preference. It is a common misconception of women that once they pass the age of 40 they need to opt for a shorter hairstyle. This is false, hair length has nothing to do with age and wom... Read More
As we grow older, time places it's print over us making us look aged especially if we don't take good care of our skin. There are so many factors which can make us look older than we really are like unhealthy eating, too much sun exposure, improper skin care, stress, etc. The truth is nobody wants to look aged, no matter their gender, everyone would like to look younger for as long as possible. Make-up and plastic surgery aren't the only solution to a younger looking complexion. Here are some tips to help you look younger, rejuvenat... Read More
Experimenting with your hair style might not require as much effort as some think. Those who stick to one sole look might increase the chance to looking plain and boring. Instead of hanging onto a simple and traditional haircut it is more advisable to look through the endless selection of hairdos that would help you stay up-to-date with the latest trends. The over 50 hair styles ideas below show you how the time-tested and also updated haircuts work with all face shapes regardless of age. Deny a few decades of your real age and banish the m... Read More
Kristen Bell graces the April 2012 cover of Women's Health magazine. In the accompanying interview, the 31-year-old 'House of Lies' actress dishes on healthy eating, her favorite bonding ritual, the sexiest body part, swearing, and working with fiancé, Dax Shepard, on their movie 'Outrun'. "I would watch him walk back to the monitor and yell things such as 'Action!' or 'Cut!' and I’d just go, 'And you expect me to work when you’re doing cute things around me all day? How am I supposed to focus?," she says on the upcoming action comed... Read More
Zoe Saldana is Women's Health September 2011 cover girl. In the interview, the 33-year-old actress dishes on her exercise routine, on the training period for 'Colombiana', and she also reveals a few things regarding her healthy lifestyle and her thoughts on her male costars. Zoe has recently graced the cover of three September 2011 magazine issues. You can find the beautiful starlet on the cover of Ebony, Women’s Health, and Latina. Besides, she was also featured in the GQ September 2011 issue. Zoe admitted she is more like the boyi... Read More
Marisa Miller is Women's Health new cover girl for the magazine's January/February 2012 issue. In the interview, the 33-year-old gorgeous model and actress dishes on her diet tricks and reveals some of her lean-body secrets. She also says that, "I'm very shy. I know it's weird for a person who models lingerie and swimsuits, but I don't like to be the center of attention." "Eighty percent of the things I do are not natural for my personality. I believe you have to fake it till you make it. Act like you're confident and you'll get ther... Read More
She's just made her debut in the movie industry but she's by far a novice in the entertainment industry as a singer. Rihanna has managed to gather up quite a fan group on an international level. At 24, Rihanna looks hotter than ever as she proves by gracing the cover of Women's Fitness UK May 2012 issue. Between filming, singing and flaunting her perfect physique on the cover of the magazine, Rihanna still found the time to sit down for a chat with one of the magazine's writers and shared precious info regarding her fitness routine, favorite... Read More
Brooklyn Decker covers Women's Health May 2012 issue. In the interview with the magazine, the 25-year-old model and actress dishes on her diet, working out, playing tennis with husband Andy Roddick, and she also reveals some of her top tricks to stay in a head-turning shape. Juggling two careers is not the easiest thing to do, yet Decker is totally aware that it is extremely important to maintain the body that made her famous. "If I stop wanting to work out, then I'm going to be in some serious trouble," she says. "I love working my ... Read More
Jillian Michaels flaunts her sexy body on the latest cover of Women's Health June 2012. The 38-year-old fitness guru sits down for a chat with the magazine and dishes on a wide range of topics including everything you need in order to burn belly fat and tighten your core. In the interview, Michaels reveals four tummy troubles saying that stress, too much dairy, bad ab equipment and alcohol can ruin your fitness plan. "When your levels of cortisol — a fight-or-flight survival hormone — are high, it can put your body in fat-storage mod... Read More