Eye Makeup Tips for over 50’s


When it comes to eye makeup for individuals over 50, the goal is to enhance the natural beauty while also considering the changes that may occur with age. Here are some tips and techniques to consider:

  1. Moisturize and Prime: Begin with a hydrating eye cream to moisturize the delicate skin around the eyes. Follow up with a primer specifically designed for the eye area to create a smooth canvas for makeup application.
  2. Conceal Dark Circles: Use a lightweight, creamy concealer to brighten and cover any dark circles or discoloration around the eyes. Opt for a shade that matches your skin tone and blend it gently with your ring finger.
  3. Avoid Heavy Eyeshadow: Overly dark or heavy eyeshadow can make the eyes appear smaller. Instead, choose softer, neutral tones that complement your eye color. Earthy tones like taupe, beige, and soft browns work well. Matte finishes are generally more flattering than shimmery or metallic shadows.
  4. Enhance the Crease: As we age, the crease area may become less defined. Use a matte medium-toned shadow to lightly define the crease, creating dimension and depth. Blend it well for a seamless look.
  5. Eyeliner: Opt for a softer eyeliner shade, such as dark brown or charcoal, instead of intense black. Apply it close to the lash line to create the appearance of fuller lashes. For a more natural look, smudge the liner slightly with a smudging brush.
  6. Define Lashes: Curling your lashes opens up the eyes and makes them appear more youthful. Apply a lengthening or volumizing mascara to the upper lashes, focusing on the roots to add lift. Avoid applying mascara to the lower lashes, as it can draw attention to any fine lines or wrinkles.
  7. Eyebrows: As we age, eyebrows may thin out or become lighter. Fill in any sparse areas with a brow pencil or powder in a shade that matches your natural brow color. Use short, feathery strokes to mimic the appearance of hair for a more natural look.
  8. Highlight: Add a touch of luminosity to the inner corner of the eyes and just beneath the brow bone with a subtle, light-reflecting highlighter. This can help brighten the eyes and give a more youthful appearance.

Remember, these are general tips, and everyone’s preferences and features are unique. Feel free to experiment with different techniques and adapt them to your personal style and comfort.


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