From industry experts and beauty insiders.
Signs of aging—dark spots, dryness, loss of firmness—show up on the hands and neck just as much as they do on the face. Combat these signs by moisturizing and using sunscreen daily, just as you would on the face.
Dryness, tightness, flakiness – all your body’s way of telling you to pick up a glass of water. Dry skin is more prone to wrinkling, so be sure to get an adequate amount of water daily—eight 8-ounce glasses, to be precise.
Our skin naturally loses radiance as we age. Solution? A little bit of shimmer on the eyes to helps brighten the complexion. Choose a neutral shadow in warm shades of brown and gold for a quick beauty boost.
Many women find their brows get lighter and thinner as they age. By recreating a fuller brow,
you can help take years off your look. First shape brows by tweezing just where needed, then fill in with a
natural-looking brow powder.
Apply a nourishing lip balm right before bed to help expedite the repair of dry, chapped lips.
Too much time looking down at devices like smartphones, tablets and laptops can cause creases in the neck and sagging skin. Be sure to keep devices at eye level to help avoid premature aging.
While you think a heavy concealer might be best at covering up dark circles, it can actually sink into fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes, causing a harsh, cakey look. Instead, try a liquid concealer to mask and correct the look of dark circles and wrinkles, like our De-Puffer!
It’s true that a good night’s sleep is vital to a glowing complexion. Stress hormones that have been elevated throughout the day get a chance to drop to normal levels when you sleep, giving skin cells time to repair.
A well-balanced diet does a body, and your complexion, good. Including more plant-based antioxidants like flavonoids (tea, red wine, broccoli, cranberries) and carotenoids (sweet potatoes, kale, carrots) into your diet can help remove free radicals from your skin.
SPF is your greatest defense against signs of aging, so be sure it’s in your makeup. Add an extra layer of wrinkle defense by applying a quarter-sized amount of SPF to the face and neck prior to makeup application.
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Many women lose fat in their face as
they age. Instead of focusing on the
apples of your cheeks with blush, play
up your cheekbones with highlighter. A
dusting on the highest point of cheeks
makes your bone structure beautiful
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