Looking chic and feeling fabulous is important to every woman at any age. Although tastes change over time, many of us have a unique, personal style that we proudly carry through the decades. What if you are feeling like you are in a style rut? If you are looking for techniques to reinvigorate your look, you’ll enjoy today’s video with Susan “Honey” Good!
Margaret Manning finds some real gems in the E.L.F. line of cosmetics. E.L.F. stands for “Eyes, Lips, and Face” and is affordable and available almost anywhere.
Trends always change, season after season, year after year. Sometimes they return – sometimes they do not. What’s fashionable this spring? Join us in conversation with fashion blogger Jodie Filogomo to find out! Enjoy the show!
Do you ever feel constrained or confused when it comes to choosing new makeup products? Well, by the end of today’s interview with Ariane Poole, I can promise you that you are going to feel much better!
Why? Because Ariane and I are going to tackle some of the biggest stereotypes when it comes to makeup for older women.
“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.
Despite the fact (or perhaps because of the fact!) that I am now officially in my 70s, I have a passion for makeup and fashion. And, in my experience, few people have their finger on the pulse of what it takes to look good at any age more than my good friend, Ariane Poole.
So, while I was in the U.K. on business, recently, I couldn’t help stopping by Ariane’s place for a quick chat about makeup, skincare and all things beauty.
While our conversation was wide-ranging, we put an added focus on eyebrow makeup this time around. I hope that you enjoy our conversation!
During her travels, Margaret Manning of Sixty and Me enjoys looking for affordable, local beauty products she can bring back and share with the community. She was first introduced to Lindex in Sweden and found they had a good quality clothing line appropriate for any age.
Have you noticed your hair is thinner than 30 years ago? If so, you’re not alone.
By middle age, most people’s hair becomes finer as the diameter of individual hair follicles, and the hair they produce, decreases. At the same time, when hairs fall out at the end of their life cycle, a higher percentage of follicles remain in their resting phase rather than reactivating to generate new hair.
Thinning hair and hair loss can be a devastating problem as we move on in years. I was reminded of this earlier today when talking to a lady at the station.
“Your hair looks lovely,” I said. The reply was, “Oh, it’s dreadful; it’s so thin now.” She then regaled me with her morning routine which sounded exhausting – but her hair did look nice.