Top Makeup Mistakes That Are Making You Look Older and How To Avoid Them

Top Makeup Mistakes That Are Making You Look Older and How To Avoid Them

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The power of makeup is truly limitless.

Unfortunately, many women of all ages are making simple makeup mistakes that are making them look older than they truly are!

Lucky for you, you’ve just stumbled on the only guide you will need to fix these pesky makeup mistakes in a flash, and most importantly how to avoid them altogether.

Sit back and relax, we’ve got this covered.

 

It Starts With Foundation

 Foundation is the holy grail of makeup. It helps set a healthy base coat on the entire face and keeps your complexion looking youthful and warm.

As we age, our skin’s needs change, and yes, that also includes your foundation.

To keep a healthy glow, mix in a slightly darker hue with that of your matched foundation color on the back of your hand before applying liberally across the entire face. Be sure to cover the bottom of the neck as well to minimize unflattering discoloration.

 

Concealer Disasters: The Magic’s In The Application

Believe it or not, concealer can actually make you look older by sinking into fine lines and wrinkles if not applied correctly.

Fortunately, there’s a simple fix.

Only apply your favorite concealer on the inner areas of your upper eyes to conceal any darkness.

Our CoverAge concealer stick does just the trick with five clinical level skin care ingredients including a shea butter core to conceal and nourish the skin with every swipe.

Click here for more information.

 

Lipstick Do’s and Don’ts

There’s nothing worse than lipstick that bleeds everywhere but your actual lips!

To keep the problem at bay, use a lip brush to apply your favorite colors to the lips. This will give you better control over the application process and will reinforce the pigments into the skin.

Trust us; you’ll thank us later!

Oily Skin Can Ruin Your Look

 As we age, oily skin, unfortunately, is a pesky problem that seems not to know when to quit.

Not only can it ruin flawless foundation coverage, but it can also wreak havoc on the eye area.

To keep your shadow from streaking into obscurity, use a light lid primer before applying any makeup to keep everything in its rightful place!

When it comes to makeup and skin care, the more you know, the better! Click here for our entire list of essential beauty tips for women of any age or skin tone!