Flattering Makeup Tips for Mature Skin
Hydrate your skin:
Hydrate skin before putting makeup. Use a moisturizer for your skin type to fill up skin and provide a smooth canvas for makeup.
Use a primer:
Primers soften fine lines, wrinkles, and pores for foundation. Find a primer for mature skin that hydrates and prolongs makeup.
Lighten up on foundation:
Instead of full-coverage foundations, try translucent foundations or tinted moisturizers. Heavy foundation can accentuate delicate lines.
Target under-eye bags and aging spots with a creamy, lightweight concealer. Overusing product can accentuate fine wrinkles.
Set with powder selectively:
Powder can set makeup and control shine, but applying it all over your face will dry and dull older skin. Instead, lightly dust only oily areas like the T-zone.
Emphasize your eyes:
Eyelashes and eyebrows thin with aging. Open your eyes with an eyelash curler and extending mascara. Brow pencils or powders define scant eyebrows.
Choose flattering eyeshadow shades:
Neutral makeup colors improve your eye color and skin tone. Avoid shine and glitter, which accentuate wrinkles. Matte or satin finishes flatter.
Define your lips:
Lips can thin with aging. Lip liner in a hue similar to your natural lip color defines lips and prevents lipstick from bleeding. Choose moisturizing lipsticks or lip tints.
Add a touch of blush:
Apply a natural-colored cream or powder blush on the apples of your cheeks and smooth outward toward your hairline.
Apply a light highlighter to your cheekbones, brow bones, and nose bridge. Use a light hand to avoid highlighting roughness or small lines.
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