Overdoing your makeup can absolutely add years to your age. Some of the Instagram looks in trend may look nice in photos but it can be quite heavy for everyday. However, makeup experts shared their favorite makeup looks that can make you look younger.
Glowing bronzed skin
While matte skin looks great in photos, it can look flat and aging in real life. One sign of youth is to have glowing, sun-kissed skin. To enhance the finish of your foundation and make it look more radiant, makeup artist Caitlyn Wooters suggests, "Mixing foundation with moisturizer is an easy way to lighten your coverage options if you already have a fuller coverage foundation."
Bright eyes and tantalizing lashes
Professional makeup artist Chrisanne David shares, "Curling your eyelashes and adding a little glimmery shadow as a highlighter are the easiest things you can do to make your eyes look bigger—and therefore younger," The key is to use a shimmery eyeshadow, preferably in white or champagne color, on the inner corners of your eyes to make them stand out. Additionally, having long lashes is one sign of youthfulness. Use a high quality lengthening and volumizing black mascara and apply two to three coats to amplify your eyelashes.
Peachy flush and rosy pink lips
James Vincent, a celebrity makeup artist and director of artistry for Ardency Inn shares a makeup tip to five your skin a fresh, youthful flush. He says, "Apply two shades of blush for the perfect flush of youth. Pink, or anything in the red family should be placed on the apple of the cheek; it will give the effect of blood coming to the surface. Peach, coral, or anything in the orange family should be applied to the highest point of the cheekbone; that gives the effect of heat rising. Finish by bringing a matte bronzer to the skin where sun hits the face (forehead, cheekbone, bridge of nose, and chin)." Pair your youthful peach flush with a rosy pink lipstick that leans more on the red or coral side. Pink lipstick that has pale purple tones can wash your complexion out so it’s better to avoid them.