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That response indicates how much older women appreciate a beauty education that specifically addresses their needs. In researching this piece, I was shocked to notice the glaring exclusion of women over 40 in the beauty space—an industry so tied to aging. It's a counterintuitive approach, vying for the attention of women who want to smooth fine lines and treat wrinkles but completely erasing them from ad campaigns and media materials. You see, most women aren't taught to replace the techniques they learned in middle school with ones that are better suited for their current age.
No one talks about applying makeup to a face that isn't naturally plump, tight, and line-free.
It's yet another benchmark in a society so obsessed with glorifying youth and casting women past a certain age aside. Robinson wrote a book called Toss the Gloss ," Jahns told me. She feels there aren't a whole lot of products that meet her strict criteria for cosmetics that flatter the color and texture of older skin.
She feels the answer is that most men running the major beauty corporations think we've lost it at 50 and aged out of their makeup market. They need to wake up and realize that we're worth their investment. And with that, Jahns detailed helpful makeup tips, tricks, and techniques for women over Discover them for yourself, below.
Meet the Expert. But we should also begin to fill in sparse hairs —especially the 'tails. Put a medium to dark tone high enough so that these shadows can be seen above 'hooded' eye areas. It also helps to make a backward seven shape at the outer area of the eye to lift the eye.
Not choosing bright enough lipstick colors with luminosity can be a mistake—the color and shine will flatter your lips and keep them hydrated," says Jahns. But eyeliner gives wonderful definition to the eyes," says Jahns, who recommends using an eyeliner that has a smudging tool or use a Q-tip to smudge the line to give a softer look— that way, you can get away with a line that isn't as perfect. The brush makes application far easier and the result is a pretty, soft look.
I usually recommend a darker brown on the top lid and a lighter brown applied only to the outer third of the bottom lashline. The application process is just as important as the products themselves. Before putting on lipstick, I recommend using foundation or concealer with the lips stretched wide when applying around the mouth area to provide a barrier. Using a lip liner and applying a very light application of powder can also be helpful," she says. Use a small circular motion with your eye shadow brush to ensure the shadow is on the eyelid skin evenly. A windshield wiper motion can sometimes miss areas of the lid where there is some crepeiness.
Powder can settle in fine lines and emphasize those lines and any crepeiness we may have in our eye areas. It can also look splotchy and uneven," says Jahns. They're also pretty mistake-proof. It's easy to start with a small dab and gradually build to a soft, light color that is flattering. The best part? It can be used on lips, cheeks, and eyes. Though any product is fair game to use at any age, certain formulas do complement your skin better as it ages. Mascaras, eyeliners, and eye shadows can pose problems for more sensitive eyes.
The sheer of products each makeup company has can feel Looking for 40 White Woman and intimidating, so ask for samples at makeup counters—look for someone who's roughly your age as they'll likely have experienced some of the same challenges.
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Updated on Sep 09, Reviewed by Jaleesa Jaikaran. Reviewed by Jaleesa Jaikaran on Sep 08, Jaleesa Jaikaran is a New York-based makeup artist who specializes in the transformative powers makeup can have. Don't Forget About Your Eyebrows.
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