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3 Tips to Look Younger Using Makeup

Aging has its ups: experience, confidence, stability.  However, what we consider positive character traits don’t always translate so well on the complexion level.  Smile lines we’ve earned through a lifetime of laughter suddenly seem burdensome, something to be covered up.  While we shouldn’t hide who we are on the inside, no one can fault us for wanting to shed a few years off our look.  And with today’s multitasking makeup, dialing back the clock has never been easier.3 Tips to Look Younger with Makeup

Less is More

You don’t need a ton of foundation to get a younger-looking complexion.  A lightweight natural foundation like Pur Minerals 4-in-1 Pressed Mineral Makeup can give you the coverage you want without weighing you down.  Plus, it uses their proprietary Ceretin Complex—an exclusive blend of anti-aging retinol and super-hydrating ceramides—to correct the look of imperfections.  For darks spots and blemishes, Disappearing Act conceals and corrects with a concentrated blend of Ceretin Complex, brightening waltheria extract and clarifying salicylic acid.

Open Your Eyes

Nowhere is your age more apparent than your eyes.  Turn back time by making your eyes look bigger.  Use an eyelash curler to add shape and extension, and line your upper lash line with a brown eyeliner, like Hidden Treasure, for a soft yet sophisticated look.  Don’t be afraid to try a subtle “winged” liner look.

Brighten Up

As we age, our skin loses its ability to reflect light.  Reenergize it with a sheer tinted hydrator like 4-in-1 Mineral Tinted Moisturizer, and counteract age-related dullness with lightly shimmering blush and eye shadows. This all-purpose hydrator, primer and sheer foundation also protects against age-accelerating UV rays with SPF 20.  And like all Pur products, it contains no harsh chemical dyes, fragrance, parabens or pore-clogging petroleum oils, so it’s great for all skin types.

   


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