Why do women over 40 find wearing eyeliner makeup difficult? Maybe there is too much conflicting information about this topic and it's become too complicated!
Well I think a little eyeliner - applied correctly - can enhance mature eyes and make them look lively again.
I love wearing eyeliner! But when you’re over 40 it can be tricky. And while there are hundreds of makeup artists who tell you the wrong and right way to apply it........
I don't like to follow someone else's rules. I do what works best for me.
I think eyeliner looks sexy! If you agree, then try some of these tips..................
Here are some eyeliner makeup tips to consider...........
Can't use eyeliner because it accentuates wrinkles and dark circles around the eyes?
This is the perfect cream to use as an eyeliner makeup highlighter or on your eyebrows, cheeks, lips.....etc....
It's the "Any Wear" makeup cream and is waterproof, smudge proof and comes in several different colors. Here I'm wearing Golden Caramel on my upper and lower eyelids.
It's the perfect way to accent your eyes without dark or harsh eyeliner makeup.
Pefect if you have lines or crinkly skin around the eyes - because it only draw attention to your eyes - not your wrinkles! Also, if you have sagging skin around the eyes and find your makeup smears and smudges..............................This one WON'T!
You can also use the Any Wear cream anywhere on the face.....as an eyeshadow, eyeliner, cheek highlighter, face contour, blush, and lip color. And, it comes in 8 gorgeous colors.
Another eyeliner makeup trick for mature eyes that really works to brighten and open them up is applying a bit creamy white eyeliner inside or under the lower eyelids.
There are many ways to apply white eyeliner, but here is what I like to do................
After moisturizing and applying sunscreen, foundation or bb cream, run a cream colored-white eyeliner pencil either inside the lower eyelid or right under the eyelash line - outside of the eyelid.
Play around with this to see which one works best for you. Some women find that applying white eyeliner to only the inside 1/3 of the eyelid works best.....don't draw the eyeliner all the way out to the outside corners of the eye.
Then apply a dark eyeliner pencil to the upper eyelid (inside the water line). The beauty of this is sometimes a little bit of dark color transfers to your lower eyelids and highlights the eyes without looking too harsh.
But for a more dramatic look, you can run a dark eyeliner pencil to the outer 1/3 corners of the lower eyelids. As explained above.....
Finally finish with your mascara. If your eyes are really puffy, skip the mascara on the bottom lashes.
This is my favorite "go to" highlighter. I smudge a bit into the inner corners of my eyes and above my eyebrows. It's called the Power Lift Highlighter Crayon.
One end contains a matte highlighter and the other end a pearlescent highlighter. It seems to blend well with all skin tones and brightens the whole upper part of the face.
And because it's a crayon, it just "melts" right into your skin - so it does NOT accentuate fine lines and crepiness.
I LOVE this crayon!!! See before and after pics at Beauty Tips for Aging Eyes
Personally, I find most gel or liquid eyeliners difficult to use and looks too dramatic for everyday wear.
But, I'll use them from time to time for a special evening look.
If you are a fan of gel or liquid eyeliners, I did find one brand that works well and is easy to apply.
If you're interested and would like tips on how to apply gel liners, check out the video below.
To get the best look for your eyes, you really need to play around and experiment with different types of eyeliner makeup to see what works for you.
Hopefully at the end of the day you’ll find the best combination of eyeliner makeup tips that'll make your eyes just pop!
Also, head over to Best Eyeliners for Aging Eyes to find some favorite eyeliners that work well on wrinkled eyelids and tips for tired looking eyes.
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