Makeup can help hide imperfections and age spots, but the using the wrong kind can make you look older. For example, some heavy foundations and powders can settle into the wrinkles around your eyes and mouth, accentuating fine lines. Swap your foundation for a lighter formula or tinted moisturizer that will provide coverage while enhancing your skin's luminosity. Make your eyes pop in the morning by lining the inside rims of your lower lids with a white eyeliner pencil (this is an old Hollywood trick! Check out more expert beauty tips here). Finally, use facial blotting tissues that will soak up excess oil without smearing or ruining your look.
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Find out how to limit the damage of the elements that wreak havoc on your skin
Find out how to limit the damage from these common factors that can make you look older.