Sep 22nd

Hiding Fine Lines and Wrinkles

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Do not use to much makeup around your eye area, this will draw attention to your fine lines and wrinkles. Wrinkles will appear more noticeable when makeup settles and cakes into your lines.
Apply your eye cream/moisturizer while the skin is just cleansed and pores are more open. This will plump up and even out the area. Next, apply a little primer to your face, filling the fine lines/wrinkles and pores, this will have your makeup glide on and use less makeup.
Applying to much makeup to cover lines or dark circles will bring out the creases and folds. Avoid using heavy concealers, they will look cakey around the eyes.
Using highlighter to your upper cheek and brow bones will make your complexion look more radiant and youthful. Using darker colors to hide/shade and create contour.
A great trick is working with a foundation that is one or two shades darker than your natural color, this “lifts” a sagging chin. Cover the darker area with a translucent powder.
How to Brighten Aging Skin
Use warm colors to brighten up your skin if appearance is dull looking. We suggest using a foundation that is a half-shade lighter than your skin tone.
To aid to dark circles under your eyes, apply foundation and concealer that’s a shade lighter than your natural color. Top it with a loose powder to set the makeup and blend for a natural finish.
Illuminators and bronzers will add a sun-kissed glow. Caution- a bad fake tan will make you look older… Get a natural glow by blending the bronzer into your moisturizer or foundation and then applying it evenly to your face. A loose powder just one or two shades darker than your skin tone will also add warmth.
Moisturizing sprays help set makeup and give skin a dewy look.

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