Kathy Lette: My 25 year old son is dating a 48 year old woman - and this is how it feels
Now, a new crop of beauty bloggers in their 60s and 70s are getting behind their laptop cameras to share the beauty hacks that work for them. Tricia Cusden, 70, London I decided to take on the beauty industry as a political act. Casual ageism is rife. I was gobsmacked when Dior announced that Cara Delevingne was going to be the face of their new anti-ageing products. The outrage should have been loud but hardly anyone batted an eyelid. Adding that phrase to any product tells me, as a woman who is 70, that I must do everything in my power to stop this natural process. For me, beauty vlogging [video-blogging] is an extension of what I used to do in my career as a management trainer, standing in front of groups of people talking to them. I love the ease and immediacy that you get with social media. I started getting involved in beauty in my 60s when I noticed a lot of changes happening to my face.
Definite men always seem to be all the rage the game. As single men become adult older, they get wiser and add confident. When I was younger I got my heart broken by an older woman. Karen was a 17 year old junior, and I was an incredibly good looking and able 16 year old. This is accurately what my mom told me all time I brought her cupcakes.
Evidently they were getting serious and I was so pleased and excited. Await he arrived home with a year-old woman. I opened the door en route for stare into a visage nearly at the same time as lined as my own. My accept smile froze. I then noticed we were also wearing similar outfits. Five minutes into some rather awkward diminutive talk in the living room, I realised that we were reading the same book and had just been to the same exhibition. I seemed to have much more in coarse with her than my son. I also admitted that I was available for gold in the Hypocrisy Olympics as the Grand Canyon between my beliefs and my behaviour yawned ahead of me.