What can we do to make sure non-rich women will still care about their appearances after graduating college?

Anonymous
It's no secret that women are at their absolute hottest and actually about their looks the most in their college years (18-23 years of age). While the same goes for men, there is one major difference.

The major difference is that non-rich men (at least the vast majority of) still care about their looks after college just as much as, if not more than they did in college. The vast majority of non-rich men actually continue to go to the gym to workout, take care of their skin, get fashionable haircuts, eat healthy, and wear fashionable clothing to try to attract gorgeous women. However, the same cannot be said for non-rich women, as they all completely let themselves go. They stop working out completely (which leads them to all being fat and possibly obese), they don't take care of their skin (leading to saggy and wrinkled skin and manly-looking faces), they start eating junk food left and right (another contributor to women being fat and possibly obese), and they wear completely unfashionable/unattractive clothing and get unattractive haircuts.

So what can we do to get non-rich women to stop letting themselves go and actually take care of their appearances after graduating college, like the vast majority of, if not all non-rich men?
What can we do to make sure non-rich women will still care about their appearances after graduating college?
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