A Five Step Beauty Routine for Mature Skin
Age makes you wiser, but wisdom lines are the last thing you may want to see on your
face. Even though aging is a natural inevitable process, you do not have to live with aging
signs such as wrinkles and age spots. With proper skin care and an effective make-up
routine, you can erase years from your face and sport a radiant flawless complexion for
Contrary to popular belief, you do not have to stick to dark colors and heavy finishes.
Rather, you just need to update your beauty products and application techniques to reveal
a radiant and beautiful complexion. Little changes in your make-up routine can make a
world of difference in your appearance.
Four Step Beauty Routine for Mature Skin
Step 1: Start with Concealer
With age, your skin loses moisture, becomes dry and starts to sag. In addition, any
negligence in your skin care routine of the past will start to show on your skin in the form of
fine lines, freckles and age spots. The best way to camouflage all these imperfections is to
use a concealer.
Choose a concealer that matches your skin tone and dab it over trouble spots like under
your eyes, on blemishes and pigmentation spots. Glo Minerals presents Glo Concealer
Under Eye, a great concealer that hides dark under-eye circles and puffiness.
Step 2: Follow-Up with Foundation
Foundation is the best way to even out your skin tone. However, thick, matte foundation
only serves to make the skin appear drier and accentuates the appearance of wrinkles. You
should choose liquid or powder foundations according to your skin type and sapply it all
over your face. You can even use a foundation brush to make sure you get even coverage
Remember, choose a foundation that best matches your skin tone. If you apply a
foundation that is too light or too dark, it can give a very unnatural appearance to your face.
Glo Pressed Base Powder Foundation is a great choice.
Step 3: Apply Blush
Younger skin has a natural rosy tint to it. Unfortunately as we grow older, our natural skin
tone fades and leaves behind a dull and pale complexion. This is why women with mature
skin use blush. However, avoid choosing very dark colors as they make your skin look
older. Instead, choose a color that compliments your skin tone so that you have a natural
radiance on your face.
Use a blush brush and dab it over the blush cake. Then, apply it on the apples of your
cheeks using slow circular motions, blending up and out towards the hairline. Mature skin
tends to be on the drier side, so consider using gel and cream blushes that are more
moisturizing than powder blush. It gives you a natural dewy appearance.
Glo Minerals Glo Blush is available in a variety of colors like Hibiscus, Spice Berry, Sweet
and so on.
Step 4: Dress Up your Eyes
Eyes are the focal point of your face. With age, your eyes tend to sag and you may develop
fine lines around your eye contours. This is why you need to dress up your eyes and make
them look more bright and sparkling.
Start by applying a highlighter shade underneath your brow to brighten the eye area. You
can use shades like cream, white, pale pink or sand shades. Then brush a neutral, matte
shadow over the entire eyelid and follow it up by applying a deeper shadow in the crease.
This gives your eyes a deep intense appearance. Glo Eye Shadow Trio, is a three-shade
eye shadow pack that can instantly brighten up your eyes. Choose from among Natural,
Copper, Sandstone or Posh!
After this, use a gel or cream eye liner and line your eyes carefully. Finish it up with dark
brown or black mascara. Remember, your mascara should match with your hair color and
not with the shade of your eye shadow.
Step 5: Get Luscious Lips
Experimenting with lip color is a great way to change your look. However, make sure you
do it right. You can use a lipstick primer before applying color so that the shade stays in
place. You can even dab on some gloss in the center of your bottom lip for extra fullness.
Naomi Andrews is a professional esthetician and skin care expert with extensive
experience of working in spas and medical spas. She loves to research about the use &
effectiveness of professional skin care products and anti aging cosmetics.