Age does not discriminate…

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March 11, 2011 – Women are absolutely terrified of aging. You only need to take a walk to the beauty store and look at the cash cow that is anti-aging products. I won’t lie, I’ve recently changed my beauty routine because I’ve heard that when  you get into your late twenties, your age starts to show…wrinkles, frown lines and all that good stuff.

In November last year, I erred when I said Iman does  not age and she must have a beauty secret she’s not sharing. Well, now we know that her secret is makeup. Today I saw a picture of Iman, and now I know that no matter what you do, age is going to get you. You can apply all the creams and pastes and masks that are available (and they’re really expensive!) but eventually your age will show. Iman was spotted up and about in Soho doing a bit of shopping. Take a look at the pics after the break. Warning: It is a shocker.

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She still looks great for someone in their sixties I guess…

 

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  • Morisa5

    Huge loss!!! I cant even describe the loss im feeling, its just too much. RIP Wangari Maathai. Heartfelt condolences to her family. I pray to have courage like u did. Oh God create many like her.

  • Ondiekipoly

    She had to go but, all in all
    she did her part and we salute her for that am honored that she came
    from Kenya and honored globally, may God rest her soul in peace, it myt
    be sad but all we can say thank You God for giving us such a great human
    bieng in our Land

  • monk

    RIP we’ll fr sure miss the inspirational ideals she pushed through that changed our country fr the future best.

  • Dankamau

    Many are born, so do many shall die, but what legacy one leaves Earth determines who you will be in peoples memories. Maathai was a mother to a nation that was full of greedy, self-loathing leaders who don’t care much about themselves and their offspring. “Women are responsible for their children, they cannot sit back, waste time and see them starve.” it epitomises her beliefs for protecting the next generation.

    she will be missed by a generation she enlightened and now that she’s gone, its upto the youth to safeguard their future and not compromise on it as its the only you can look upto. Bye MUM.

    Kelvin, Kenyan Youth

  • Cwndiritu

    Your were my mentor mama, you were heroine, you died a fighter, you liberated women, you spoke for the voiceless , a conservationist and you left a world a better place for us and future generation. REST IN PEACE. We honour and salute you. We will continue with your good work.

  • Mcharleskagwe

    RIP WANGARI MAATHAI

  • Gabriel Macharia

    Rest in peace MAMA AFRICA

  • Manyibejunior

    Kenya and indeed the world lost heroine, a true African mother, a saviour of nature. May the Good Lord rest her soul in eternal peace, because she deserves just that.

  • Shariff kassim

    We will miss your presence Mama Kenya and the world.The sway of leaves on branches remains our reminder for what you have done.

  • Apache

    She was an icon, a role model, a defender of the weak and poor, a link between the high/ mighty and the weak/ down trodden. I attended several of her environmental lectures and talks and she was very very informative and bright. Above all Wangari was encouraging and always pushed people to realize their potential and give it their all. May God rest her soul in eternal peace.

  • ann

    Great mama, a great woman, a great heroine. May the almighty ENABLE HER TO CONTINUE HER BEAUTIFUL HONOURABLE WORK IN THE BEYOND, IN THE GREEN MEADOWS AND GARDENS THAT SHE DESERVES.
    Thank you Mama Wangari for being such a role model for us.

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