It’s Thursday and, of course, we opened to our favorite section of the New York Times…SKIN DEEP. Natasha Singer, who we have been interviewed by, writes about a new book called “How Not to Look Old.” According to the author Charla Krupp, it is vital for women to use “age-management” techniques for job security. There is nothing wrong with maintaining your appearance for self-confidence, which, as we all know, leads to great job performance! Nothing proves it more than when the president of the Center for the Advancement of Women, a nonprofit in Manhattan, proudly speaks about her techniques for a fresher appearance. She told Natasha about having an eyelift as well as a lower face lift, not because she was fearful of losing her job but for herself. At BHI, we love it when strong women share their beauty secrets!