New makeup trends constantly appear on TV and magazine covers. Despite makeup trends, there are a few constants.
"We've all seen overdone makeup. If you see makeup instead of yourself in the mirror, it's too much "Cindy Joseph, a supermodel-turned-makeup artist, founded BOOM!
As skin ages, fine lines and wrinkles appear, often due to dehydrated skin, says Collin Adams of Paul Labrecque Salon & Spa in Palm Beach, Florida.
Embellish Beauty owner Marcia Williams says women shouldn't have chose between sunscreen and glowing skin. Blending foundation with lightweight sunscreen will combat residue.
By 40, you may have acne scars, uneven spots, and dry, flaking skin. Primers are like wall spackle—they create a smooth base that keeps makeup from cracking.
Toss powder, which ages you. "Powder adds texture, looks cakey, and dulls skin. Dewy, touchable skin is alive ""Joseph," "Don't powder over foundation.
A thick layer of under-eye concealer will likely crack and cake, attracting more attention. Use a lightweight formula & a brush to avoid applying too much.