Ginger Rogers was born Virginia Katherine McMath in Independence, Missouri on July 16, 1911.
Shewas an American actress, dancer, and singer, widely known for performing in films and musicals with Fred Astaire.
Rogers remained successful throughout the 1940s and at one point was Hollywood’s highest-paid actresses, but her popularity had peaked by the end of the decade.
She always looked glowing with health and vitality.
Here are the 3 tips that helped her stay looking young:
If you are letting your eyebrows grow or if you did not exactly succeed the last time you tried to arch them, pencil them in.
Swimming!!! It’s one of the best beautifying exercises there is. It develops the long, flexible muscles most becoming to shapely women, distributes fatty tissue flatteringly, and does innumerable things in the way of assisting in one’s beauty regime.
But here’s the real secret:
Tip 3: Ginger Rogers wore no make-up or facial creams at all on her skin whenever possible, believing that leaving the face absolutely free of anything now and then gives it a chance to rest and refreshen it.
These tips were pulled directly from newspapers printed in the 1930s and 1940s.
Here is another tip to staying young and pretty… And it’s NOT what you think>>>
Julie has traveled the world looking for the best tips, tricks and secrets when it comes to her health and foods. She's a foodie and not shy to admit it... always looking for the best in life so she can share it with you. When she's not traveling, she always scouting for the next 'new thing'. She started writing in high school and now loves to share her knowledge on Pretty Happy Healthy.
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