This means that there are more seniors and baby boomers than ever before looking for some companionship to fill the void of their prior partner.Because no matter how old you get, one thing about human nature never changes: nobody likes feeling lonely.Any change beyond this “standard” is seen as pathological deviation.Many people have one face in high school or early teenagerhood, a somewhat or slightly different face in their mid-twenties, and the face shape and number of wrinkles and precise arrangement of body fat continues to change slowly between there and late middle age, at which point the skin begins to lose elasticity and form more notable wrinkles (which, in men, are called “cragginess” and often lauded as attractive). I deliberately avoided well-known pinnacles of male and female beauty, but chose famous people who were considered very attractive in their younger life.
Anjelica Huston was born two years before Pierce Brosnan: they are contemporaries. Huston worked as a model and was in a Bond film in the late 60s, and was considered very attractive and sexy then.
I chose exclusively white celebrities because it is common for white commenters to think people of other races age “better” or “worse” than white people do, because of the difference in the actions of maturity on faces. In all pictures, the individuals are wearing cosmetics, because it’s very hard to find photos of famous people when they are not, and because women are judged mostly on their with-makeup appearance.
Pierce Brosnan looked like this during his first big breakout role, on Remington Steele, when he was often called a “heartthrob” or “dreamy” or “sexy” in the press: He looks quite young (but not like a teenager) in this picture: his face has rounded cheeks, the jawline is fairly narrow, and there are no visible wrinkles. Here’s what he looked like in a Forbes photoshoot in 2015, at the age of 62: His cheeks have hollowed, the back corners of his jaw look wider, there are visible surface wrinkles in many parts of his face, and his hair has gone significantly grey.
We will factor in personality etc; many men don’t.) A 41-year-old male friend of mine recently told me he doesn’t go out with women over 23 because of how good 23-year-olds look. Imagine what my freckly face did when I heard those bon mots. Still worried you’re now invisible to the (sometimes) fairer sex? Let me tell you how to make yourself not just visible but irresistible!
I had a boyfriend once who would repeat what I’d just said - only loudly - and get the laugh.