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There are a few factors that come into play regarding which perfume is right
for your age. First is your skin composition. A young girl`s skin is like a
blank slate; most perfumes will smell much the same on one girl as it does on
her best friends. As we age, our skin composition changes, though, and changes
uniquely, so how a perfume smells on one person will not necessarily be how it
smells on another. Therefore, you need to work a little harder to find scents
that suit you. The other factor is the message you want to send with the scents
you wear. In your youth, you want to have fresh, bright aromas. As you mature,
you`re likely to identify more with sophisticated and even sexy scents.
Perfume is personal, though, so don`t let anyone tell you what you can and
can`t wear. If the scent makes you feel happy, confident, pretty or posh, wear
From the time you`re a tween through to your golden years, you`ll try out many
different scents that make you feel joyful, unique and memorable. Most of us
change our perfume selections over time, leaving behind the fruity, sweet
fragrances of our youth for more sultry and sophisticated scents as we age. But
do some women cling for too long to perfumes that are too youthful?
In general, popular sweet and fruity scents are ideal for young girls. As we
enter our 20s we tend toward more complex and more expensive perfumes, but those
that are still fairly light and fresh that may mix a citrus base with vanilla or
caramel, for example. In our 30s, we still lean toward complex scents and often
find fresh florals to yield just the right balance of young yet sophisticated.
In our 40s and 50s, we`ve come to know what suits us best, so we`re apt to
venture from known brand names in search of a truly personal scent. At this age,
heavier woodsy, musk type, spicy and oriental aromas can make us feel sultry and
sexy. Also, experiment with perfumes that have woody and green bases for
bringing fresh outdoor scents inside. In our 60s and up, we often choose a
powdery tone that retains the heavier, complex and intriguing floral and musk
Perfumes are grouped as florals, oceanics and orientals, and are described
with words like "light," "heavy," "grassy" and
"fresh," or "fruity," "flowery,"
"woodsy" and "warm." But which are right for your age?
There are no actual rules about age appropriate perfumes. There are, however,
some tips. For example, if the perfume is labeled Paris Hilton, Miley Cyrus,
Justin Bieber or Britney Spears, the fragrance is likely formulated for the very
young. If you`re over, say, 21, you`ll want to avoid those, as well as anything
that smells like something you`d buy at a movie theater candy counter
(chocolate, lemon, orange and otherwise sweet and fruity or too citrusy) or a
carnival (just say "no" to a cotton candy scent!).
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ARUN RATH, HOST:
HUNT: Well, that`s a great question. You know, I`d like to think that the
industry itself may change a little sooner because the bottom line is pretty
clear. I mean, diversity sells. I mean, our reports show that movies that
roughly reflect the diversity of American society, in terms of race and
ethnicity, on average do the best at the box office. We saw the same thing in
television. So I think people in the industry who are supporting our report, who
are reading our report, are beginning to realize that, look, we have to do
business a little bit differently. Although, that`s important, too. They realize
they`re going to have to do that if they`re going to remain competitive.
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HUNT: Well, my understanding is when Cheryl Boone Isaacs took over a year and
a half or so ago, there was a push. The problem is they kind of inherited a huge
ocean liner that`s in the middle of the ocean that`s hard to turn around. I
mean, you know, you`re going to have to make some major changes in the way
things operate to see any, you know, sea change. And that`s what we need is a
sea change because these numbers are completely out of whack with where we are
in America. So I don`t know if she`s in the position to do that unilaterally. I
know that there`s the intention to make some changes and I think there`s been,
like, a 1 percent increase in minority members or something like that. Well, you
know, that`s you know, at that rate it`s going to take us some time before we
get to anything that looks anything like America.
RATH: The president of the Academy is Cheryl Boone Isaacs. She is African
American, and she`s spoken out on the need for Hollywood to diversify. What is
she actually doing about it?
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RATH: Darnell Hunt is the director of the Ralph Bunche Center for African
American Studies at UCLA. Dr. Hunt, thanks very much.
DARNELL HUNT: Roughly 90 something percent white, 70 something percent male,
average age about 62.
HUNT: One of the problems with having an Academy that doesn`t reflect America
and we`ve written about this in our reports is that because it sets the
standards for what constitutes quality, it essentially anoints the top
directors, the top talent those who everyone in the industry is clamoring to
sign the agents, the agencies who package a lot of deals. And to the extent
that people of color and women are left out of that discussion. They aren`t
deemed quite ready for prime time. They probably aren`t given the same
opportunities. Or as we found in some of the hacked some of the emails, they
aren`t paid the same amount for their labor. So there`s this standard that`s set
essentially by white males, who are older, that tends to lead to a definition of
all other work as not being of the same caliber. And that`s very destructive, I
think, for an industry that`s trying to keep up with and give America what it
RATH: So what is going to trigger that sea change? What is going to finally
force the Academy to change?
HUNT: I mean, you have a system that has built into it the likelihood that
you`re going to reproduce a membership that`s not very diverse. So unless
something changes in that process, we`re talking decades and decades before
we`re going to see anything that looks like America.
The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences has been roundly criticized
for the striking lack of diversity in this year`s Oscar nominees. So it may not
be much of a surprise that the roughly 6,000 members of the Academy aren`t that
RATH: Why does it matter that the Academy is so white? Why should we care?
RATH: That`s Darnell Hunt. He`s the director of the Ralph Bunche Center for
African American Studies at UCLA, and he oversees UCLA`s Hollywood diversity
report. To become a member of the Academy, you can`t just apply. First, you must
be sponsored by two current members. Hunt says that`s a real impediment to
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