Skin produces less sebum and retains less moisture as it ages. You may now have dry skin while having average or slightly oily skin.
You want your makeup to last, like all good things. Primers can do a lot to smooth the surface of older skin so that makeup goes on better.
Always apply foundation first and use concealer sparingly to add a bit more coverage where you need it.”
Color correcting not only lets you use less makeup, but it also helps get rid of redness, darkness, and more for a more even skin tone and better results.
One of the first areas of the face to show signs of aging are the eyes—from puffiness and dark circles to crow’s feet.
Just like your eye makeup, blending your concealer using the right tools will help create a flawless finish.
I recommend a creamy foundation formula for mature skin and to avoid powders.
We're constantly urged to choose a foundation shade closest to our natural skin tone.
To set your makeup, you can use a fine powder to make it last longer. I suggest the gold standard MAKE UP FOR EVER Ultra HD Microfinishing Loose Powder.
As you get older, makeup like highlighters and blush can be lifesavers for your face because they quickly add warmth and radiance.