‘This is what 70 looks like’: the new generation of beauty influencers | Fashion | The Guardian
Please refresh the page and retry. G one are the days when you married your neighbour, settled down with the first love of your life, or resorted to the lonely hearts column. Blending my own limited and highly dubious experiences, those of my friends, as well as a total stranger I approached in a cafe in between attempts to pick up women, of course , here's a rundown of nine of the best places to meet women— or crash and burn trying. Given the unwritten British rule that forbids anyone to utter a word on public transport, you have to play this one right. After some serious eye contact, I once gave a business card to a French girl during rush hour. When she emailed me later in the morning, I replied: "Were you the one on the Central line or Piccadilly line? Before I knew it, there were ooh-la-las aplenty.
Age gap relationships are something society seems to be obsessed with. When it comes to younger men dating much older women, there's a whole different set of power dynamics at play. I was 25 and she was Her ex and her kids treated her like shit, and unfortunately she let them.
F or years, the beauty blogging scene has been dominated by something women in their bedrooms sharing their favourite products and techniques. 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. I decided to take on the beauty industry as a political act. Casual ageism is rife.