Makeup for Mature Woman
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- Lots of useful video tutorials on creating perfect makeup for the mature woman!
- Easy tips and tricks will give your skin youthful beauty!
- Keep up with the latest trends and stay modern woman no matter how old you are!
Many of us had a grandmother, aunt, or family friend who thought life after 50 meant wearing so much makeup it was scary: heavy black eyeliner, powder foundation that highlighted wrinkles and creases, splotches of color on each cheek and red, red lipstick. That is the extreme, of course, but you get the idea!
Turning fifty doesn’t mean you begin coming apart at the seams and looking like your grandma! (Unless you want to, of course! Maybe your grandma was one of those sexy fifty or sixty-somethings!) Nor does it mean you keep on doing the same things with your makeup that you have done since you were 21. There are good and bad examples all around us of what works for baby boomer women and what doesn’t. The key is to be observant and honest with ourselves when it comes to our own appearance, and staying abreast of the latest makeup tips for women over 50.
Less is more when it comes to many facets of aging…everything from our changing shape, to thinning or fine hair, and how we apply makeup is no exception.
Skin goes through a lot of changes as you age -- while you may not have had acne, dry skin or skin diseases in the past, it's possible to develop these conditions as your skin matures.
Menopause can make women more prone to breakouts -- pores enlarge during this time, making it easier for them to become clogged with sebum and dead skin and cause acne. Women with naturally oily skin may experience more breakouts during menopause than women with normal or dry skin. Hormone fluctuations during menopause can also cause an increase in facial hair in women, which is harmless but may make women feel self-conscious.
Dry skin can also be an issue for people with mature skin, especially in the winter. Itchiness and dry skin patches are a common occurrence -- about 85 percent of older people develop a condition called "winter itch," which occurs when dry indoor heat or cold outdoor temperatures make skin particularly dry and itchy. Using an intensive moisturizer may help ward off dry, flaky skin.
Skin conditions such as eczema, rosacea and keratoses can also develop in old age. In fact, there are certain types of eczema that appear only in people between the ages of 55 and 65. If you have concerns about your skin and any new textures or growths, talk to your dermatologist.
Aging can have some great benefits. You can gain valuable life experience, make some wonderful memories and maybe even spoil your grandchildren one day. But one downside to aging is looking your age -- changing skin is an unavoidable part of growing older. However, you can slow -- or sometimes even reverse -- the signs of aging skin with a few simple changes to your daily skin care routine.
As you age, your skin loses its elasticity, becomes more fragile and appears thin and dull. Wrinkles, fine lines, age spots and growths, such as skin tags and warts, can also become more common. Changes in your skin are a natural part of aging, but you may be looking for ways to slow this process and keep your skin looking young and healthy.
The good news is that there are many ways you can help prevent the signs of aging by altering your skin care routine and making some simple lifestyle changes. Certain environmental factors increase the signs of aging, and learning how to modify your daily routine to avoid these conditions can help your skin exponentially.
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