Back around the time that Dumb and Dumber came out in 1994, I thought Lauren Holly was one of the most attractive women in Hollywood. Here's an early shot:
The other day, curious to see what she looked like now, I Google-imaged her. This is what I found:
No one can hang on to their youthful beauty forever. But I've never quite been sure why women do this to themselves. To me, breasts that can be seen from across the length of a football field and that feel like granite, are not attractive. Once a woman starts to look (and sometimes act) like a proud marble statue, she loses her femininity.
Had Holly simply aged, staying slim but gaining a few wrinkles, I would have still found her attractive.
Seeing that she has turned herself into a monument has cured me of that.