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at what age do women stop being foxy?

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TheScatterGunApproach Fri 21-Aug-09 11:42:15

Helen Mirren et al obviously excepted.

30s?
40s?

noddyholder Fri 21-Aug-09 11:51:06

With enough wine -never!

TheProvincialLady Fri 21-Aug-09 11:53:10

I think we always stay foxy, only the audience gets older, eg in your 40s most of the men who find you foxy are aged 42 - 79.

tinseltot Fri 21-Aug-09 12:18:35

About whatever age kylie minogue is. No-one rates her anymore, even though she was well fancied back in the day.

Also i think that Madonna proves that it is over by 50.

TheProvincialLady Fri 21-Aug-09 12:31:56

No, Madonna proves that making yourself look like a cadaver is never sexygrin

I agree about Kylie but not so sure it is age related. It is more that she had Cancer I reckon.

OrmIrian Fri 21-Aug-09 12:33:46

Foxy? I am too big to be foxy. I think I might have been a bit wolfy in the old days. Now just a bit of a dog grin

Rubyrubyrubyrubi Fri 21-Aug-09 12:34:38

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traceybath Fri 21-Aug-09 12:34:39

I agree Kylie no longer foxy but i think thats because she's had too much botox etc and just looks a bit scarey now.

Madonna also way too over-exercised.

I think you can still look foxy into 50's and 60's but as theprovinciallady says - those who appreciate you tend to be older too.

Rubyrubyrubyrubi Fri 21-Aug-09 12:35:15

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Heated Fri 21-Aug-09 12:36:18

Depends on attitude, my dear SIL is a total fox and makes young men blush

midnightexpress Fri 21-Aug-09 12:36:24

Oh I am still foxy, but I have mange, and whiff a bit.

OrmIrian Fri 21-Aug-09 12:37:03

No. It was meant to be funny. But TBH I always think of 'foxy' as slim and lithe and quick.

midnightexpress Fri 21-Aug-09 12:39:09

Oh no, I thnk foxy is all about the eyes and the voice.

Rubyrubyrubyrubi Fri 21-Aug-09 12:42:28

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NorbertDentressangle Fri 21-Aug-09 12:43:05

I think the "foxy" looking older women tend to be the ones that haven't had surgery, botox, filler etc.

When they have over-excercised, over-plumped and over-filled they tend to look too desperate to stay youthful, which immediately cancels out any foxiness they may have had.

AitchwonderswhoFruitCrumbleis Fri 21-Aug-09 12:44:32

foxy's not about how you look imo, at least not only. it's the in-built flirt that's foxy.

MABS Fri 21-Aug-09 13:15:15

i can do foxy at 42 definitely, i can also do distinctly old looking too tho

deaddei Fri 21-Aug-09 13:58:41

I think I can still do foxy at 49...and that's with no extra help. Like Mabs, I need a bit of time in the morning, but still scrub up well.

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