Applying a good quality concealer that’s suited for mature skin will definitely help get rid of those dark and dreary shadows under your eyes. However, if it’s not of good quality or not the right color for you, it will also accentuate those fine lines you have around your eyes.
When concealing those wrinkles and fine lines, start with a tiny amount of concealer so it won’t look plastered on, and apply it in thin layers to make sure it will blend well. Otherwise, you could be running the risk of making the lines look deeper and more apparent than they really are.
Deep, Dark Lipstick
Wearing lipstick that's overwhelmingly dark can make you look a little thin-lipped when usually what you really want to do is make your lips look fuller. So ditch those dark colors and go for lighter shades instead. As you age and your lips start to thin, wearing dark lipstick will only intensify the thinning, which you definitely don't want.
Instead, wear lipgloss over your lipstick. That little extra shine will reflect light and make your lips appear thicker than they actually are. Nowadays, you can even find volumizing lipgloss that works twice as well. When all else fails, you can always try the Kylie Jenner lip kit.
Wearing a silky scarf around your neck may feel chic and elegant, but it will also draw unwanted attention to your neck area, which women of a certain age usually try to avoid. And let's not put aside the fact that you might be mistaken for a 60s airline stewardess.
If you have a nice silk scarf you want to flaunt, there are ways to do it that don't include wearing it around your neck. One way would be to wrap it around your shoulders like a shawl. Another way would be to tie it to the strap of your handbag. A third way would be to string it through your belt loops and wear it around your waist.
Finishing With Powder
We all know that youthful skin glows by reflecting light. This is why the dominant makeup look in recent years is dewy. Powders do the opposite by preventing light from reflecting and causing creases in your skin to become more obvious.
Maybe you've been applying powder as a finishing touch since your college years. Well, it's high time to stop now. That being said, for individuals with oily skin, using a powder might feel necessary to set the makeup. While you can do that, we would recommend using a setting spray instead, which will not weigh heavy on your skin.
Mascara on Your Lower Lashes
While wearing mascara on your upper lashes is a pretty standard procedure, you don't want to do that on your lower lashes too. Putting mascara on your lower lashes can make your eyes appear droopier than they are and even draw unwanted attention to those pesky dark circles.
The whole look makes your eye look heavy and sunken, which is a look nobody wants. Instead, you should focus on your upper lashes by curling them and layering on a volumizing mascara from their roots through the ends for an uplifting effect. This should result in an eye that looks bigger and more impressive.