To have glowing skin, you don't need ten skincare products; in fact, you only need three.
The most effective active substances for your skin are oil soluble vitamin C (not soluble in water like l-ascorbic acid), retinol or the antioxidant vitamin A, and hyaluronic acid.
Discoloration around the eyes is one of the most visible signs of aging. However, using a concealer with a heavy consistency may set in fine creases and age you.
If you use black liquid liner around your eyes over the age of 60, you will look like an overdone streetwalker or a breathtakingly elegant movie actress, with little wiggle room in between.
Use highlighter that is one to two shades lighter than your skin tone, but no lighter. If the contrast between your skin tone is too great, you will appear strange.
I'm not a fan of unusual (which is always a good perspective to have if you're a cosmetic artist), so make sure you're using the proper hue.
Glamorous makeup does not have to be heavy, overdone, or out of date. It can be attractive and youthful, bringing out your finest and most youthful features!
And, if you're a faery that strews glitter everywhere, consider adding a splash of color and some silver glitter to help you along. Are you willing to give it a shot?