Looking younger is the main beauty goal of most women once they get into their 30s. Everywhere you turn are new products and information geared toward turning back the clock. Here, we narrow it all down to the essential secrets of looking younger.
Look younger with these beauty tips
Be sun smart every day.
You've heard it before, but we're going to remind you again: Sun protection is the most important thing you can do for your skin. Put on sunscreen every day (even when it's cloudy), wear sunglasses, and if you're going to be outside in the sun for long periods, wear a hat.
This essential step sloughs away dead skin that can clog pores and give your complexion a dull, tired look. The result: smoother, fresher, younger-looking skin.
Try a luminizing foundation.
The light-reflecting particles typically found in luminizing products boost brightness and give skin a dewy finish and subtle glow.
Go for a faux glow.
Use a moisturizer with self-tanner to give skin a gradual, slight glow, or simply dust a little bronzer onto your face to brighten your complexion.moisturizer for the best effects.
Use a serum.
Serums boast higher concentrations of active ingredients, maximumizing their hydration and healing properties. Wear a serum under moisturizer for the best effects.
Switch to cream blush.
Powder can settle into fine lines, which only accentuates them. Instead, opt for a cream blush, which is typically sheer and easier to blend, giving your skin a much more natural-looking glow. You'll look like you've just come back from a brisk walk or, better yet, a quick romp with your man, rather than like you just applied blush.
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REMEMBER: To achieve younger looking skin avoid the sun and tan skin with a tinted moisturizer instead. For more youthful skin, exfoliate only once a week and switch to a cream blush to eliminate powdered products from settling in fine lines and wrinkles.
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