Tuesday, July 19, 2011

[BLOG] 10 Idols Who Still Look Hot After 30

“Thirty, flirty and thriving.” Being 30, brings you up at a whole new level, let it be your maturity or the wrinkle lines, a 30 year old’s lifestyle is very much different. It is the peak in one’s life where there are many negative downfalls but with that said it comes with a bundle of positive aspects.

For some, 13 feels like it was just yesterday. But the reality has it, being 30 is quite difficult. It really does take a toll on your appearance and figure. However there are some exceptions. Here I present you a compilation of the 10 hottest idols that have appropriately taken care of themselves as they reach the golden age of 30!

10. Kim Tae Hee (Actress)
Kim Tae Hee undeniably illuminates with beauty. Late last year, her face was beautiful and youthful enough to capture the attention of world’s renown makeup artist, Bobbi Brown, the CEO of Bobbi Brown Cosmetics as he compliments her for owning a face of a sixteen year old. That 15 years her junior!

09. Chae Yeon (Solo)
With her provocative dance moves and perfect ‘S-line’ figure, she possesses the personality of a outgoing 20 year old. This most probably repents for her age.


08. Ha Ji Won (Actress)
Ha Ji Won is remarkably 33 years old! Considering her optimistic nature and bright complexion she could definitely past for a 25 year old!

07. Narsha (Brown Eyed Girls)
Since debut, the girls of Brown Eyed Girls including Narsha herself, fabricated a few years off their actual age on their profile. No one actually took real notice of this until the girls revealed the real truth sending shock waves throughout the entertainment industry.


06.Daniel Henney (Actor)
Next up is Daniel Henney. This boy is oozing with charisma and with a glamorous body and sharp features like his, he can easily capture the hearts of his squirming fan girls with just a smile and wink. He is also married with one of the world’s hottest females, Maggie Q. But don’t worry girls, despite his status you can still fantasize!

Blogpost by Mylinh Kwon