There is no age limit on beauty. Every season of life, however, brings challenges and changes. One of those opportunities is to revisit and reinvent your look – this week, we want to give you some of our favourite tips for applying make up to ageing skin. Enjoy!
If your skin looks dull, use warm colours to brighten up. Experts suggest using a foundation that is a half-shade lighter than your skin tone.
LIGHTEN DARK CIRCLES
To dim dark circles under your eyes, apply foundation that’s a shade lighter than your foundation to the area. Top it with a concealer and then add a loose powder to set the makeup and hide the colour difference.
BE BRONZED, NOT TANGOED
Illuminators and bronzers can also add a sun-kissed glow. But don’t overdo it; a bad fake tan can make you look older. Get a more natural glow by blending the bronzer into your moisturizer or foundation and then applying it evenly to your face. A loose powder just one or two shades darker than your skin tone can also add warmth.
Use spritzers and moisturising sprays to help set makeup and give skin a dewy look and avoid skin looking dehydrated
For more tips, tricks and direct advice on helping to combat and look after ageing skin then make sure you download the SkinBase ‘Ultimate Guide to Ageing Skin’ – it’s FREE and an absolute must read.
If you want to read somemore on ageing skin, then take a look at our past blog on ageing skin.
Grab a handful of the following fruits, whisk in a blender and enjoy!
• Frozen mango chunks
• Frozen papaya chunks (or fresh) • Frozen organic strawberries
• 1/2 cup coconut water
• 1 banana