I'm 22, turning 23 this year and most people have put my age about 15 when I'm out. I have noticed that people will treat me younger a lot of the time, often ask about how I'm doing at school or if I've got my first boyfriend yet. I usually look younger than that without make up.
A lot has to do with my height and frame, I'm 5'0, 98 lbs and have a very tiny frame. I wear children's cloths and the only part of me that looks my age is my C cups.
I wear a bit of make up when I'm out but I do keep covered and dress modestly. Even though I'm articulate people just put that down to me being a mature '15 year old'.
I want to feel independent and womanly when I'm out and I feel like guys also wouldn't bother glancing in my direction because they might assume I'm just a teenager. I really don't know how I can make myself appear my age.
Any help guys? Thank you, as always :)
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Hey! I've been googling a bit to seek some useful ideas that may help you.
The red line through the research is:
1) Try to do your hair differently, perhaps pinning it up or even trying a dot. Some suggestions even say short hair gives a more adult look but honestly... my photographic memory does not think you would look good with short hairs.
2) If you often wear sports shoes, try to chance to either flip-flops (summer), flats or low heels.
3) Apparently the expression in your smile also makes a difference between looking like a girl or a lady but I must admit it's hard to imagine except if you see examples :-)
4) You also see many suggestions to change your make-up a bit. Not a question of overkill, but this website gives some nice suggestions:
Really hope this helps! Always interested to see a pic of your splendid new Lady Amy look!0