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Just thought I'd get some opinions here. It's probably a difficult question because everyone's different, but when do you think, for this question, a non-smoker/non-drinker would begin to look old?
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(Original post by Dust94)
Just thought I'd get some opinions here. It's probably a difficult question because everyone's different, but when do you think, for this question, a non-smoker/non-drinker would begin to look old?
Simple answer, nope.
Factors like genetics and recreation (smoking etc) along with just lifestyle will all come into account and it also depends what you mean by "old". Some people grey really young (like 20s) but will still have a really young looking face.
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