The 50 Most Beautiful Women over 50 are a diverse and undeniably glamorous crew! Read on for their textured and unique perspectives on beauty beyond the first half-century. Pay attention to their hair! NYC Hair Salons www.jeffreysteinalons.com
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Ellen Barkin says she spent much of her 20s feeling self-conscious—it wasn't until her mid-30s that she began to feel comfortable with her looks. Barkin admitted to More that she's "massively hysterical" about her skincare regimen (which includes painful Thermage treatments, facials by LA's Christina Radu and Cellcosmet moisturizers), although she says she's not terribly concerned with "age issues."
Actress Claudia Cardinale. Born Claude Joséphine Rose Cardinale 15 April 1938, La Goulette, Tunisia. She appeared in some of the most prominent European films of the 1960s and 1970s. The majority of Cardinale's films have been either Italian or French. She is fluent in Sicilian, Arabic, French, Italian, English, and Spanish. In February 2011 the Los Angeles Times Magazine named Cardinale among the 50 most beautiful women in film history.
Best known for her role in the '70s hit Charlie's Angels, South Dakota native Cheryl Ladd got her first break in Hollywood as the singing voice of Melody in the animated series Josie and the Pussycats. The avid golfer—and mother of actress Jordan Ladd—told us, "I feel beautiful and loved when I walk into a room and my husband of 30 years stops what he's doing and says, 'Wow.'"
Helen Mirren would rather not be the poster woman for aging gracefully. In fact, she's "a bit cross" that she's been getting so much attention for her looks in recent years. She told The Hollywood Reporter, "We have to let go of this crap. It creates even more pressure on women, and I certainly don't want to be a part of that. I'm not beautiful; I clean up nice ... The fact that I look good at the age I am is bloody irrelevant