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How old do you think I look? Can you give me advice on how to look older?

How old do you think I look? Can you give me advice on how to look older? Topic: Did the sister wives get the homes 2013
June 16, 2019 / By Ben-Oni
Question: This is me: http://picpaste.com/image-ZqHmktWC.jpeg I am in my twenties, and I have been told I look very young. I'd love some tips on how to look older! Yes, I am not wearing makeup in the picture because I honestly suck at putting makeup on! (Also sorry for the semi awkward pic, I was sending a dress to my friend haha)
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Abidan Abidan | 4 days ago
1. Tanning bed. 10-15 years older, but I do not recommend that. 2. Highlighting the hair if you're 20.. As for me, example, it's the opposite, my cousin told me I should dye my hair so I can be younger. How many older folks have hair down to their knees? If you're old and you dye your hair, you're still old. FYI: Chemicals can enter the body through the skin. > > > Hair dye chemicals linked to cancer London, Feb 20, 2013 I've been saying that since 2009. Hair dyes, which include home hair colouring kits and those used at pricey salons, are linked to deadly cancer-causing chemicals, warn scientists. In 2009 the Mail revealed that women who used hair dyes more than nine times a year had a 60% greater risk of contracting blood cancer. A year later the European Commission banned 22 hair dyes which put long-term users at risk of bladder cancer. 3. Wear a ton of makeup, eyebrow pencils, lots of mascara so they look fake. Kylie Jenner wore more makeup than her sisters, her dad saying to her: "You look like 30 but eat like 11". 4. Wear fake nails, fake lashes, wigs. 5. Wear very short hair. Everyone have short hair @ the senior center where I do volunteer work. Jennifer Aniston, the most desirable member of 'Friends' TV sitcom, is the one left who is single, has short hair! Jane Lynch for ex. on Glee, looks like she's in her 60's! Short hair makes everyone looks 'mature', if that was the case, I've been mature since 2nd grade. 6. Wear 6" high heels to school. High heels also linked to arthritis. Google it. 7. Lay in the sun, so you can get lots of aged spots, not to include pre-mature aging look faster. Soak in the pool or tub. Use very hot water everyday 8. Dress like your mom. Dress smart. 9. Put your hair up, if it's long. Example: my profile is self explanatory. Men want to see the real you. Go for pretty, not pretend-y. Unless you're doing a runway and getting paid to model, my advice is DON'T. My dentist & his wife looks like high school kids! Looking younger than your age, is REALLY a positive thing. Don't take that seriously. It's just a number, btw. My parents were in their 90's and people thought they were only in their 70's, because they were doing all their chores, gardening, etc. Age is just a number. . . . until someone tries to guess yours.
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Abidan Originally Answered: Now that your older,what advise would you give some of the younger people?
Learn to relate to people in an honest, healthy, and constructive way. This will greatly help you in marraige, in being a better parent, and in many other parts of life (since other people are usually a part of most things we do). Most people don't do this..and there aren't too many people modeling healthy relationships in our society. TV, movies, and music for the most part promote destructive ways of relating to others..mostly because it makes better entertainment. But in real life, it not only hurts other people, but yourself as well. If your parents are divorced or don't have a good marraige, you probably have had poor role models (relationally speaking anyway, though they may be good people otherwise). Try to spend time with an older couple that has a good marraige and watch how they relate to each other and to their children (maybe a friend's parents). Also read some self help books such as "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People". It's natural for most people to want to be understood and to be treated right. While you shouldn't let other people walk all over you, try to be open to what others are saying to you. Try to understand them without getting defensive. Learn the value of serving other people. This is especially true for more dominate personalities. If you are a passive person, you should learn to stand up for yourself more. Learn what it means to be humble (no, it doesn't mean let people walk all over you) I recommend spending some time in church. Even if you're not religious or you're even an atheist, there are valuable principles taught in churches. Small churches are sometimes good, but bigger churches are big for a reason. If you go to one that you don't like, try out some other ones. Learn about money. Most people, businesses, and even the government want to get your money. If somebody's making what seems to you to be a great offer, it's probably because they want to get your money. Beware of credit cards. If you have a tendency to spend all your money...do not buy on credit. If you do use credit cards, pay off the entire balance every month. If you don't you'll end up paying the credit card company more money than you paid for whatever thing you bought. And the Blow Out Sale that ends today, so you better buy now....there'll be another one next month or maybe next week even. Go if there's something you were planning to buy anyway, otherwise don't bite. When picking a career, do something you like. If you can't think of what you like, do something. Abraham Lincoln said "Most people are about as happy as they decide to be." Decide to be happy, but not fake happy. Basically, try to have a good attitude, but don't pretend...be genuine. Take care of yourself. Sleep 8-9 hours. Eat fresh fruit and veggies. Exercise. Brush and go to the dentist. Have good healthy relationships. Limit your time doing useless things like TV watching and answering questions on the computer. Learn. Read. Question. Think. Solve problems. Develop your mind...it's like lifting weights with your brain. Focus on what you can contribute to the world, your community, your family.......not on what you can get out of it. The funny thing is, you'll probably end up getting more that way and you'll be a lot happier.

Siena Siena
You look like you're 15. There's no safe way to make yourself look older. Pulling all-nighters would be the safest, but it's still not very recommended.
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Philippina Philippina
you look college aged. mascara and eyeliner makes people look older (like in a good way) so try that. you can watch youtube videos to learn, its really not hard at all once you get the hang of it
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Marta Marta
at first look one would guess 16 maybe 18 max, so yes you do look young..and you have to love that about yourself when you hear about all the women out there trying to look younger.
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Marta Originally Answered: Do older male professors hate older female students who attend college?
I think it's very unfair to generalize, here. We cannot say that "all" older male professors resent their older female students, even if there may be a small percentage who do. In a case like that, the only potential reason that comes to mind is that they may feel slightly threatened by a student who has a lot of life experience that she brings to the class - experience that may "outshine" the prof. Also, *some* male profs may simply be sexist, which is downright wrong. (I doubt this is the norm, though.) But even this explanation doesn't make much sense to me because, in my experience, profs really enjoy their older students - male AND female students. The reason for this is that older students bring maturity and fresh perspectives to the discussion material. Also, mature students -- again, male AND female -- tend to be there because they're disgruntled with the lack of options without an education, and because they really WANT to be there: Profs are starved for that kind of thing. Also, in my Lit. class last term, I made friends with an older woman. She was the only student in our class who received an "A+". She said our prof even gave her a recommendation letter for grad school -- BUT, he DID warn her of the same sorts of things the prof warned your mom about. The way I understand it, grad school is fiercely competitive for EVERYONE. And even younger MALE Ph.D's aren't guaranteed jobs afterwards. This is what my profs have been telling ME - and these are things EVERY student considering grad school should think about. But if this is something your mom really wants, then more power to her! Nobody should have to give up their dream. Still, it helps to know what the realities are.

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