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At nearly 65 years old, I am starting to wear lipstick. As I age, to my dismay, I find that my lip and skin coloring are fading. One day the mauve blush I have worn for more than twenty years looks good and the next time I buy it my skin has changed so much the same blush color makes me look like a harlot.
So we asked experts Janet Muggivan Founder of Beauty Dossier and make-up artist Liz Kelsh to reveal their top lipstick tips, especially for older ladies. As you age, your lips can lose fullness and form a thinner appearance. To keep them in good condition, Janet recommends using a hydrating lip balm liberally.
And one of the most notable areas where this occurs is around your mouth. Those fine lines and wrinkles that crop up around your lips can have a big effect on your overall appearance! All it takes is a little know how, and keeping a few clever tricks up your sleeve! But do
A bright pop of color on your lips is a fun way to boost your confidence, and the best lipsticks for women over 50 will do just that. Applying a fresh coat often gives you an "I can do anything" feeling, and lipstick has long been a staple in makeup collections and handbags. According to Statistainroughly
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Gone are the days when we could just whip on a lipstick and run out the door. With the good fortune, wisdom. Need help in that department?
It happens to every woman: Lips become thinner as you get older, and you may develop fine lines around your mouth. Lip injections are one way to keep your kisser looking plump. But there are also a few simple lipstick, gloss, and liner tricks that'll keep your lips looking younger and fresher.
FROM the silver screen to the catwalks of London Fashion Week, there is one beauty look that is always on trend: red lips. Worn by actresses including Helen Mirren, 71, and Susan Sarandon, 69, time and time again red lipstick is the trend of choice for the A-list on the red carpet. Yet by avoiding the shade completely, are older women missing out?
A splash of lippie can do wonders for your face, adding warmth and giving your overall makeup look a chic, polished feel in seconds. Beauty vlogger and founder of Look Fabulous Forever Tricia Cusden says lipstick is particularly important for mature women, as it adds much-needed colour to pale lips and gives definition back to the mouth. However, while lipstick can make you look lovely, if applied incorrectly it can also be ageing — the opposite effect to what most of us are trying to achieve. With that in mind, we asked Tricia to talk us through the main lipstick mistakes she sees older women make — plus what to do instead!