For older women who prefer to stick to a beauty regimen that includes makeup, there are plenty of tips from beauty gurus that can help. One of the goals is to keep the skin looking youthful and natural.
We are sure you’ve seen tutorials and makeovers that gave mature women the radiant youthfulness they wanted. Now, you get to see a before-and-after of one mom whose daughter is a makeup artist.
A Reddit user who goes by the tag “makeupformermaids” posted a photo on the site showing the results of a makeover she did on her mother. The compliments came pouring in and so did the questions about how she achieved such a beautiful glow. Most of all, Mom loved it!
The original poster shared that her mom’s usual routine consists of green mascara and eyeliner, a tinted SPF, and a pinch of concealer. The lashes in the “after” photo were a new addition. But check out how flattering her look is; it’s stunning!
After being inundated with requests for consultations and this makeover’s how-to, makeupformermaids posted this:
Base: Lots of Charlotte Tilbury Magic Cream Mac Strobe in Peachlite Nyx Poreless Primer just around the eyes, chin and nose Bobbi Brown foundation (Porcelain and Warm Beige mixed) Concealed with the Bobbi Brown BBU palette Mac Prep and Prime Translucent Powder
Eyes: Mac In The Flesh palette and the other cool toned neutral palette I forget the name of! Eylure Lashes (I think #100) Wunder Eye pencil in brown
Blush: Ben Nye Blush palette (lots of pink and coral to balance out the sallowness in her skin)
Highlight: Illamasqua OMG
Contour: Illamasqua Gel Sculpt Charlotte Tilbury Filmstar Bronze and glow
Brows: Mac Lingering
Lips: Charlotte Tilbury lipliner in Pillowtalk Mac custom lipstick mixed from pro palettes (I used 3 or 4 peach, pink and nude shades to get this colour)
Although this talented artist does not have a YouTube channel yet, you can check out her work on Instagram at @callistalorian. She works on private clients as well as the TV industry, but that doesn’t mean some of you can recreate this look at home.
It is recommended that older women remember to use makeup that hydrates, protects from the elements, and accentuates their natural features. Experts say to use a BB (beauty balm) cream, as it is lightweight and will even out the complexion.
For correcting heavier imperfections, a CC (color correcting) cream can also be included in kit. CC cream is used to disguise dark circles, dark spots, acne scars, and sun spots. It even helps reduce the appearance of fine lines. Both types of creams can be found for all skin shades.
Before applying any makeup, ladies should exfoliate to remove any dead skin and then follow that up with a moisturizing product. Choose color palettes that are soft and subtle so they complement your skin tone and features. And like makeupformermaids, define what makes you pop, like your eyes, lips, and cheekbones.
What do you think of this makeover? Are you an older woman who wants to switch up her makeup routine too?