Pastel hair, sparkly stilettos, sexy white jumpsuits.
You wouldn't typically see a grandma in any of the above. Why? Society has a stigma on aging, that once you hit the glorious 50, you should dress and act a certain way. The stereotypical woman over 40 usually chops off her locks and throw on a rather plain sweatshirt. Society also tells us that beautiful is the definition of youthful.
Hairstylist DJ Victory challenge this stigma by coming up with the idea of "Glamour Gram" Photoshoot.
"Beauty and youth are not synonymous; perfection does not exist; life is too short to care what haters think." - DJ Victory
She wants to show all of us each of them are not only grandmas. They're also someone's wife, sister, lover, mother, friend....someone's idea of pure perfection.
Who said grandmas can't rock a selfie pose?
Or color their hair purple?
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. We shouldn't subscribe to society's standard. If you have wrinkles, embrace them. If you think those jeans makes your butt look good, buy them. If you want to rock a pair of sassy stiletto, wear 'em. If you never had pink hair in your life, try it now! Age is just a number.