You are much younger in your twenties but unfortunately, you are no longer in your twenties. This could make you think that those years were your best years because you were a lot prettier than now, but you can still look beautiful this time. I’m in the camp that says the best is yet to come, but as you age and inevitably mature, so should your beauty routine. You need to keep yourself abreast of the some beauty tips for women of your age.
Here are the six essential beauty tips women over forty should know;
One of the things that adds fullness to your thinning strands is a shoulder-length cut with face-framing layers; it practically styles itself. If eventually you colour your hair, don’t go too dark since hair naturally lightens with age.
2. Exfoliation Often:
Always remove any dull, dead skin cells by exfoliating a few times a week or by investing in a facial cleansing brush. Think of your clear, smooth skin as a fresh palette for flawless makeup application.
Endeavor to apply a tiny smear of a champagne-hued eye shadow or pearly highlighter to the inner corners of your eyes. This will instantly brighten that area and make you look more awake. It’s great for women who struggle with dark circles.
The sun can cause more harm to our skin than we care to admit thus, repair the damage that has already been done by using a retinol product to plump and soften fine lines. Also protect from further damage with an SPF-laden moisturizer or serum.
Your brows naturally thin out as you age so, fill them in ever so slightly for a fuller, more youthful appearance.
There are a number of benefits provided by sheet masks, no matter your skin type. Use a tea tree sheet mask to soothe or one with extra vitamin C to brighten. Try making it a part of your weekly routine and use it as an excuse to pamper yourself.
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