Pro Makeup Tips For Women Over 60
Hydrate Skin First
Dry skin emphasizes fine lines, wrinkles, and roughness. Hydrated skin will fill these areas, smoothing makeup.
Don't Skip Primer
Makeup should linger like all good things. Primer smooths mature skin for makeup application. Covering fine lines and wrinkles is all about prep and prime.
Layer everything thinly
Applying a complete face of full-coverage makeup to hide faults and create a flawless base nearly assures cosmetics will settle into fine lines and wrinkles during the day.
Color-Correct Your Concern
Color correcting evens out skin tone, reduces redness, and brightens results. Color correcting before concealer is sometimes necessary.
Moisture-Packed Under-Eye Concealer
Aging begins with puffy eyes, dark circles, and crow's feet. Eyes are delicate. This area dries and tightens with age.
Blending concealer with the correct tools, like eye makeup, creates a beautiful finish. Use a brush to apply concealer on your back to manage the quantity.
Avoid powders and use a creamy foundation for older skin. Powder foundations settle into fine lines and wrinkles, highlighting them.
Warm Up Your Foundation
When foundation matches mature skin too closely, it might wash you out. To add warmth, use a tint that's somewhat warmer than your skin tone.
To prolong makeup, use a microfine powder to set. Dust off any extra concealer. Now you may face the day with sparkling eyes.
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