8 signs that reveal the real age of women

When we are young, good skin tension holds our eyebrows in place and doesn’t allow them to “slide” down. But with age, the collagen that sustains the elasticity and firmness of our skin is no longer produced as actively, and the facial muscles weaken and sag because of gravity. As a result, our brows gradually move down, being pressed by those muscles, and start to hang over our eyes, which gives our face a grumpy look.