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Saturday, November 27, 2010

Look Younger

Warming up your hair color surely helps. Ashy tones are the biggest enemy as you get older. If you don't want to hide your gray, try a few warm highlights around your face.
Blondes should go more golden; brunettes should try warm, caramel tones.
For gray coverage, use a permanent dye in warm color one or two shades lighter than your natural pregray shade.

Don't get stuck in no man's land. Hair with an awkward length without a descernible style is not flattering. An easy-to-style cropped cut, a bob that's chin length or longer hair with layers are highly recommended.

Style your hair so it frames your face if you have short hair. For longer hair, bangs are the way to go.

Go exfoliate your skin. Removing the top layer of dead skin cells reveals the younger-looking skin beneath.
Keep your hands gorgeous with creams that contain sunscreens and ingredients to improve texture.

Go to the pros. They have tons of ways to make you look younger and many are less expensive and less invasive than you might think.

Try prescription-strength retinoids that can boost collagen production and diminish wrinkles. it can also help fade the spots that appear as you grow older.

Use a light touch on make ups. The lesser you put, the better you look. Try a tinted moisturizer instead.

Stay away from too much powder as it can accentuate wrinkles. Cream eye shadow and blush formulas are more flattering on mature skin.

Stop wearing browns, - brighten up! A pop color takes years off. Pink for cheeks and lavender or olive-gold for eyes are highly recommended.