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Thread: Specifically- how does your face change as you age?

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    New Member Detective Mike Logan's Avatar
    Mar 2012

    Hertfordshire, UK

    Specifically- how does your face change as you age?

    *forgive me if this is in the wrong sub-forum. please re-direct if it is.

    When you get older what is it about your face that ages? sometimes i can look at 2 people and say "person A looks older than person B" but yet i cant describe what it is that makes one person look older or younger. usually if there was only say a 7/8 year difference in age i perhaps can discern the difference but i couldn't mechanically describe the difference. over a period of time what is it specifically changes about your face and what is the average/typical age this hallmarks start to appear on a humans face? what is the difference is the face from 20-30? 30-40? 40-50? 50-60 etc,,,,,

    and is there a FULL-PROOF method of accurately guessing a persons age- or is there not as law-of-averages dictates some people age well and some age badly? can the bone structure give someone away even if they dont have lines? how does the skin deteriorate? what about lines on the forehead? the eye pupils? wrinkles under the eyes? bags under the eyes? the neck? the chin dropping? neck wrinkling? facial fattening? hair thinning? hair grey-ing/whitening?

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    Wrinkly Member Dangermouse's Avatar
    Feb 2010

    Sunny Bournemouth, Dorset
    Here's one possible reason, Mikey.

    Last edited by Dangermouse; 12th March 2012 at 12:38 PM.

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