At a certain age people start to lose their looks unless they have a facelift or anti aging treatments. I know some people who look very good for their age and some who don't, I think that comes down to health habits when they were younger as well as how much effort they put into taking care of themselves.
My grand mother was in her 70s & she was a looker. My mother is pushing 80 she still looks way younger then many women 20 years younger hopefully those good genes have been past on to me. I think a lot of it's in how you look after yourself.
Its all relative - when I was 18 I had a 18 year old girlfriend who was right for me then as I aged the girl had aged, so now I'm a grandfather and there are probably women my age I'd prefer to be seen with than an 18yr old. But yes, some don't age well. Some do.
Depends how you define "good". For girls, it's generally downhill all the way from 16-17, but not really dropping off a cliff until the mid- to late-thirties. Guys probably have the potential to age a bit better, but are more likely to let themselves go instead.
I agree with everyone else... it depends on who you ask. I personally think I've been getting better looking as I age. I get mistaken for a HS student all the time though which can be frustrating since I'm 27. The man I'm dating is 40 and when I see pictures of him when he was younger I also think he looks better now.
Really depends on what age suits you best. I was an ugly awkward duckling until I reached 23 and I've been getting better looking every year. Now I'm approaching 30 and have never looked better. I see many glamorous people of all ages who refuse to give in to the "I'm old so I can let myself go" mentality and fair play to them.
I'd also add that genetics and stress play a role in how well you age so I can't really put an exact number on when people stop looking good. Like another person said, it's just when you stop having that glow. For many people I've seen though, they start losing it around their mid to late thirties.
This presupposes that beauty and looks are defined by youthful appearance. The two are not the same. I consider someone like Susan Sarandon to be a remarkably beautiful woman. She does not need to look 18 to "have looks". Patrick Stewart does not look youthful by any stretch of the imagination, but is an attractive man.
Looks change over time for sure, but that does not equal a loss. We have equated looking like a woman to looking like we are perpetually 20. In my opinion, women look their most "womanly" starting around 30 or so and into their 40s.
It varies by individual. Women tend to age better than men, as we are usually more healthy conscious and take far better care of our skin. Most people can look good well into their 30's with a healthy diet and exercise and proper skin care.
Whenever they decide to stop taking care of themselves. There are 50 y.o. people out there that look very attractive. There are teenagers who don't take care of themselves and some don't look very attractive.
hmm for most white people - 24 (too much marijuana, booze, drugs and junkfood)
Asian people - 33 - 45, gravity takes over their face.
Black - don't know. They look young like Asians unless they have a bad diet.
It really depends on the individual.
But what I find is generally women's appearance start declining after 22 and men after 30-33 from my observations. Where I live the girls start partying, drinking, smoking, doing drugs, wearing face full of makeup really early like around 14, whereas the guys don't really start that kind of lifestyle until college, so maybe that has something to do with it. I'm almost 26 but I look way younger than the vast majority of hard looking, weathered 18 year old girls around here.
it depends on the person really but probably 40+
That depends on the race and gender. I think women look better in their 30s while African and Asian people age slower.
Yeah I agree with what you said to an extent but some people live healthy lives and look after themselves and still age and can look not so plump and fresh. Its also down to your genetic make up or "dna" there is no average age its just simply when they stop looking so vibrant.