Put on Anti-Aging Cream
Start by putting on anti-aging cream. This cream will help to reduce your wrinkles and prevent new wrinkles from forming. Cream is an integral part of an anti-aging routine.
Use Moisturizer with SPF
Next, you should put on your moisturizer. Dehydration in your skin can make more wrinkles and fine lines appear, which is why you should always put a hydrating skincare product on your face. You should also try to use a moisturizer that will protect your skin from the sun. Sun damage is the number one cause of wrinkles. Even if you’re only planning on spending a short amount of time outdoors, you should still protect your skin from UV ray damage.
Use Silicone Primer and Sheer Hydrating Foundation
Now that your skin is hydrated and you’ve applied your anti-aging cream, you can begin applying your makeup. You should always start with a silicone primer. Primer will soften your wrinkles, and the silicone will fill in your fine lines and hide any uneven skin texture.
After putting on primer, you should apply sheer foundation. Steer clear of heavy matte foundations, because these can make your skin look older. Sheer foundation works better for reducing the appearance of wrinkles. You should also try to use foundation that will hydrate your skin. Try getting a foundation made with glycerin, sodium hyaluronate, or petrolatum.
Put on a Light Layer of Powder and Cream Blush
Powder is helpful for setting your makeup, but if you use too much of it, it can make your wrinkles stand out. To prevent this from happening, apply only a light coating of powder. After using the powder, put cream blush on your cheeks. Cream blush will give your skin a natural, youthful look.
Focus on your Eyes
To draw attention away from your wrinkles, you should highlight your eyes. Use black or brown mascara and eyeliner, and use matte eyeshadow in neutral colors. Matte eyeshadow will hide fine lines around the eyelids.
Keep your Lips from Smudging
If your lipstick smudges, it can bleed into the fine lines around your lips. To keep your lipstick where it’s supposed to be, start by lining your lips with a pencil that’s the same color as your lips. Then, put on your lipstick. Finish by putting just a small amount of sheer gloss over your lipstick. This will help keep your lipstick where it belongs all day long.