If you’re over 40 or 50, most of the makeup techniques you relied on when you were younger may not be as effective as it were before. However, do not lose hope. The secret is you just need to be open for new and reliable makeup application techniques appropriate for your age to achieve that simply gorgeous natural makeup. Here we have some few beauty tips so you can maintain that healthy and glowing skin. We’ll also teach you how to have that natural makeup look and appear younger.
Invest in proper skin hydration prior to makeup
Hydration is the best way to plump up your skin; there’s no way to skip this especially if you have mature skin. It surely helps makeup to apply smoothly and seamlessly, such as your foundation, concealer or blush. On the other hand, mature skin tends to be much drier, so you need to invest in high quality skincare products. Dr. Farid Mostamand, founder of Ageless Derma, stated, “As we age, our skin tends to become dry and more sensitive, especially in women going through menopause. Moisturizer is vital for your face and your body to ensure that the skin is constantly nourished and replenished.” It is also advisable for you to use moisturizers that have hyaluronic acid, for it effectively works with aging skin.
Choose your makeup ingredients very well
Always go for makeup products that contain natural anti-aging ingredients such as retinol and pomegranate extract, which have a dominant set of anti-aging attributes. They help maintain a brightening glow to the skin and they effectively fight wrinkles. In addition, if you want to gradually decrease the appearance of dark spots, and instead lighten them up, then go for botanical components like soy or peony extract. You need to avoid chemicals that usually offer dryness to the skin such as alcohol and synthetic fragrances.
Focus on enhancing your best features
Mature skin does not usually work well with heavy makeup application. Remember that it is always best to enhance your best features rather than piling up too much to drastically change your look. Don’t focus on covering your skin imperfections; always embrace your skin. As you age, you will believe that less is more when talking about makeup.