Stale Rule: Wearing a brighter color in makeup makes you look younger and healthier.
Fresh Idea: The truth is that too much color on your face usually makes you look older, not younger. Bright colors have a tendency to get stuck in the natural lines in all of our faces, leaving us looking matronly. Go for a more natural look, but try to avoid beige or brown in your lip and cheek colors. Remember the healthy glow you enjoyed when you were younger? Were your lips and cheeks were tinged with a natural pink or coral? Lightly applied, these colors can continue to enhance your current beauty.
Did you know that in 1957, Gala introduced the first lipstick in a tube? It’s also estimated that in that year, 90% of American women wore lipstick.
Jill Swanson, owner of Beauty Made Easy, image coach, style consultant,Christian speaker and the author of Simply Beautiful Inside & Out, Simply Scarves, and Simply Closets. Jill’s office is located in Rochester, MN.
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Jill is also part of the FYInspiration team, a member of NSA, and certified by AICI.