You Ought’a Be in Pictures
Seems like everywhere you go someone is holding out a smart phone snapping pictures. And what’s worse, they’re posting and sharing the pictures on the World Wide Web! If you are one of those “I don’t look good in pictures” people, then you’re like a lot of people over the age of 30. Younger people can’t get enough of snapping images of themselves and each other, but at 30+ it seems like more of us run from the camera or “hide” behind others.
It’s mostly a confidence thing – looking good, feeling good and wanting to capture and share the moment. If you don’t like your look, or think you look tired in all your pictures, it might be time to do something about it. You’re too young to hide. Rather than “flight” you might consider “fight” – fight the signs of aging and restore your image to being “iPhone ready”.
Consider talking with either Dr. Mark Pinsky about facial rejuvenation. Choices today have gone way beyond choosing between Noxema or a full facelift. With the aid of technology and biologics, new choices exist starting with topicals, moving up to injections and progressing on from mini-lifts to full face lifts that address neck folds and jowls.
So stand your ground and stop choosing “flight” when someone pulls out a camera or smart phone, choose to “fight” for your right to participate in the digital age. Maybe you’ll be like Norma Desmond in the1950 film noir Sunset Boulevard, saying “All right, Mr. DeMille, I’m ready for my close-up.”