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12 Actresses Over Age 50 Who Deserve Beauty Contracts

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    Getting old isn't for sissies. And, that statement is even more true under the hot lights of Hollywood. With higher value placed on the newest, freshest young thing, the fight for more appealing roles and contracts gets harder with every birthday. However, there appears to be hope for the ladies of Tinseltown in the way of big beauty deals. With Charlotte Rampling as the face of NARS and Jessica Lange fronting Marc Jacobs Beauty , age is nothing but a number, and that digit now appears to have a large dollar sign attached to it.

    This got us thinking: What other stunners over 50 would we love to see land some major beauty partnerships? Here are our picks for leading ladies who deserve their own contracts, with some kind suggestions as to which kinds we think they should get. Consider this our "ballot" of contenders for the new wave of beauty spokesmodels. Gorgeous and glamorous at any age, let's give these Hollywood hotties some love, shall we?


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