Though we that wear our wrinkles with confidence, it is always essential for us to look at our best. You will not have to follow the Botox path to reduce the symptoms of ageing. Below are six make-up tricks that will help you look younger.
The first step to a young-looking skin is to keep it clean. A gentle cleaner and a decent moisturizer will go a long way to keep makeup from settling into wrinkles.
Foundation should not change the color of your skin; it is better if it is used to improve the color of your skin.
You want to use a makeup that blends with the hue of your natural skin. Liquid foundation is ideally suited to mature skin; resist powders that can sink on wrinkles, making them more noticeable.
Using a makeup brush for use rather than fingers or a sponge for the most polished finish.
Using the cover-up after the base so that you can clearly see where it is most important. The cover color will suit the base. Lightly pat cover-up across the eye for the most natural look.
Mature women should avoid shimmering or frosted eye liner because they highlight wrinkles. Alternatively, stick for a matte hue that blends seamlessly and help you cover the marks.
Light peach or champagne shades can be added to the eyelid first to help open the eyes. For add depth, apply a darker taupe or gray to the crease. Mix well with a realistic look.
Apply foundation over fine lines, this will make your eyes look broader and your lashes look fuller. Nonetheless, use a liner that is too dark to make your eyes look strong.
Waterproof liner in a brown shade, added under a lash line, offers a soft look. Use a pencil liner instead of pigment for a smoother lining and apply it across the top of your lashes, including in between-follow the mascara.
Using a brow pencil with a color that exactly suits the cooler of your face to fill your eyebrows. Using quick gestures to add the pigment to the normal outline of the forehead.
Be vigilant to stop caking makeup into wrinkles that is a threat to those of us with thinning brows.
When we mature, our skin becomes drier, and the lack of collagen causes it to bleed. Use a blush tone of one inch darker than usual to add depth and contour under the cheekbone.
Add the usual hue to the apple of the eye, softly rubbing it down into the temple and mixing it into the contour hue to smooth the edge.