“I feel so relieved to be at the stage I'm at in my life right now, Jill, because if I want to wear my glasses, I'm wearing my glasses.”That said...
“If I want to pull my hair back, I'm pulling my hair back,” Clinton, who’s known to sport scrunchies occasionally, added. “At some point it's just not something that deserves a whole lot of time and attention. If others want to worry about it, I'll let them do the worrying for a change.” - Hillary Clinton
I think makeup looks good on many women - I love smokey eye shadow, or heavy eyeliner - on beautiful young women, that is. Like Sophia Vergara or Kat. I remember Janet Jackson's makeup from the "Scream" video - she looked really hot.
But old women, especially those who aren't all that attractive seem to me to look better without a lot of makeup. Those who may retain some attractiveness - sans surgical/chemical intervention - should definitely go easy on the color, eye shadow, rouge and so on. Nothing uglier than a woman with caked turquoise eye shadow crusting up her wrinkles, or brilliant crimson lipstick smeared across her lips and all over her martini glass - oh - and that shaky lip-liner outline doesn't scream "I'm so pretty" either. The sunken-cheek-shadow-look isn't fooling anyone - especially when the cheek flab hides the jaw-line in your profile.**
I'll never understand why women over 40 do that stuff to themselves.
I honestly think natural is better for most women of a mature age. Like I always tell women friends my age, "Hon, you just end up looking like a clown. Even that touch of mascara ends up calling attention to the bags, crow's feet and bloodshot whites."
It's about time Hill!
Top of the post photo: Mrs. Clinton