Use a hydrating foundation with golden tones.
Whether you choose to use a foundation, BB cream or tinted moisturizer, the key point here is to make sure your base provides superior hydration. Providing your skin with generous moisture makes it look plumper, hence, minimizing the appearance of wrinkles.
To perfectly achieve a natural makeup, look for wrinkled skin, begin with a hydrating foundation that applies smoothly onto the skin. Ultra-matte foundations and powders will only accentuate your wrinkles. In addition, professional makeup artist Lisa Eldridge also suggests using a foundation with golden undertones for it adds warmth to the skin, making it look more lively and youthful.
Wrinkles around the eye area are very common for mature women. Piling up loads of concealer on top of your wrinkles won’t hide them but instead, accentuate them. Heavy concealers and powders will only seep into the wrinkle lines which will make them very noticeable.
The natural way to conceal wrinkles around the eye area is to prep your eyes first with eye cream. Then, apply a semi-matte liquid concealer by gently dabbing it on the area you wish to cover. Dabbing it on will make the coverage fuller and the layer more intact.
Keep a fixing mist handy.
The worst enemy of makeup and wrinkles is caking. If you used makeup products that are not able to stand humidity, the tendency of it to cake and set on your wrinkles is quite present. To avoid this, you need to go for products that are longwearing. In addition to that, a mineral fixing mist should also help secure your makeup’s longevity.