A Don’t Forget About Your Eyebrows

Eyebrows also thin with age. Eyebrow fillers can make your eyebrows more natural looking and fuller. Try filling them in using eyebrow pencils or powdered eyebrow filler.

B Maintain A Healthy Lifestyle

A healthy lifestyle will help keep your skin radiant. Drink plenty of water to keep your skin and body hydrated. Avoid junk food and unhealthy fats, oils and sugar.

Keep a regular exercise routine and avoid destructive habits like smoking and excessive alcohol consumption. Staying up late is also a no-no if you want to keep that radiant look.

C Exercise Daily & Sleep 6-8 Hours A Night

Due to our busy schedules, many of us just don’t have the time to exercise regularly and this is a huge part of feeling younger as we age. Find 30 minutes a day to go for a nice walk or do light weights.

Also, be sure to get the proper amount of sleep. A good nights rest can do wonders on your mind and fight that fatigued appearance.  Many physicians recommend at least 8 hours of rest which includes REM sleep (the best kind of sleep).

D Less Is More When It Comes To Makeup

Less is more when it comes to applying makeup as you age. Don’t go overboard with makeup when you’re older because it will only hide your true beauty instead of accentuating your features.

Adding excessively heavy pigmented eye makeup can add years to your face and magnify crow’s feet and fine lines. Choose neutral shades like browns, beiges, and earth tones.


E Apply A Daily Anti-Wrinkle Moisturizer

Experts Say, “Take care of your wrinkles now. The problem only gets worse as time goes


F Brighten Key Areas & Sculpt Your Cheeks

This instantly enhances your features. Brush on a shade that is two shades lighter than your own. Don’t forget to do the top of your nose too!

Make a fish face and, using a narrow brush for precise placement, sweep a matte powder bronzer that’s two shades darker than your skin back and forth only in the hollows. Don’t blend it all the way to your hairline.