As we age, our organs begin to fail. While most of us are busy taking care of our internal organs, we all tend to ignore or forget about the largest organ of the body, the skin. It begins to sag, wrinkle, and show other signs of age. Did you know that people with gray hair should avoid the sun as much as possible? Or that people with wrinkled skin should stay away from powder? Let’s read all about the various beauty tips that will keep you young.
Avoid Using Powder As Much As Possible
It may seem counterintuitive to avoid powder, especially if you have oily skin. However, the powder can settle into fine lines, making wrinkles more apparent. It can also make pores more visible and make your complexion appear duller.
Moisturized skin looks more youthful, so a little shine can actually have a more glowy, natural appeal. If the shine is just too much, stick to just powdering the forehead, cheeks, and chin where oil tends to collect the most.
Fill In The Eyebrows
Thin eyebrows have come in and out of style, but it’s best to lean toward thicker eyebrows in older age. That’s because thick eyebrows help to shape the face and give a more youthful appearance.
If your eyebrows will no longer grow back thick, you can fill them in with makeup or use a growth serum to help them fill back in. You can also try brow tinting to fill them in temporarily.