Makeup is an interesting cultural form. While it can improve certain aspects of our face and highlight the most flattering, sometimes it gives the impression that it is made by cultural pressures. Do we really need to put on makeup profusely? I have a beautiful friend with a very young face who has been spoiled since she did a professional makeup course. Now she is fully made up (base, concealer, shadow, mask, blush, false eyelashes, eye and eyebrow pencil) since the sun rises. What was a beautiful face now looks aged by the unnatural. As if that were not enough, he learned the technique of contouring and now hides his most interesting features and has a dumb doll face.
In short, makeup is something that can improve some things (I do not leave the house without lipstick for anything in the world) but perhaps it is better to take it easy. If we go more natural the difference between our face made up and not made up will be negligible, on the other hand, very young people do not put on much makeup.
1 Before the age of 20
You are very young, that means that you can play with an extreme makeup in some moments and move to another ultra natural in others and everyone will look good. At this point in your life your skin is beautiful, so you do not need to use bases that will only cover your natural freshness. For the day to day you do not need more mask on your eyelashes, perhaps a little blush and a delicate tone on the lips. For the evening you can play with a more accentuated makeup on the eyes or lips (not both simultaneously) to mark the transition. Remember that your natural skin tone is very beautiful, so do not try to cover it with makeup.
For the eyes we recommend that you start experimenting with shadows, pencils and colored mask. That will make you look youthful but with a twist. Cat’s eyes are perfect for this age, as they only fit young people well.
2 At 30
Your eyes are those of a woman who knows what she wants and they show it by showing herself as she is. I recommend that you do not avoid the mask to widen your eyes. You can play with pencils to highlight your eyes.
At this age women begin to apply more accentuated makeup to change the traits of them that they do not like. Actually, makeup should draw attention to your best features, not hide. You can use shadows so that there is focus on your beautiful eyes, use bolder lipsticks, try false eyelashes or semi-permanent eyelashes. The advantage of your age is that if you use semi-permanent eyelashes, it is most possible that just by using a little blush you will already look great. Remember that it is important to remove makeup well every night and use moisturizers day and night. It’s also time to start taking care of your eye contour.
3 At 40
This is the time to focus on luminosity. Your skin begins to lose freshness, your eyes are not as open as before and fine lines appear. Ideally, you should try to look younger and that is not achieved by covering the imperfections with makeup. Maybe your eyes look duller, so it wouldn’t hurt to use a shadow to illuminate them. You may have dark circles, which can be disguised with a light diffuser, no heavy products that age. Some women begin to use dark colored shadows to disguise wrinkles, only managing to harden their features. A good mask, a light eyeliner, a shade in natural colors will make you look great. Do not forget the blush or give color to your lips.
4 At 50
This is a delicate moment. Indeed women look better at makeup, but if they overdo it, they look older than they really are. Don’t forget the mascara on your eyelashes. Maybe it’s time to invest in semi-permanent eyelashes that give you an alert expression. Try not to use too much makeup on your eyes, because it accentuates wrinkles and the loss of firmness of your eyelids. At this time also the eyebrows become more scarce, be very careful with eyebrow tattoos, they do not usually look good and harden the features. Perhaps it is better to use a good eyebrow pencil in a natural shade. Now it is essential to blush and lipstick in a tone that cheers your face