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Mick Jagger’s genetic blessings

Published 26/06/2016

Mick Jagger
Mick Jagger

Mick Jagger’s ageless appearance is down to having “really good genes”, according to his daughter Lizzy.

Mick Jagger’s hair is completely natural, his daughter Lizzy has insisted.

The 72-year-old Rolling Stones frontman still boasts luxurious, dark locks. And while there has been some speculation about whether he has some help to maintain his youthful look, Lizzy says it’s all him.

“He doesn’t do much with his hair,” Lizzy told W magazine. “He’s lucky because it’s not falling out or going grey. He’s got miracle hair. Even though I take really good care of my hair, I’m really lucky that both of my parents have great hair, which I’ve inherited.”

Lizzy is the daughter of Mick and supermodel Jerry Hall. She has made a name for herself as a model in her own right, and often uses her dad’s heyday looks as inspiration for her appearance.

“I do get a lot of inspiration from his make-up looks from the Seventies, which he doesn’t really go for any more,” she said. “He’s a bit more reserved with his looks on stage these days.”

As well as his barely greying hair, Mick still has a smooth complexion. Lizzy credits his skincare regime for his lack of wrinkles – as well as his genetic makeup.

“For a guy, he takes pretty good care of his skin,” she explained. “He’s just got really good genes.”

According to a 2011 report in the publication, Mick has an intensive regime for to maintain his complexion.

He apparently uses Clarins, Lancome and Creme de la Mer moisturising lotions, as well as Prescriptives Super Flight Cream for when his skin needs a boost.

Mick reportedly makes sure he is in bed by 11pm and has regular La Prairie Caviar facials. The treatment, which costs £300 ($440) per time, contains caviar extract to give “intensive tightening and rejuvenation” properties.

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