Between the flashy packaging and promises of youth in a jar, we’ve all been sucked into spending a small fortune on premium skincare and makeup products. If each of these products delivered the same result for every woman over 50, there probably wouldn’t be so many of them to choose from!
As women who grew up in the 1960s, dance has been a part of our lives since the very beginning. But, if I’m right, most of us haven’t had a chance to see our favorite 1960s dances performed – let alone put on our dancing shoes and try them ourselves – for many years.
There are many reasons that retiring abroad has become a hot trend. Some of us are looking for a way to live comfortably on Social Security and our limited savings. Others are choosing to seek adventure in far of places after a lifetime of being stuck in a cubicle. Still others are moving abroad in retirement to be closer to family members in other countries.
As older women, we all want to make the world a better place. Unfortunately, we often feel powerless to make a real difference in the lives of others. Yes, we can donate to charities or support political organizations, but, the impact that we can make through these activities feels distant and fragmented.
Society is full of suggestions and opinions on ageing and the changes we should make as we get older. But what should we really be doing as we try to embrace healthy ageing? Join us in conversation with geriatrician Dr. Bill Thomas who has four great points to what he believes matters most. Enjoy the show!
Imagine the following scenario. You’ve just finished dinner and now you are playing on the floor with your two grandkids. As you play, you start a feel a pain in your chest.
If there’s one makeup product that brightens the face the most it’s surely lipstick. Nothing takes you from drab to fab like a little color on the lips.
However, lipstick on women over 60 is fraught with pouty peril. When it bleeds into those fine lines around the mouth, it can make you look older, or just plain messy.
Fashion can really change others’ perception of who we are, no matter our age. Join us in discussion with lifestyle blogger Jodie Filogomo who knows what it means to be a fierce woman. Enjoy the show!
If I am totally honest, for most of my life, I never imagined that I would still be wearing makeup in my 60s. But, the truth is that I still enjoy adding a little sparkle to my look. So, since starting Sixty and Me, I have set out to interview makeup experts, like my good friend, Ariane Poole. Along the way, I have learned plenty of tips… and even a few mistakes to avoid. And, today, I’d like to share a few of these with you. I’d also love to hear whether you still enjoy wearing makeup and, if so, which products you like best. Join us for a cup of tea (or coffee) and a chat. And, if you enjoy the show, please tell one friend about us today. Your support means so much to me!
We’ve all been there: staring at foundations and creams on a makeup counter with a 20-year-old trying to tell us what works best for our skin. There are so many different types of foundation products on the market and the ones getting the most buzz lately are BB and CC creams – but what exactly do they do?
If you are looking to clear up any confusion once and for all, you will enjoy today’s video with Ariane Poole!