I don’t really know anyone who looks like that and maybe it’s because the healthy senior women I know use all of the natural beauty tips for looking younger!
As we get older, we get drier – all over our bodies, but especially our face and neck and hands. Young skin tends to look moist and ‘dewy.’ Powdered foundation can make you look even older, so opt instead for liquid foundation and creamy blush. Take a finger and lightly dab a pea-sized amount of moisturizer after your makeup application to create “dewy skin.”
For lining your eyes, pencils can create a softer look than liquid eyeliner. Smudge a little bit with a Q-tip to make it more natural-looking. Liquid eyeliner is easier to apply, but make sure you keep the line very smooth and thin, or you’ll look like a shaky old lady. Put a little upward tilt on the outer corner of your eyes for a happier, younger look.
If you’ve got loose neck skin and don’t want to look like a wattle-necked turkey, take care with your jewelry. Stay away from chokers and short necklaces that draw attention to your neck and instead, wear beautiful earrings that draw the eyes up, up and away from the wattle.
One of the best anti-aging makeup tools is the Eyelash Curler. As we get older, we have wispier, thinner eyelashes and we want to make them look as thick as possible. An eyelash curler will help to lift and separate what eyelashes you have left. Wear the darkest black eyelash mascara you can find and it will make the whites of your eyes look whiter and younger.
Pay attention to your eyebrows as they thin out with time also. Use a brow pencil to brush upwards and shape your eyebrows into a nice arch. This will give you an immediate eye lift!