Looking at his mother Elon musk explain how he became one of the foremost inventors of our time. Mei became a famous model in the 60s and now it can be seen in Campana Clinique andRevlon. How she manages to look so good? Reports Clutch.
Watch the trends
“Women often ask me how to look good in old age. The secret is to grow in step with the times. If in the 60s they all wore false eyelashes, of course, that now the trend is irrelevant. If you stick to old trends, you will look old. We must be particularly careful with the gray hair! To look attractive, pick the right haircut!”.
“Always dress like that, it requires you the event. In the gym, comfortable sports uniforms, and a party with the dress code black-tie – elegant dress!”.
Work is more than earning money
“I never wanted to stop working. Even when I had no money to pay for rent, I still liked my job. Now I think I’m just starting my career. Yes, I’m really just starting it! To start a new life at 68 years of age, can you imagine? And I can do it.”
Do not be afraid of old age
“When I was 60, I do not feel comfortable being a blonde, so I decided to stop dyeing the hair. When I have grown grey hair, I chopped it off. I was told that the short gray hair put an end to my career. But, fortunately, everything turned out the opposite.”
Be responsible for your dietary habits
“Many models are usually thin by nature, during breaks between filming often eat different snacks. I looked at them, and also tried to eat a couple of cookies. And what do you think? I’ve put on a kilo! To get rid of it, I had to train in the gym a week. You need to remember that we are responsible for your eating habits. Yes, it’s hard, but fair”.
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Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.