Hello, dear readers of my channel. Today I want to tell you what to avoid in makeup with age, how to change it to look fresh.
The article describes the methods that are applicable to the majority of women who turned 50-60-year milestone. Of course, each case is different and requires "its" transformation, so before you use the data tips into practice to exit "out", be sure to take a test make-up in order to understand what's right SPECIFICALLY YOU.
Blush: change the color and location of the application
Apply blush to the "apples" of the cheeks longer appropriate for young girls. Let me explain why: in women aged cheeks fall, the upper central part of the face loses volume, but the cheekbones not really changed. Shades of cosmetics that darker skin tone, conceal the volume. In adulthood conceal the volume of most of these "apples" to anything, and to balance the volume of the upper central and lateral parts of the face will look fresh.
Therefore, you should choose the very subtle shades of rouge (barely visible) and apply them along the cheekbones. And "apples" better highlighter to apply powder or with reflective particles.
Less dark shadows
No, no, I do not call to abandon the dark shadows, I only propose to stop to put them on top, and on the lower eyelid at the same time.
Quite often I heard from some women that they are using dark shadows to visually increase eyes. What can I say about this? Only from afar eyes, richly dyed dark shadows look more close to this feature lost, moreover, the dark shadows without imposing layer corrector, concealer under your eyes only older. A lot of toners under the eyes only emphasize wrinkles.
If you like dark shadows, try to use them only on the upper eyelid near the outer corner of the eye and slightly affects the lower eyelid (also at the outer corner of the eye).
Getting rid of shimmernyh shadows (gain satin)
I have already said in several publications and now repeat - shimmernye shadows emphasize the relief of the skin. Satin shade due to the less dense content of reflective particles smooth terrain and gently illuminate the skin.
However satin shade require proper application - should be applied to the inner corner of the eye and the center of the movable upper eyelid and strictly dosed. Otherwise they will only accentuate skin imperfections.
I hope my advice will be useful. If you disagree with any option, share your experience in the comments.