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BrettVanitymark BrettVanitymark 5 years
Yes, Ejnomad, less is more. I like the idea of bronzer as blush. My only concern is your not getting a colorful lift along with the bronze-y glow. For yellow undertones I like apricot/mango shades for blush. I know women aren't fans of peach tones but I use them all the time on my actresses and they are just so natural looking and flattering. To 'health up' your bronzer as blush trick, why not try a bronzing duo. Nars does a beautiful one that has a bronze side and a apricot/mango side. You'll use just a touch of the peach shade on the apples (after you've applied the bronzer). So pretty, trust! For women in their 40's and up I like to use tinted moisturizers, softer brow shades and juicy tones on lips and cheeks (avoid mauve or muddy tones)...this seems to work beautifully for Ms. Aniston! Hope that helps!
ejnomad ejnomad 5 years
I pretty much have followed your advice prior to reading the advice on makeup. I do, however, tend to wear a bronzer rather than blushes, because my skin has yellow undertones, not pink. Is this a mistake? I am in my 40's and noticed an elderly woman today wearing lots of makeup. While I think it's good she cares, the make up was way bright and wrong. Can you give tips to aging women? I want to look good at 80, not freaky.
Sadhie Sadhie 5 years
Hmmm, that was pretty helpful!
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