Want to look young and fresh, everyday? Here are twelve tips from my experience as a make-up artist to help you look your best. Try them out! Be fabulous!
To keep our skin looking fresh and supple moisturize twice daily (morning and evening).
Try teeth whitening
Over time, teeth may yellow from coffee, tea or red wine stains. You can whiten teeth quickly with over-the-counter products such as Crest White strips.
A simple grin can take years off your face. Smiling also makes us feel youthful. Think about all the women you admire.
Few things age you overnight more than a poor night’s sleep. Your eyes are puffy, your skin sallow and dull and your face sags.
Older skin usually means dry skin, so creamy blushes are the way to go. Powder blushes tend to settle into your fine lines and wrinkles, while creamier products “plump” up your skin.
A minimal approach is the most flattering. Try a tinted moisturizer with sunscreen. Use powder only in T-zone (forehead, nose, and chin area) if you have oily skin.
Avoid Heavy Clumpy Mascara
Wipe Mascara wand with a tissue before applying to give lashes a more natural look.
Curl Your Eyelashes
Curled lashes immediately make eyes “pop.” Do this before you put on your mascara. If you are going to curl your lashes after you applied mascara, make sure it has completely dried.
Use creamier lipsticks, avoiding matte lipstick as they tend to be dry and settle into your lip lines. If you don’t wear lipstick try a tinted lip balm or gloss.. A few shades darker than your natural lip color will brighten your complexion.
Once you hit your 30s, you’ll want to be careful not to overtweeze your eyebrows. Fill in sparse areas with eyebrow pencil or eye shadow
Drinking 6-8 glasses a day is the recommended amount and will keep your skin hydrated.
Stand up straight and confidently. Not only will this make you look five years younger ,it will make you look ten pounds thinner in seconds.