There are surely many beautiful faces in the showbiz industry. Many would agree that the actress Dawn Zulueta or Marie Rachel Salman Taleon in real life definitely is one of them. But what makes her stand out among the rest is that she has the kind of beauty that appears to have stood the test of time.
From her early years in the show business up to this very day, nothing seemed to have changed on Dawn’s appearance.
Thanks to the modern technology of social media, old and new fans and followers have the opportunity to see Zulueta’s ageless beauty as she regularly post throwback pictures of her on a regular basis. These images ranges from her from retro fashion photoshoots to old graduation pictures, some would even date back in later years of 1980.
Dawn Zulueta is married to her equally good looking politician and businessman husband Antonio Lagdameo Jr. They been together for 22 years already and are blessed with two children.
Would you believe that Dawn is already 50 years old? Despite of her relatively advanced age, the actress is still a hot commodity in today’s local entertainment scene. Dawn still appears in both small and big screen projects.
She has played an important role in the longest running tv series “Ang Probinsyano” alongside Coco Martin. Her most recent movie is the recently released family-drama film Family History together with the veteran comedian Michael V. under GMA7 Pictures. Rumors has it that movie have been widely well received by both audience and critics upon its cinema release last July 24, 2019.
In a recent interview with veteran talk show host and entertainment columnist Boy Abunda, Dawn shared her secrets to her ageless beauty. According to the actress, gaining weight as you age actually helps you appear younger, contrary to the common belief. This eases the sagging of the skin and muscles as it increase the body’s volume. Dawn added that aging is natural and something one should not be ashamed of.
“I think nakakatulong ‘yung habang siguro tumatanda ako, I’m putting on some weight but I’m doing it quiet slowly,”
“We should be proud of the aging process, we should really embrace it,”