Keeping it light and easy
YouTh is light and easy, not overdone. If you’re doing too much, it probably shows.
Youthful hair is healthy hair. healthy hair has a certain shine. as we age, chemically lightening hair seems to be a default, but it’s actually counterproductive for most people.
darker hair tends to look shinier, and we’ve already established that shinier equals healthier. Your hair frames your face. We have so many mental short cuts that we assume light colour is the colour of youth or beauty, but if it doesn’t suit you, it’s a detriment.
This is a favourite make-up item, because it’s a great way to “wake up” the eye, but it doesn’t have to be black to be effective. Try brown or brown/black if you must, but you’ll get a subtle natural effect by darkening and thickening your nearly invisible eyelash hairs.
as women get older, some tend to rely more on coverage. a better strategy is tackling the underlying problem. You’re older, wiser and you should have a little more patience.
see a dermatologist or visit a friendly impartial aesthetician and then be diligent.
turiser and weekly mask suited for your condition.
Next, adopt a hands-off policy and in case of emergency have the proper tools on hand, keep them sterile and attack when your prey is most vulnerable, after a warm shower.
Moisturise, moisturise, moisturise. a healthy glow starts with smooth skin. Even if you didn’t use lotion as a child, you should probably adopt the usage by adulthood. You’re doing it to keep your natural moisture and keep your skin nice and supple.
Follow this skincare and makeup routine and watch the gleam of appreciation in the eyes of others. — AP