Makeup application after 50
Applying makeup post 50 is different than in our 30's and even 40's. Gravity takes over and we need to make changes in the way we apply our makeup or risk making ourselves look older. There are some great tips in this video and knew I had to share with you.
In the video, I learned I make 2 out of 5 of the mistakes. When I corrected them, I was impressed at the difference it made. My eyes looked bigger and seemed to pop!
One of my favorite tips didn't involve makeup application, but the organization of our makeup-- the eyeshadow pallet. Taking our various shadows we use daily, blushes, etc., and keeping them all in one case is genius--why didn't I think of that?
What was your biggest takeaway from the video?
Next step...read my blog on choosing the right eye creme or gel for under eye puffiness, crows feet, and dark circles.
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We all know our skin ages, sometimes faster than we would like. There are two main reasons our skin ages known as Intrinsic and Extrinsic aging.
Intrinsic or Genetics - contribute to how fast we age. Most of us show signs of aging in our late 40's to early 50's.
Extrinsic or External Factors - These include environmental, free radical sun damage, and stress.
Free radical and sun damage accounts for 90% of early signs of aging. Seriously, it's that high!
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