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By Samantha Roberts

Even if you are feeling older than you are, you don’t have to look it! Instead, take advantage of these great makeup tips that can boost what Mother Nature has already given you and drop a few years off the way your face looks!

1. Daily SPF Moisturizer

Not only do you want to make sure you moisturize your skin, but you want to protect it from the damage that the sun can do. Even if you think you aren’t exposed to too much sun, sunscreen isn’t just for the beach! The walking you do in the parking lot between your car and work, the time you spend in the car, and even the sun’s rays that come in through the windows when you are inside can all negatively affect the way your skin ages. So use an SPF of at least 15 in your daily moisture regimen.

2. Makeup With A Yellow Tint

What? You don’t want to look yellow do you? The good news that yellow tinted makeup doesn’t actually make you look yellow. In reality, it simply adds a bit of warmth to your skin which you may need if your face is aging. Rather than looking haggard, you’ll look like you have a bit of a glow!

3. Bone Structure

As we get older, we often lose some of the distinctness of the features we once had. But, the good news, is that we can learn to play up the benefits we do have by accenting our bone structure. Try a bit of bronzer or blusher to focus on a chiseled jawline or strong cheekbones.

4. Night Cream

The one time that you don’t need sunscreen is when you are sleeping. Use a different moisturizer for night-time—one that is super creamy. This one doesn’t need to be applied under your makeup so it can be extra generous to your skin. Of course, you need to wash it off in the morning before starting over with your daily skin care regimen.

5. Drop the Dry Powder

Moisture, moisture, moisture! The key to looking younger is to play up what your skin needs, which is….moisture. While you might have needed a dry powder to soak up extra oil when you were younger, now it may only serve to fill in crevices and make you look older. Instead go for a liquid foundation that has a powdery finish to keep your skin looking supple and air-brushed.

6. Eyeshadow Base

If you even have a hint of a crease or droop in your eyelids, your eyeshadow may be accentuating this by falling into the cracks. This can be avoided by using an eyeshadow base. This cream coating will help to provide a blank palette on which you can apply your eyeshadow without making it look smudgy or creating larger cracks and crevices.

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