Joyce Carpati is fashionable, vibrant and most importantly, proud to embrace her age. Find out how the 82-year-old is spreading the message that the right attitude, not a lot of anti-aging products, is all you need to look and feel fabulous.
We check in via Skype with Team GB Elite blogger Oleda Baker to find out how she feels about her upcoming 80th birthday. And she’s heard what the naysayers have had to say about her appearance. Has she had a facelift? She tells all.
Why do we tell women they need a lot of makeup and beauty products to look younger? Makeup minimalist, pro-aging sensation and 50+ supermodel Cindy Joseph explains why she’s trying to convince more women to EMBRACE and celebrate their age.
Joan Kron is 83 years old and covers plastic surgery for Allure magazine. Find out why she’s not afraid to admit she’s a fan of going under the knife and why she never plans on retiring.
Are anti-aging products legitimate or a waste of your money? Is there any proof to back up their claims? Can some actually be harmful to your health? Those are the questions Arlene Weintraub answers in her new book, “Selling the Fountain of Youth.”
She’s one of the top stylists and fashion experts working in Hollywood, but for years she suffered in silence from a debilitating disease because she thought people would think she was old. Find out why she’s coming clean now about arthritis.
Think you need good genes or a good surgeon to age well? Think again. Oleda Baker is a former supermodel who still dazzles at 76 and she says it’s all about the way you treat your mind and body. Get her tips for breaking the age barrier.
Beginning the journey into the second half of your life can be so confusing. That’s why Barbara Hannah Grufferman wrote the definitive guide to life after 50, focusing on health, money, sex, beauty and more.
Soap star Tina Sloan explains why it takes courage to be natural these days. Find out why she’s breaking all the rules in Hollywood by not being afraid to look her age.
Her project is called “The Beauty of Wisdom,” and it seeks to redefine what the word beautiful means as we age. Robbie Kaye pointed her lens at women in their 70s, 80s and 90s and wants YOU to take the next step.