Thanks for the info. I thought I was going grey alone. I don't care what anyone thinks. In my case, wearing clothes and makeup is enough dishonesty. I notice that many women who dye their hair aren't thin so if any of them ever tells me anything about my grey hair, I will reply with, "If you're so concerned about your looks, lose weight."View Thread
Dr. Colbert, Is it possible that under eye bags are caused by sinus/allergy problems or water retention? My bags bother me because many people older than my 46 years look better than me and even people who have bags have them evenly; my right one is larger than my left! I noticed applying foundation has become quite a science as applying too much actually emphasizes them. I've never dyed my hair which is probably a good thing...no sense pretending to be young when the truth is so evident under my eyes. As for cosmetic surgery, I think I'll just take it like a man--even though I'm a woman.View Thread
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