Glowing, healthy-looking skin is always in. Need proof? Just take a look at your favorite celebrities. We know what you're thinking: Obviously, they're going to have great skin.
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Best Makeup for Mature Skin - 14 Makeup Tips and Products for Older Women
In the world of social media beauty gurus and influencers, it often seems like everyone in the world has flawless skin and Kardashian-level makeup skills. But while some women can contour, highlight, and draw a fierce cat-eye like it's second nature, the rest of us are still trying to figure out our proper foundation shade and how to do a smoky eye without looking like a vampire. This difficulty only becomes amplified as you grow older. Instead of acne, maybe you're dealing with wrinkles , dark circles , and saggy skin, and you aren't sure how to apply makeup that enhances your face without looking overdone. It doesn't help that makeup brands tend to market their products with models in their teens, 20s, and 30s, so it might be harder to picture yourself wearing that highlighter or blush if you're older than the target age range.
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The Shakespearean adage that "eyes are the window to the soul" and the '80s banger "Hungry Eyes" are just two of the innumerable cultural references to eyes. So, regardless of your age, you should feel great about expressing yourself through makeup, especially when it comes to amping up your mesmerizing gaze. But as your skin's needs and daily routine change, you may find that eye shadows and liners wear differently on your lids as well. But there's no need to stow away your favorite eye shadow palettes and liners: We chatted up three makeup artists who know a thing or two about glamming up men and women of every age and got their best tips for applying eye makeup on mature skin. Here, seven tips to ensure that your makeup looks flawless on application — and stays that way.
And if you're new to the vertical, welcome! Okay, obviously I'm kidding, and in reality, my mom refreshingly embraces her age and the natural aging process. She's never had an injection or even a professional facial! That said, she has better skin than I do unfair but true , and she regularly schools me in her whip-smart makeup techniques and product suggestions. One such example?