Turning 40 didn't bother me, it wasn't about the number. It was the evident changes in my face, the loss of volume and youthfulness.
I noticed it looking back at photos. I knew that time had passed, and I was tired of looking and being told I looked tired, with or without makeup.
I understand ageing is inevitable. I am comfortable with that; obviously I would rather age than not. You often hear people say to 'age gracefully', and that time will come for all of us, but not yet. It's not about looking fake or plastic, it's about looking your best and when you look good, you feel good.
I had filler for the first time. It was recommended I have my tear troughs (under eyes) and my cheeks done. Wow, what a difference it made to my face. Instantly, I looked plumper.
Weeks went by I was never asked by anybody, what have you done to your face? Although, I did get people say that I looked well refreshed and radiant. Who doesn't love a compliment?
I now like what I see when I look at photos or in my mirror. It's not about changing your face, it's about enhancing what you have.
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