3. Heavy Concealer. While you may want badly to cover up those dark circles, avoid applying concealer under you eyes or on blemishes that ends up being thick as concrete. Keep it light and always use a brush for application. Also make sure you keep under eye concealer on the dark circles only, and not under your entire eye.
6. Migrating Lipstick. Line your lips with a clear lip liner so your lipstick wont bleed into the wrinkles and skin around your lips when applied. This is even a good tip if you wear a dark lip gloss or lip stain.
7. Bright Colors. Steer clear of super bright lipsticks and blush. While the colors are alluring in their bottles and compacts, they attract a lot of attention to the areas they are applied, and should be used sparingly, if at all. For blush a neutral rose shade looks good on everyone, and for lips consider switching from a lipstick to a sheer gloss for a fuller pout.
8. Lower Lash Mascara. Applying mascara to your lower lashes will draw attention to wrinkles and dark circles. Instead, apply a full and thick mascara to your top lashes in the blackest black. Don’t forget to curl your upper lashes as well, lashes that are up and out of your eyes make you look much more awake and vibrant.
9. Eyeliner On Lower Lash Line. The same thing applies to eye liner on your lower lash line, it draws attentions to dark circles and crows feet. Apply it on the upper lids and make the line thicker toward the outer corners like a “cat-eye” to give your eye a more wide open look.
10. Shimmery Shadow. Shimmer is very pretty and keeps eye shadows from looking too stark. However, keep the sparkle and shimmer to the inner corners of your eyes, the center of your lids and just on the brow bones. Anything glittery or shimmery on the outter corners draws attention to wrinkles.