Stop worrying about your 20s coming to an end. A British
study has confirmed that most women only start to feel good
about their looks by the time they turn 28.
The study of 2,000 women, conducted by British feminine hygiene company Lil-Lets, found that most women around this age group feel mostly content about their looks in general. Favored body parts include:
...women are most proud of is their eyes (23 per cent), closely followed by their boobs (20 per cent) with their brains coming in third (13 per cent).
However, if they had to change part of themselves, women would be most likely to go for longer, slimmer legs (41 per cent).
OK, so that part about their brains coming in third makes us wonder if this study actually targeted the right kind of market. But they did also noted that these women felt "most confident" overall at the age of 32,
thanks to "supportive friends and family" who "boost their ego." So we're just glad that aging isn't just about worrying over your looks. As for what happens after 32, that's up to you to decide.