Bambi De La Cruz Makeup Artistry Blog

As we age, our makeup styles and techniques also change. When we were teenagers, we were all with brights and pastes and matured to glam or neutrals when we got old maybe. Our skincare needs changes as we grow older also. The gel or waterbased light formulas we found in our teens may not be adequate for someone with mature skin. Even as we age group, we lose natural dampness in our skin, so older epidermis is commonly drier and thirstier. Use formulas for dried out epidermis, alcohol-free toners (alcohol dries your skin) and make eye cream your best friend. Pond’s Age Miracle line may be used to recreate the wetness on the skin.

Massage this well and let it sink in before applying primer and doing your make-up. Also, encourage your mom or grandma to keep their healthy behaviors- have them drink a lot of drinking water and eat healthy food so their pores and skin is cared for from within. Rather than using layers of solid foundation to cover up and flaws discolorations, use a face primer to assist in improving epidermis consistency and make lightweight base keeps longer. The finish will be more natural and glowing rather than cake.

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Sometimes, heavy foundation can really creep into those lines further improving them. Get a light to medium coverage foundation blended well and set with loose powder or adhere to tinted moisturizer for everyday. If the skin is still oily, adhere to BB creams for light or everyday foundation with oil-control properties.

Young or old, brows change lives really. Have your brows shaped professionally to obtain a nice arc that suitable for that person shape. Create feathery strokes with eyebrow clean and pencil with a spool clean for a far more natural look. Also, avoid black or varnish as this can age you and stick to light taupe, ash, or light brown.

Yes, you can wear eyeshadow. In fact, this really helps draw out the eye. I find shades of plum, mauve, and browns or grays flattering for some older women. Choose matte or formulas with a hint of shimmer rather than glitters just, metallics, and frosts, which can enhance lines. Black can be too severe so use a dark gray or charcoal pencil with less shimmer or glitter instead. Just apply them near to the baselines and blend it in for the illusion of thicker lashes and more wide-awake eyes.

Instead, of coating the low baseline completely, just make two to three dots on the outer lower gasoline and blend it well with a natural cotton bud or a little brush to tie up this with the upper lashline. Some recommendations are J. Cat Beauty Roll It Up Auto Eye Liner in Dark Gray and Make Up Store eyeliner in Not So Dark. Don’t you just love days whenever your only problem is that Benefit box o’ natural powder to use?

😜 Wishing you a worry-free Monday, benebabes! Color can brighten an in any other case-sallow complexion. A bright color on the lip area and cheeks can instantly add life and glow. Select a natural-looking blush that can truly add color to the cheeks such as MAC Blush in Mocha, Make Up Store Must Have, or Benefit Blush in Coralista. Super matte lipsticks can dry out the lips, and these can enhance the relative lines as well.

Choose semi-matte or cream formulas which stay put while providing a lush look to the lips. Alternatively, you may use a lipliner (try Nichido in Rosette) and clean coordinating tinted lip balm over it. On special events, falsies help add that extra oomph to the eyes. Choose falsies that are light if you’re not used to wearing them such as Red Cherry lashes in 747XS or individual lashes on the outer corners.