By any chance, do you, like me, have an image of your mom in red lipstick applying powder to her nose? This image is indelibly printed in my brain… along with another image that actually makes me squeamish: remember the fox stoles of the 1950s? I can’t even go there.
For a great many mature women, powder blush just doesn’t work any more. In fact, powder in general can make your skin look dry, causing you to appear much older than you are.
However, used the correct way, a combination of cream and powder is an easy way to perk up your look and give your face a healthy, long-lasting blush of color. Watch this video for all the details – and a few special makeup over 50 tips!
You don’t have to apply lots of makeup to ensure you look good. Releasing your inner beauty is about applying the right touches to enhance your natural glow, as Margaret Manning shows us in her latest YouTube video, with the help of some new makeup for older women from Ariane Poole.
For many women over 50, makeup is either an attempt to look younger or something to be ignored altogether. Just think of the many advertisements targeting women with promises to “restore younger looking skin,” “fight the signs of aging,” and so on.
Many women stop using makeup after 50 because they realize no product can rewind time. But is that the real purpose of makeup? Join us in conversation with makeup artist Ariane Poole who shares her view of why makeup is important. Enjoy the show!
When the mirror reveals that yet another day will pass with those horrendous dark circles under your eyes, you know it’s time to take the matter seriously. Join us in discussion with makeup artist Ariane Poole who is ready to share her secret on having a more vibrant and well-rested appearance. Enjoy the show!
We never think to combine cream with powder when we use blush, but is it possible? Join us in discussion with makeup artist Ariane Poole who is here to share her professional advice. Enjoy the show!
Our eyes are the windows to our souls. They are also one of the first things that people notice about us. As a result, there are millions of makeup products designed to make people’s eyes look brighter and fresher.
My husband will never understand how I can sit in front of the computer for hours at a time watching YouTube makeup videos. But as a makeup artist who specializes in working with women over 55, I find the product reviews offered by YouTubers to be helpful.
In today’s sequel article about “Tips, Tools and Makeup to Look Great in Glasses,” we’ll cover the best way to use concealer and a good way to apply foundation so it’s less likely to come off on your frames.