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They're just better at hiding it. Rachel Krause. Of course, the "ideal" only accounts for one type of French woman: fashion-conscious, conventionally attractive, overwhelmingly white. The stereotype overlooks the fact that Paris is a wonderfully diverse city of over two million people who do not all look like Jeanne Damas, Jane Birkin, Marion Cotillard, Catherine Deneuve, or Brigitte Bardot.
And French women age like — well, they age.
follow url They look natural, not poreless or plastic. They roll with the punches, sunbathe topless, and wear their thousands of Gauloises on their faces with pride, not obsessing over fine lines or sun spots or how their boobs look on the beach. Jane Birkin today does not look like Jane Birkin 30 years ago, and that's fine. But the truth isn't that French women don't get facelifts , as one best-selling though understandably controversial book once declared. That said, they're getting significantly less cosmetic surgery than Americans overall: The most recent global study from the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery ISAPS , which accounted for procedures in , found that the U.