Focus on the things you like about your face instead of trying to hide what you don't. Nobody else can notice your dark patches, blemishes, or other skin irregularities.
As skin ages, fine lines and wrinkles appear, which are frequently the result of dry skin. Therefore, keep skin hydrated and exfoliated.
Blending foundation with a lightweight sunscreen not only neutralizes the drab residue left by sunscreen, but it also eliminates an extra layer of product.
Primers are analogous to spackle used when repainting a wall; they produce a smooth base that keeps makeup in place and prevents cracking.
Powder adds far too much texture, makes the skin appear cakey, and saps its vitality. Living skin should appear dewy and be touchable.
Typically, "extended wear" products contain mattifying chemicals with a drier texture. So, matte makeup tends to settle into and exaggerate wrinkles.
Frequently, contouring [with powder] mimics the dreary, flat,'shadowy' look that women over 40 may already have due to wrinkles and dark patches.
As you age, your natural lip line fades, making lipstick leak and feather. Trace your lips with a clear or matching lip liner.
A sparkling appearance that settles into wrinkles is not glamorous. Sparkles on the eyelashes are especially aged since they amplify and draw emphasis to every little line.