Another one of those lucky ladies whose beauty appears ageless is actress Irene Wan. In recent years, the 55-year-old Hong Kong star who’s well-known for her role as Da Ji in the 2001 TVB classic Gods of Honour, has been gravitating towards a more “girlish” lewk. So much so that it’s almost been her signature. However, it doesn’t look like everyone is quite on board with her sweet and girlish style after all.
Like her Gods of Honour co-star Michelle Ye who’s also active on Douyin these days, Irene pops up little clips of her life on Douyin quite frequently. For her latest post, Irene wore a pale pink princess inspired dress and her long hair down. But just like on her previous uploads, Netizens seem to have continued giving her a bit of tough love, complaining that she’s overusing the beauty filter.
Everyone’s a Critic
“When are you going to change your style? I really want to see your noble and elegant side”. “Big sister, dress well. It’s okay to age gracefully”. “Change your outfit and give your fans something fresh! It makes you even more beautiful” were just some of the comments on Douyin weighing in on her style. It seems some feel like her style might be too young for her and no longer age appropriate, telling her to follow other actresses who embrace their age. Likewise, Netizens seem to be giving her grief about her long hair as well which they complained was always covering her pretty face. “You’ll be more beautiful if you change your hairstyle”. “Actually, the hair covers too much such as her shoulders, neck, forehead and face”. Another one inquired “which video shows her hair tied up?”
On the other hand, there are also fans who appreciated her look, calling her a fairy and that she looks like a beautiful flower. As for the naysayers, fans told her to just “do your best, don’t worry about others” and to be happy by being herself.
umm how about she dresses and does whatever she wants, since it’s her life and her douyin account?
Fat chance of that. When one posts stuff on a public social media, one is always inviting for comments or reactions. One gonna has to accept that reactions won’t always be positive or supportive.
Your comment is true but is basically victim blaming. People could learn to be nicer and have a bit of grace. Why do they think they have a right to tell her how to dress, and what she can post? She’s not even wearing revealing clothes. She looks great.
Netizens have no right to tell how she should dress. It is not a matter of being a celebrity, because even ordinary users have received comments like this. It’s a matter of learning to respect and be sensible. The victim should not be blamed for the misfortunes that befell her/him.
those grandma needs to shut it. it’s her style she can dress whatever she want. so shush.
There are middle-aged actors who dress like teenagers, and they are applauded for it on Weibo. When an actress does it, there are users that say it’s wrong. I guess misogyny is ingrained in society.