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Vision health care center in London a few days ago came after a survey of 4,000 people, wearing glasses generally looks 3.3 years older than their actual age.

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A new poll has revealed that wearing glasses ages people by at least three years. On average, glasses-wearers were put at 3.3 years older than they actually were in the survey of 4,000 people commissioned by the London Vision Clinic.

Wearing glasses will make you look old and at least 3 years. Vision health care center in London a few days ago came after a survey of 4,000 people, wearing glasses generally looks 3.3 years older than their actual age.

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Those who wear glasses were perceived to be older by respondents, who said they regarded them as more “geeky” and “good with computers” than people who do not wear them. And the perceived image was even worse for those aged 45 and over, who were thought to be five years older.

The survey found that compared to the crowd who don’t wear glasses, wearing glasses who looks older, more “tiresome” than “good at computers.” While the situation of persons over 45 years of wearing glasses not optimistic, because they look 5 years older than her age.

The research was conducted by dividing the participants into two groups. The first group was given ten pictures of people with glasses and asked to guess their ages and discuss their personal attributes. The second group was given ten pictures of the same people without glasses and asked the same questions.

The survey of the study subjects were divided into two groups. In the first group after reading 10 photo of wearing glasses, was asked to guess the age of the photo and personal attributes. Second group of people watching the same pictures of 10 people, but people do not have to wear glasses in the photo, and then be asked to answer the same questions.

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The results showed a difference in perceived ages but also found that those who wore glasses were a fifth less likely to be seen as confident and were more likely to be thought of as physically weaker.

Results not only show that people’s perception of age differences, also concluded that with glasses who is considered a more likely lack of self-confidence and a weak constitution.

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Psychologist Dr Glenn Wilson, who analyzed the results, said: “This study is interesting as it highlights the snap judgments we make as a society about people when we meet them for the first time.”

Analysis results of psychologist Dr Wilson said: “the study is interesting in that, it highlights the people meet for the first time fast judgement of human society. ”

(Global network)

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Every night have one’s sleep out lets you 7 hours become ” Sleeping Beauty “

Although the notion of beauty sleep has often been dismissed as a myth, a recent research proves sleep does enhance your appearance. What’s more, experts recommend at least seven hours a night.

Although “beauty sleep” this saying is not new, latest research also is proved the sleep does to improve the person’s appearance. Not only that, the experts also recommended to sleep for at least seven hours each night.

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In the study, 23 healthy young adults were photographed after a good night’s sleep, and again after much less. Each picture was then rated on an attractiveness scale of one to ten by members of the public. And the well-rested won hands down.

The study, 23 young adult females after a good night’s sleep to take pictures, photographed after the severe lack of sleep a night. Then public to full standard score is 10 to rate the attractiveness of each photo. Results show that rest photographs of women fully swept.

Sleep-deprived people are perceived as less attractive and less healthy compared with when they are well rested, according to the study carried out at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm.

And enough sleep compared to how much sleep did not appear attractive enough health, Karolinska Research Centre in Stockholm a study suggests.

In addition, sleep has been shown to reduce wrinkles in the face and neck. This is because when we are asleep we sweat more, and this moisture on the skin smooths out any lines.

In addition, research shows that sleep also help to reduce the face and neck wrinkles. This is because people sleep more sweat more, and moisture to smooth the skin, reducing wrinkles.

(Global network)

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Swiss Geneva rolls out chocolate bath of melting and fashionable ” “

On September 7, Switzerland Geneva city centre called “after the rain” beauty salon, two customers experience a chocolate bath.

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Photo taken on September 7 shows two lovers are enjoying a scrumptious chocolate bath at “After the Rain”, a beauty parlor in Gevera, Switzerland.

On September 7, Switzerland Geneva city centre called “after the rain” beauty salon, two customers experience a chocolate bath.

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Photo taken on September 7 shows two lovers are enjoying a scrumptious chocolate bath at “After the Rain”, a beauty parlor in Gevera, Switzerland.

On September 7, Switzerland Geneva city centre called “after the rain” beauty salon, two customers experience a chocolate bath.

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Photo taken on September 7 shows two lovers are enjoying a scrumptious chocolate bath at “After the Rain”, a beauty parlor in Gevera, Switzerland.

On September 7, Switzerland Geneva city centre called “after the rain” beauty salon, two customers experience a chocolate bath.

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Photo taken on September 7 shows two lovers are enjoying a scrumptious chocolate bath at “After the Rain”, a beauty parlor in Gevera, Switzerland.

On September 7, Switzerland Geneva city centre called “after the rain” beauty salon, two customers experience a chocolate bath.

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Photo taken on September 7 shows two lovers are enjoying a scrumptious chocolate bath at “After the Rain”, a beauty parlor in Gevera, Switzerland.

On September 7, Switzerland Geneva city centre called “after the rain” beauty salon, two customers experience a chocolate bath.

(Global network)

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Top of the World:how to throw the perfect summer party

Ford Models knows how to throw the perfect summer party: all you need is a rooftop locale, some good ol’ fashioned BBQ and a great soundtrack to set the mood. Of course it does help if you happen to have several of the world’s most beautiful models in attendance, but we’d expect nothing less from the all star team at Ford. Everyone from Catherine McNeil to Sigrid Agren was on the Ford terrace for the pre-July 4th shebang and a good time was had by all!

 

The effortless cool of Catherine McNeil

 

Hanne Gaby Odiele is always in fashion.

 

Sigrid Agren was all smiles

 

Dafne Cejas looking lovely as ever.

 

Bambi Northwood Blyth and her famous eyebrows were in the house!

 

Dazzling newcomer Ruby Jean Wilson grabs a drink

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