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Faith Hill explains why she's choosing to age gracefully

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Faith Hill is turning 50 later this year, but she’s far from sweating it.

“I honestly don’t pay attention to aging,” said the country music superstar to NewBeauty. “If I did, my girls [Gracie, 19, Maggie, 18, and Audrey, 15] would notice and I don’t want that. That’s not a message I want them to have.”

The magazine’s spring/summer 2017 cover girl insisted that she’s happily embracing the new wrinkles on her face.

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“I’m okay with having lines,” explained Hill. “I’m almost 50, I want people to know I’ve smiled a lot!”

However, getting older hasn’t stopped the five-time Grammy Award-winning artist to experiment with new looks, especially when it comes to date night with her husband, 49-year-old fellow country singer Tim McGraw.

“A big date for us is actually an afternoon movie,” she said. “I’ll wear a sundress, some mascara and a red lip, which is kind of new for me. I was always a nude lip person, but one day I tried red and loved it.”

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Hill even admitted that some of her past red carpet ensembles are “pretty rough stuff.”

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“I’ve tried so many trends that looked terrible,” she said. “Early in my career, I did the high-school perm — why would I do that? I already have curly hair! And I used to wear tons of makeup, like that ’80s caked-on makeup. It’s the reason I rarely wear it now unless I absolutely have to.”

These days, Hill prefers to stock up on basic ensembles that can be worn multiple ways for different styles instantly.

“A nice tight black sweater and a good pair of jeans — I’ve had some jeans for 10 years — is always good,” said Hill. “The thing I’ve learned more than anything else is to be comfortable and stay true to what I like.”

But if you were to ask McGraw what’s his favorite look to see on his wife of 20 years, he’ll admit to something simpler.

“He likes when I have no makeup on and crazy-curly hair,” she added. “Before I put it up in a ponytail, he always tells me to wear it down because it’s his favorite.”

The spring/summer issue of NewBeauty his newsstands March 28.