Thinking about my own makeup after reading about 81-year-old super model Carmen dell Orefice.
Yes, I went to search on
makeup older women
What I found was many, many websites just like being in an art gallery. Evidently I am not the only the older women asking Is my current style of makeup making me look older, or even worse, a little foolish?
What I found was lots of advice that many times was conflicting. However, everyone agrees that it is important to avoid any extremes. Also, we need to acknowledge that our skin does wrinkle and change color and that eyelids begin to sag.
Here are some of the videos that I found helpful.
Preventing cakey concealer that accentuates wrinkles.
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Know your eye shape and how it changes.
And how to apply eye makeup using new techniques and products.
Next comes the lips
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I realize that not all of this advice is right for me. I think that I’m going to do some experimenting and make a visit to the cosmetic counters of not only high-end production but also some lesser priced brands.
What have I learned. You are never too old to enjoy makeup. However, don’t get stuck in a rut—that is what makes you look older.