Why Palpatine looked older in Attack of the Clones than in Revenge of the Sith?

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Lucas decided to have Palps scarred in Ep3 rather than age him normally. However, why does Palps look younger in Ep3 than in Ep2? And this isn’t just a few more hairs or less liverspots. Literally the guy has fuller hair, less wrinkles, no liverspots, and actually seems stronger? You’d think people would be like, “hey for leader of a galaxy thrown into it’s first war since it’s formation, you look even better than you did a few years ago before the conflict.” Anyways just curious.

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