There will come a time that we’ll face the mirror and be thankful for something – thank God for makeup. We are all grateful for a miracle in a compact, the instant glow, and instant enhancement in some point in our lives. Our concerted efforts to looking young can never be complete without finding and using the perfect set of make up products that will highlight your features – not hide it. Believe in yourself, you are more beautiful than what you think. There are make up products that will complement your natural features, minimize imperfections, and conceal age-related skin problems.
What’s even better is that all make up products have gone more high-tech. Gone are the days when you need to satisfy your self with a foundation that is two tones lighter than your skin or an profusely red blushes that beats the rosiest of all lipsticks. Now you and your skin can indulge from a make up product that is made from organic products, a concealer that magically banish an under eye circle that reflects your party ethics, and even give you.
If your interest with make up products is a direct result of the visible signs of skin aging, chances are you are quite unsure of what your colleagues and even friends will think. But that doubt will soon be gone because chances are you will be the prettiest flower even if you have bloomed late.
Laying The Foundation
Women of age need to follow the only rule when it comes to applying foundation: your skin needs to highlight maturity. No, not looking young. Sure, it is tempting to pile up on anti-aging products that will erase time’s effect on your skin; but relying on a pile of make up products is terribly the worst foundation. Women of age only need subtle cover and a lot of color. And getting the right foundation eliminates both tasks in an instant.
And by that we mean the art of applying the most powerful and flattering of all foundations. Gone are the days when you have to look like you have a dust of Spackle in your face. Concealers today are lighter and creamier, which comes in a variety of shades that are sure to match your shade.
But with a lot of shade options comes confusion – which shade should you choose and would end up like your second skin? The general rule: Pick one shade lighter than your natural tone, notes Laura Geller, makeup artist and owner of Laura Geller Make Up Studio in New York. Choose a product that it packed with a wand or comes in a pot, according to Geller. These concealers are essentially sheerer and lighter than stick concealers, which are notoriously known for looking chalky or too thick when applied.
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