"You can see that Miley got her eyes from her mom — they both have very wide eyes," says Dr. Kilmer. Tish, however, has most likely logged more sun exposure than her daughter, which may have affected the skin around her eyes. If your mother has crow's-feet, you may want to prevent such damage before it occurs at the corners of your eyes with daily use of sunscreen, as well as an eye cream such as NeoCutis Lumière Bio-restorative Eye Cream. "It contains a protein blend of human growth factors that can help correct imperfections and fight future damage," Kilmer says. But your diet also plays a role. "Studies have shown that those who eat more green and yellow vegetables have fewer wrinkles, especially crows-feet around the eyes, compared with those who eat less," says Wu.
Katy Perry and her grandmother, Ann Hudson
You may be able to tell how you'll age by looking at your grandmother's face too. "You can tell that Katy Perry looks like her grandmother," Kilmer says. "The difference here is that when you're younger, your face tends to look smoother and more filled out — you can draw a perfect oval. As you age, however, you lose some facial fat, which gives the appearance of deflated cheeks," she explains. While loss of some skin plumpness and elasticity is inevitable as you age, you can keep your face as full as possible by using creams and lotions with hyaluronic acid. A substance naturally found in the skin, hyaluronic acid also draws in moisture from the air to keep your skin hydrated.