This is Linda (Lin as I call her), lovely isn't she? She agreed to be my model for a post on tips or makeup application for women who were aging. Now, I want to say that bottom line as with anything, you do what makes you comfortable and makes you feel good. So you can take these tips or disregard them, it's all in how you want to look and what you're looking for. So with that out of the way I want to tell you a bit about Linda's skin. She tans very easily and works outside often, you should see her flowers, she has little to barely any wrinkles, no age spots, her skin has become a little dry on the nose and forehead through the years but that's about it. Her eyelid has become hooded somewhat but she has no under eye bags or circles. She really was an awesome model and her skin is very impressive.
So getting into some tips or things we discussed:
So those are my best tips I can give you. Be sure to blend your shadows, and your foundation. Make sure your face and neck are the same color. Find a lip color that looks the best and let that be your signature lip and as for the rest, practice makes perfect. I want to thank Lin for being my model, it wasn't even a task to do her makeup because she has such good features.
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I'm from Tennessee. I'm a makeup and skincare lover. I have always enjoyed creating looks but I love to help people with product knowledge and application even more. I've been able to do these things because God has seen fit to bless me with the opportunity.