When I interviewed professional makeup artist, Ariane Poole, I knew that I wanted to demystify makeup for older women. I wanted to help women our age to get the most from their makeup products, using simple techniques. Most of all, I wanted the women in our community to look and feel their best. These makeup tips videos were a blast to film. I hope that you find the useful!
If you’re looking for simple, yet effective, makeup tips for older women, you’ve come to the right place. In this short video, we discuss how the rules of makeup application change as we age.
We offer 6 simple tips for bringing our makeup look up to date – applying primer, using the right foundation, applying concealer correctly and more!
In this video, we will discuss how to get rid of age spots using makeup and other techniques. When most women think about age spot removal, expensive surgery or other painful treatments spring to mind. But, there is another option. While makeup can’t get rid of your age spots permanently, it can help you to soften their effects.
In this video, we will look at 6 amazing makeup tips for older women. During the interview, my good friend Ariane Poole explains that many of us are still applying makeup products that we have used for years. She suggests that, by using new light weight luminous products, we can create a more natural and softer look. Ariane discusses innovative product developments that we might also want to consider.
Like many women, I’m tired of using expensive beauty products to keep my skin looking good. So, I started looking into the best foods for healthy skin after 60. What I found was a list of foods that are not only great for your skin, but, that also may help you to live a healthy life more generally.
Fashion Weeks around the world receive an enormous amount of media attention. The models are tall, slinky and size 2; the designers talented, visionary and bold. The audience is made up of wealthy, young women, who aspire to live in a world where clothes define a lifestyle and show social status.
Watching these glamorous runway shows, you would think that fashion is only for women under 30. The surprising reality, revealed by research by Kantar Worldpanel, is that women over 50 spend £7-billion ($11.6-billion) a year on fashion.
Since starting Sixty and Me, I have come to expect the unexpected and embrace the diversity and eclectic style of women over sixty. Sometimes when I look at a woman my age I forget that behind that conservative dress and sensible shoes lurks the heart and soul of bohemian.
Innovation moves fast these days and we have made tremendous progress in industries like healthcare and technology – look at how much our lives have been transformed by smartphones and social media, and look at how many “miracle” cures now exist for diseases which once were fatal.
“I don’t have anything to wear”. We’ve all said it. As women who care about being stylish and attractive, we love to constantly reinvent our style and create a new looks for special occasions. But, who has the time, or money for that matter, to buy a new outfit for every occasion? Certainly not me. That’s why I have come to love the art of accessorizing.