What the heck have I gotten myself into?
Those were the words that went through my mind when I first sat down with professional makeup artist, Ariane Poole, to record a series of makeup for older women video tutorials.
Finding good advice on how to apply makeup for older women is a challenge. So, since this is a topic that many women in the community have asked me about, I turned to celebrity makeup artist, Ariane Poole for some advice.
Welcome to Part 2 of Millionaire Skincare! As I discussed in the previous article, there’s a whole new world of skincare out there. It’s fun and it’s affordable with new formulations and innovative, targeted products.
A variety of brushes and other make-up applicators can help us apply makeup with more precision and subtlety. They can have a considerable impact on the way we look and investing in a set of superior quality brushes is a wonderful idea. It’s also economical in the long run.
It’s undeniable that there is a different set of makeup rules that apply to women in their twenties as opposed to those of us in our sixties (or older). But when applying our daily makeup, we all know that old habits can die hard.
Wearing and experimenting with makeup is one of the great perks of being a woman. After all, makeup has the ability to transform our appearance, boost our confidence and allow us to enhance our natural beauty.
It is a well-known fact that eyebrows truly create the foundation for your face. Eyebrows frame and give your face definition. They may be one of the most important factors to creating a perfectly made-up face.
When applying makeup, there are a few features that most women hope to accentuate with their application. Creating the appearance of big, wide-open eyes is commonly a makeup goal for women of all ages.
A person’s eyes are often the first feature that gets noticed. Knowing that, it makes sense that finding ways to enhance and beautify the eyes is important to many women!
For those of us in our 60s, we often begin to encounter some physical changes to our facial features, especially involving our eyes. When it comes to noticeable signs of aging, the eye area tends to be a dead giveaway.