10 Tips to Look and Embrace Your Age

4. Cut bangs and smile more

(Clockwise from top left) Goldie Hawn, Tamron Hall, Jane Seymour, Twiggy Lawson, Mary Steenburgen and Sandra Oh

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Wrinkles are normal, but decades of repetitive facial expressions can etch in lines good and bad. Deep forehead creases and between-the-brows grooves can make us look angry even on the happiest days. Loss of fat and collagen can also contribute to saggy cheeks and emphasize deep nose-to-mouth creases. Botox and filler can help, but there are two easier, cheaper solutions to perking up your face. Cut long, full bangs for stylish camouflage, and make your baseline expression a subtle Mona Lisa grin or a toothy smile. The two-step combo lifts your cheeks and lips, brightens your outlook and is contagious to those around you. Punctuate your efforts with whitened teeth and your favorite lipstick — and join this club of celebs.

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