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Beauty Survey Says: Black Don’t Crack

Phylicia Rashad, Angela Bassett and Halle Berry are examples of age-defying black stars.

We've all heard and seen shining examples of the age-old adage, "Black don't crack."

Thanks to good genes, lots of ultraviolet ray-shielding melanin, natural oils and some say the grace of God — many Black folk enjoy a youthful appearance way past the age others start to experience winkles, age spots and sagging skin.

Well, that notion was part of Allure's first-ever anti-aging survey in the April 2013 issue, and the results show that most African Americans do indeed celebrate their age-defying looks.

The monthly publication polled 2,000 women and men on the modern perception of aging attitudes and behaviors. The survey yielded interesting insights about sex (it gets better as you get older), the ideal age (everyone wants to be 31) and going gray (we're not fans), to name a few. And when it comes to which ethnicity thinks they age the best? African Americans have that in the bag.

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