5 proofs that every woman turns into her mother
Categories: Photo projectBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/5-proofs-that-every-woman-turns-into-her-mother
Men often say that you need to look at the girl's mother to see your girlfriend in the future. These pictures prove this rule once again. After all, mothers and daughters look even more like them than they might have thought.
Aging does not reflect in the best way on the appearance of women. Over the years, bright eyes gradually fade, shiny hair turns gray, and smooth skin is covered with wrinkles.
It's even harder to see it when your daughter is around — who looks like you when you were young — it's a constant reminder of lost beauty. Meanwhile, your daughter is watching aging with curiosity. After all, after all, you're a living picture of what's ahead of her.
These mothers and daughters thought they didn't look alike. But it was exactly until their portraits were combined with the help of a computer.
And that's what happened.
Left: 62-year-old Sarah Pearson, a mother of three children from London, owner of a PR company. Right: her 30-year-old daughter Clemmie, the director of her mother's agency, also lives in London.
Sarah believes that her daughter Clemmie is much more beautiful than she ever was in her youth, and Clemmie says that she will be happy if she looks like a mom with age.
Left: 48-year-old Josie O'Rourke, works as a deputy manager of a betting shop. She has separated from her husband and lives in Hastings, East Sussex. Right: Her 24-year-old daughter, Jodie Clark O'Rourke, works as a manager and lives in Stratford, East London.
Josie can't come to terms with the aging process, especially since she was very attractive in her youth. The woman has been undergoing botox treatments every year for the past six years. Nevertheless, Jodie thinks her mom is still great.
Left: 73-year-old Esther Savage, retired. She is married and lives on the Isle of Sheppey in Kent. Right: Her 43-year-old daughter, Wendy Break, works as a child counselor and lives with her three-year-old son on the same island.
Esther stopped caring about her appearance after she got married and had children. Wendy considers aging a liberating factor.
Left: 83-year-old Frances Dunscomb, a former stay-at-home mom who became a model. She lives in Surrey and has one daughter, 57-year-old Tineka Fox (right), who is married and has three adult children. She also lives in Surrey.
Francis still feels young and loves to dance around the house to music. She never thought she looked like her daughter until she saw computer graphics. Tineka thinks her mother always looked stunning. She says that, fortunately, she inherited good maternal genes and healthy habits.
Left: 45-year-old model Rhonda McIntosh, lives with her husband and two children in Glasgow. Right: her 15-year-old daughter Darcy.
Rhonda says that when she looks at Darcy, she clearly sees herself in her youth, and it's like going back to the past. At the same time, Darcy admits that this similarity surprised her very much.