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    Default Re: Brooke Shields at the arrival of Jane Buckingham's new book, at Target (05/03/2006)

    I know she just had a baby, but good Lord this pretty baby is getting old and wrinkly - look at those eyes!!
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    OK, I remember someone saying a while ago that they hate when girls say that celebs look like men just because they can't think of any other bad thing to say about them, and I agree but this time it is SO true! She looks huge compared to the other two women and her face??
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    Ironic! People bitch here when stars have plastic surgery and have tummy tucks to look normal right after having a baby and bitch the second a celeb does like us normal folks do too. Can't win for losing.

    She looks like someone that's her age and just had a baby. Perfectly fine.

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    I always thought she was masculine looking! And her eyebrows suck. There, I said another bad thing about her. Nyah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UndercoverGator
    Ironic! People bitch here when stars have plastic surgery and have tummy tucks to look normal right after having a baby and bitch the second a celeb does like us normal folks do too. Can't win for losing.

    She looks like someone that's her age and just had a baby. Perfectly fine.
    Excuse me, I didn't comment on her weight or how old she looks I said she looks like a man. Last time I checked thats not a common side effect of giving birth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiara
    Excuse me, I didn't comment on her weight or how old she looks I said she looks like a man. Last time I checked thats not a common side effect of giving birth.

    *sniffs* Did I mention you in particular or address your comment. No I did not. Mostly because I think she does look very masculine there...

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    ^^ Oh well then I must have missed the post where people were bitching about her being fat and needing a tummy tuck.

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    She's not aging too well, her eyebrows are drooping and her face has lost some fat, so that makes her look harsher...but at 40+ she's bound to lose her looks if she doesn't get some ps

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    Default Re: Brooke Shields at the arrival of Jane Buckingham's new book, at Target (05/03/2006)

    How old is she? She looks like she's 50! My mom is 44 years old and looks way younger than her.

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    No matter what you may do to protect your skin, heredity will most likely dictate when you get wrinkles and how prominent they are. Gray hair, the same thing. I started going gray at 20 years old, and if I didn't dye my hair I'd look well beyond my thirty-six years.

    I don't dispute that Brooke has a lot of eye wrinkles, but it does appear really normal for many women in their forties to have that many wrinkles. And those that don't, well, they've a different set of genes, and will be envied by the many who worship youth and flawlessness. But they too will get them at some point. Looks will fade.

    As a woman approaching forty, I take some comfort in these sorts of pictures, truth be told. I feel less alone with my aging and the drastic changes in my body. I realize, hey, even beautiful celebrities grow old. It's okay. I try to see the beauty in it.

    I know, sorry, this post is a little too serious. I wouldn't be here if I didn't think it was fun to pick on celebrities! Carry on...

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    ^^Holy shit are we twins??? I too started graying in my 20's and am now 36....and will be putting my hairdressers children through college the amount of money I spend! SUCKS!

    I have wrinkles.....I don't like them, but at this point, I'm not going to do anything about them. But maybe some day!

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    Default Re: Brooke Shields at the arrival of Jane Buckingham's new book, at Target (05/03/200

    [QUOTE=misc. mama]No matter what you may do to protect your skin, heredity will most likely dictate when you get wrinkles and how prominent they are. Gray hair, the same thing. I started going gray at 20 years old, and if I didn't dye my hair I'd look well beyond my thirty-six years.

    I started going gray in high school, and would probably be completely gray if I didn't dye me hair regularly. You're right about wrinkles and heredity; my soon to be 80 year-old mom looks like she in her 60's, and I am fortunately only beginning to get some fine lines around my eyes at age 38.
    As for Brooke, if I recall correctly, her mom Teri had lots of wrinkles on her face.

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    Default Re: Brooke Shields at the arrival of Jane Buckingham's new book, at Target (05/03/2006)

    I feel the same way as misc. mama. Besides, getting old ain't so bad when you consider the only other alternative...

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    Default Re: Brooke Shields at the arrival of Jane Buckingham's new book, at Target (05/03/2006)

    She looks fine, and she's always smiling and she seems happy - which is a big plus.

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