The Fresh Prince has passed his 50th year around the sun a while ago. When he turned 51, the movie “Gemini Man,” was released, presenting Smith as a 23-year-old man. This ironically serves our purpose. The U.K.’s PA news agency reported him saying; “It’s interesting, other than my back and my knees, this is the best time of my life.” He almost makes the saying ’50 is the new 40’ come to life.
Smith made a YouTube short series called, “The Best Shape of My Life.” It documents, tongue-in-cheek, his struggles with his workout goal of dropping 20 pounds in 20 weeks.
Gwen Stefani - Born October 3rd, 1969
Gwen Stefani almost looks as she did in her former rock out days. She credits her hubby Blake Shelton for keeping her looking as young and beautiful as she did with No Doubt. But even Blake says he doesn’t understand “how it’s scientifically possible” for this Gen Xer to look how she does.
Stefani has some skincare tips she follows. She washes all the makeup off her face before bed, and allegedly never skips this routine. Recently, she said, she got prescription makeup remover pads from the dermatologist that are supposed to remove makeup more efficiently than the ordinary ones that us normal folk purchase.
Michelle Pfeiffer - Born April 29th, 1958
For Michelle Pfeiffer, aging is something we have to accept. “Aging happens to every single one of us. Once you accept that it unburdens you,” she said in an interview. It got to the point where she is fine with the idea of looking good for her age instead of wanting to look younger than her age.
And let’s be honest! She looks great for someone who is approaching 70. She also told Oprah on “Oprah Daily” about the importance of her skincare routine. Pfeiffer is happy to age gracefully, but she sure looks a lot younger than she really is.
Christie Brinkley - Born February 2nd, 1954
It’s no surprise that Christie Brinkley has done the cover for “Sports Illustrated” nine times, until, that is, you learn that she was 63 when she last posed for their swimsuit edition. Her secret is eating well and exercising. She became a vegetarian when she was just a teenager. She has passed her 60th birthday a long time ago and does not deny having visited a plastic surgeon.
One procedure she supports is Ultherapy. Instead of cutting and pulling facial skin until facial skin looks stretched, it tightens the skin and removes wrinkles by injecting collagen — that natural skin renewal process we have in abundance when we’re young.
Nicole Kidman - Born June 20th, 1967
This Hollywood staple thinks aging gracefully can be fun. It’s easy for her to say, she looks stunning. She has talked about the importance of sunscreen and hydrating creams. The actress from Australia uses a night regenerating cream with retinol and says it works for her because she has dry skin.
She also prefers a rapid wrinkle repair cream. Kidman does not mention having any treatments. But most actresses do go that route and it is not their duty to divulge it. However, “The List” magazine interviewed cosmetic surgeon Dr. Samir Pancholi who noticed that she does show the use of fillers such as botox.