While it’s true that every ’90s girl’s fave teen goth flick The Craft turned 20 last year, there are certain things that happen that make its heyday seem like it just happened. One of those? Actress Rachel True, who hasn’t aged a day since 1996, apparently.
In case you need a refresher, True played one of the four main leads in the movie, Rochelle. She’s the one who casts a revenge spell on Christine Taylor that makes all her hair fall out, and is also who the other girls lift off the ground in your favorite ’90s sleepover game and mine, “Light as a feather, stiff as a board.”
Remember how gorgeous she was?
And how she and Neve Campbell’s Bonnie were #BFFGoals?
The Plastics who?
And this one from last year. Wow.
And now? Rachel True is 50 years old and seriously #LifeGoals.
When The Craft premiered in theaters, True was actually the oldest of the main cast — 29, playing a teenager! (And we get it — I mean, she could still pass for a teenager, in our opinion.)
We aren’t the only ones fawning over how beautiful True still is. Twitter is beside itself, as Twitter tends to be.
“Where’s the pic of her at 50?” user @HankRea asked, and we’re like, no but seriously.
True herself even tweeted her gratitude for the kind words, because she’s apparently a perfect human.
And she pointed out the damn truth, too: That we shouldn’t be afraid of getting older. With age comes wisdom, and we are all about that.
One of her secrets to looking youthful seems to be from the lifestyle she leads, as True posts regularly about plant-based eating and healthy living in general.
Here’s video where she talks about the benefits of lemons (and also totally owns her “frizzy” hair, which, go girl).
We hope we look half as gorgeous as True does at 50, but even more so, we hope we have as amazing of a zest for life as she does. She is giving us all the skincare, body, hair, teeth, (insert noun here) inspiration, and hope to see her face all over the place for as long as she is willing to grace us with it!