Older, Bolder & BEAUTIFUL
HAIR COLOR? BOTOX? SURGERY? THESE FAMOUS LADIES REVEAL THEIR PERSONAL CHOICES FOR AGING GRACEFULLY
“I’ve never felt more beautiful,” says Andie, 63, who let her gray grow in last year. “I’m not saying that everybody has to go do this...but it suits me. We evolve and we age, and this is part of the process.”
JAMIE LEE CURTIS
“I’ve been an advocate for not [messing] with your face,” says Jamie Lee, 63, who disliked Botox when she tried it years ago. “Why do you want to look 17 when you’re 70? I want to look 70 when I’m 70!”
Jane, 70, defies time with good skincare, including retinol night cream, moisturizer over her entire body and lots of sunscreen. "I do not believe in doing anything permanent," she says of plastic surgery.
“Do life on your own terms,” says Cher, 75, who swears she will never give up her dark tresses. “[Gray] is fine for other girls. I’m just not doing it,” she says, noting that she will always be a fan of fake eyelashes, too. “If you never stop being a girl, you’ll never get old.”
“Getting older is a fact of life. It’s all about how you make it,” says Goldie, 76, who uses a chemicalfree rinse in her hair. Goldie also likes to moisturize from the inside out! “I ingest two tablespoons of olive oil before bed and massage my face,” she says.
“As I’ve gotten older, my skin and hair have become even drier. So keeping moisturized and protected with sunscreen is pretty important,” says Jane, 84, who went silver in 2020. “So much money spent, so many chemicals — I’m through with that!”
“There’s no plastic here,” says Rita, 90, who admits she lucked out with genetics. “I don’t do anything except keep my skin clean and moisturized. I don’t have any problems with my skin.”
She avoids sun and sugar and recently let her color grow in. “Boy, was I ever surprised to see my ‘nature’s highlights’ are more silver than gold,” laughs Christie, 67, who has since resumed coloring.