All Done Up: Makeup for Mature Skin

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Age brings about several changes to skin, including the appearance of wrinkles and other age-related blemishes, loss of elasticity, a shift in tone and texture, and more. Makeup’s adhesion to skin also evolves. So, even if you have applied your makeup the same way since college, there are a few things to be mindful of as you age. And no matter your age, these tips will help you feel confident and beautiful.

A good skin care routine is vital to perfect makeup application, and the best way to maintain the look, feel, and overall health of skin as you age is to keep it well-hydrated. As you get older, skin’s ability to hold on to moisture decreases, so it is best to use a thick moisturizer before putting on makeup. It helps keep skin looking supple and prevents skin care products from clogging fine lines.
Make sure the moisturizer you choose contains elements that hydrate, revitalize, and mend skin, such as glycerin, hyaluronic acid, and ceramides. In addition, everyone should use a moisturizer with sun protection factor, regardless of age or skin type.

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Beauty scientist, Chicago native, wife, and mother, Victoria “Tori” Prince is a highly sought-after licensed aesthetician, international educator, continuing education sponsor, and the creative founder and CEO of Tori Prince Beauty, LLC and the Chicago Skin Lab. As a self-care expert, Prince wholeheartedly believes in building self-esteem by prioritizing self-care in one’s everyday lifestyle. Her favorite service to perform is customized corrective skin care treatments because it allows her to personalize each service to her clients’ needs while practicing the art of aesthetic and cosmetic science. Tori Prince Beauty provides refined products and services that transform clients’ skin and wellness from the inside out while coaching industry experts to encourage proper understanding and representation of women of color within the beauty and skin care industry.


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