Moisturise and Prep Your Skin
Begin by applying a light moisturizer that will prevent your skin from drying out and limit the appearance of any lines or wrinkles. Use a light weight formula that deeply hydrates your skin without clogging your pores. You can try the new L’Oréal Paris Revitalift Crystal Micro-Essence that penetrates 10 layers deep into your skin to give you youthful, brighter and glowing skin. It also contains active ingredients like Salicylic Acid which accelerates skin renewal & mildly exfoliates to refine pores & skin texture to give you a smoother look.
Go for a light texture that's slightly lighter than your complexion and adapted to your skin type. Choose a smoothing formula for an anti-wrinkle action. Apply a small amount by tapping it on to the center of your face and smoothing it outwards. Remember to smoothe it down your neck to avoid visible foundation lines. Apply to areas that often show signs of fatigue, like eye contour, above your cheekbones and on your T-zone. Dab it in with your fingertips so that it blends in with your foundation.
Dab a Bit of Loose Powder
Dig out a big, round makeup brush and apply a transparent, loose powder. Lightly brush it across your face and neck. Go easy to avoid a cakey look. It will leave your epidermis velvety and help fix your make up.
Add in the Blush
If your cheeks lack a bit of colour, apply a small amount of pink blusher to the top of your cheekbones, avoiding the hollow of your cheeks. Go lightly so that it subtlety blends in with your powder.
Spice Up Your Eyes
Apply a matt eye shadow to your eyelids, and adopt a slightly tone down color combination. Carefully pluck and groom your brows to get a wonderful, youthful gaze. As for mascara, don't pile it on. Apply a couple of layers to your upper lashes and a thin coat to your lower lashes. Regarding eyeliners, pencils are better than pens or liquids if you want a wide-eyed look. Finish with a small wing on the outer corner.
Let Your Lips Speak
Apply a small amount of foundation to your lips, as this will fix your lipstick. Any pro will tell you that this makes your lipstick last longer and stops it from bleeding into your upper lip. Go for a natural, neutral colour and, as our lips tend to thin with age, make sure you apply it right up to the edge of your lips.
Your ageing skin is the living example of your experiences and wisdom. However, sometimes it does snatches away the sheen from your face making your skin look dull and withered. Not anymore. With these makeup tips, you can easily defy your age and look youthful always.
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