Survey Finds When People Give Up on Looks

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(Courtesy: MGN Online)

There may be a shelf life when it comes to caring about your appearance.

According to the Daily Mail, age 46 is when men no longer care about fashion trends and being cool.

Women tend to focus on those things much longer – until they’re 59.

And for people who are married, two-thirds think it’s normal to stop worrying about looks once they’ve found their partner.

The survey also noted it only takes 26 months after a wedding for the couple to stop caring about their appearance.

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