Mom jeans may be back in style, along with high-waisted jeans. But we’ve all noticed that these aren’t those frumpy jeans we all remember from the ’80s. Oh no, today is a different story. Now they’re tighter around the waist and have a straighter fit along your leg.
So whatever silhouette of jeans you like to wear — just make sure they are tailored to your body shape and they don’t bag and sag in awkward places. You will be amazed at how differently your body will look when it doesn’t have jeans on that are a size or two too big!
Too Much Blush
Wearing excessive blush can actually make you appear older rather than enhancing your natural beauty. When applied too heavily or in the wrong shade, blush can settle into fine lines and wrinkles, emphasizing them and drawing attention to the signs of aging. It can also make your skin look unnatural and cakey, accentuating texture and imperfections.
Overly rosy cheeks can create a clownish effect, undermining a youthful and fresh appearance. Additionally, using a heavy hand with blush can throw off the balance of your overall makeup, making it look dated and unflattering. Opting for a subtle and natural blush application is key to maintaining a youthful and radiant complexion.
Blunt cuts are always in — and look great, no matter your age! But the way you cut and style your hair does matter. According to experts, blunt bobs tend to highlight harsh angles, making your bone structure look more severe.
This picture of American singer Kimberly Caldwell will have anyone wondering if they can pull off that hairstyle, but don't be tempted — this cut goes well with that specific face shape and not much else. Try to soften your hairstyle by styling waves to create some texture — this type of look can work for different faces and you can style it more easily.
The biggest problem with trends is that they change rapidly, so if you’re following outdated trends, you tend to look out of touch and therefore, older. You have two options to deal with that predicament: you can either immerse yourself in fashion news and keep up or you can make sure your wardrobe is timeless.
Honestly, the latter option sounds a lot more manageable. While certain trends come and go, some pieces never go out of style. Keep those around and whenever you feel like changing things up a bit, do it with accessories, which are a lot easier to keep or toss away.
The Wrong Hairstyle
Once upon a time, people didn't have YouTube tutorials on how to do anything under the sun. If you saw a cool hairstyle in a magazine and wanted to try it out for yourself, you had a lot of trial and error waiting for you.
Using pictures from magazines and online as a guide for your desired hairstyle can lead to 'hairesy!' Especially if your picture of someone else's hair isn’t suitable for your face and hair type. You’ll have a much better chance of getting a reasonable fit for you if you look for someone with a similar shape as you.