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1. Applying Blush Incorrectly WRONG: Applying blush too far below the cheekbone. This makes your eyes appear lower, 2. Caking on Foundation WRONG: Putting on more than one layer of foundation or putting it on too heavily. If you have on 3. Skipping Moisturizer WRONG: Foregoing your. 5 Beauty mistakes that are aging you Bold lips and bold eyes.

We love a great bold eye or lip here at LovingYou, but we also know the two looks don’t exactly Liner lineup. Lots of ladies can get away with popping on a bit of black eyeliner on their top lids and skipping the Too long hair. 5 Beauty Mistakes That Are Aging You 1. You aren’t taking care of your skin This is number one because I can’t stress this enough. Seriously.

A good skin 2. You’re wearing the wrong makeup and clothing colors It’s more and more important as we leave our 30s, 40s, etc. 3. Your teeth are stained My. Your beauty routine may be on fleek by most accounts, but what if we told you there’s a chance a few slipups could be making you look older? From applying too much makeup to neglecting SPF, we share five common beauty mistakes that could make you.

11. Not using anti-aging creams This one is a bonus for you. The anti-aging creams work best before your skin starts aging.

So use the anti-wrinkle cream before the wrinkles start appearing. Best time to use anti-aging cream is in your late 20s. If you are older than that then go grab your anti-aging cream now. Try to go for some organic brands. These are the top skincare, hair care, and makeup mistakes that are secretly making you look older.

Skincare Mistake #1: Not wearing SPF every. single. day. This should go without saying. 5 Beauty Mistakes That Age You 10 Years. These little habits aren’t doin’ you justice. makeup artist Lavonne points out the ways you’re aging yourself—and gives you quick fixes for how to stop. 5 Skin Care Mistakes That Are Aging You 1. NOT WEARING SUNSCREEN.

It’s a beauty tip that is so over-emphasized we almost take it for granted. But the proof is 2. BEING TOO ROUGH ON YOUR SKIN. Our facial skin is fragile, particularly the. Makeup can do many things.

It can boost confidence, it can cover up blemishes or flaws, it can truly enhance your own natural beauty. And that’s why we love it. But with a heavy hand or the wrong shade, it can have adverse effects and actually make you look older than you are. 5 Mistakes That Are Aging Your Face 5 Mistakes That Are Aging Your Face Of all the places on your body, you face can truly show your age if you don’t take steps to keep your skin healthy.

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Acne, wrinkles, sagging, sunburn, blackheads, dryness, rosacea, eczema, psoriasis, seborrhea, dry patches, swelling, and allergies, not to mention our concepts of beauty, are most evident on the face.

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How to look young longer: from cleansing to cosmetic surgery: a guide for women who care about their skin / Adrianna Scheibner.East Roseville, N.S.W.: Simon & Schuster Australia, 1991.

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Forehead lines and periorbital fine wrinkles are alleviated; in addition, lip shape and fullness and the overall appearance of aging skin are improved.

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  • Hi, I have just discovered you and now I feel like a teenager scrolling through all of your different exercises, make up tips and many others. During the five minute daily stretch I nearly cried at the end because I did feel safe. Thank you

  • I am 61 years old and I am a transgender woman, I have been on hormones for 2 months my face seems to be looking more feminine, so I try to keep my makeup to follow my facial features, and look younger

  • These are simply suggestions on how to not showcase your wrinkles age spots etc. Nobody is saying you must follow these rules. A lot of aggression in the comments…ultimately, do what you want.

  • I hate having oily skin. Every foundation/BB cream slides around even if I use powder, or it becomes cakey no matter what!
    Also I don’t think the eyeliner tip is universal, my mom lines her lower lashline and waterline with black and it makes her eyes look larger and more awake. It depends on your eye shape.

  • OMG! I remember this rice powder exfoliant. I had it about 15 years ago and it really is GREAT STUFF. I got straight online and ordered a bottle (at the 1:39mark lol) so a big THANKYOU for reminding me about it. Every woman needs this product…. period! I can finish watching the video now! ��

  • Your lips look off. They looked overdrawn. Also your blush is too pink, looks a bit teenage like. Overall even your makeup does not look good. Sorry for sounding harsh. I saw the thumbnail photo and even the good makeup was done poorly. ��

  • Instead of using sunscreen, I’ve become fully nocturnal. I literately never even see the sun. My skin is perfect.
    I also have never used eyeliner. Honestly. So I’ve rarely pulled on my eye skin. Man I’m WINNING, for the first time, in any area of anything.

  • Makeup makes you look older and not in a good way. So tired of tutorials where the goal is to apply makeup like you’re staring in a porn video. STOP telling women that aging is bad and must be controlled! @ 3:04 is an example of makeup mistakes. I tried the light liner and it made my eyes look smaller.

  • The Daily-foliant is beauuutiful!! You can whip the powder with water to make it a chemical exfoliant. It’s ready to sit on the skin when it looks like whipped egg whites. You can let it set on the skin and do it’s thing then rinse off!
    -Finding this out was a game changer!! hope you love this tip!

  • I’m sorry but I tried to start this video If couldn’t watch you tell me what makeup mistakes you think I’m making when you have these two huge bright dots next to your nose that look absolutely horrible.

  • Seriously, take a look at Samer Khouzami here on youtube where he is putting makeup on older women. This video should be banned as it is an insult to older women.

  • Could u plz advise me on daily routine to help take care of my super oily skin. And products suitable for my skin..n plz advise on primer n foundation to use for my oily skin

  • But about applying lip contouringit was brilliant description and I’m so glad it was mentioned, because those “clowns’ lips” are so common among women who stuck for the rest of their life in their early teens time!

  • Im 45, and none of the liquid foundation/primer and so on, looks good on my skin at all! It breaks all the time! Only powder. ONLY powder! And its not about the age, its about the skin type, and the way women caring for herself for years. IF she using too much products trying to cover all imperfections all the timeskin doesn’t breeze! this is what makes face’s skin look so old and so dry after time and even before time! And Im using the powder on very special occasions! This is why I’m so happy that i’m not working in front the camera!

  • That dermalogica solar defines booster is ridiculously expensive, even for the 1.5 ounces, come on, it wouldn’t even last that long.

  • If you would like a condensed, readable version of this video, follow this link!!
    https://fabulous50s.co/10-life-changing-tips-for-women/

  • This was very informative, especially about the foundation. Great tips. If you could talk a bit slower that would help some, as I put the cc on so I could catch all you were saying as your accent is great but if you can, just slow the pace a bit. Just subscribed to your channel and look forward to more of these very insightful videos.

  • Shelleah baby you look simply adorable without make up and strangely enough younger! ))) Yes makeup make us brighter but without it innocently younger ))) xxx

  • I’m a side and stomach sleeper all the way. I didn’t want to spend a ton on the nurse name pillow but I found that using a neck/airplane pillow helps you not turn your face on your side or roll over..supports your neck too. Also is a good solution for the tech neck because you can rest your chin on it without looking all the way down (we might’ve already suggested it in your previous video so sorry if you did!) Thank you for such informative fun to watch videos:)

  • Thanks for these tips. I haven’t worn much make-up in the past few years and my 40th High School Reunion is this Saturday. I appreciate your content.

  • Good to watch an Australian lady in these vids!! I’m in Brisbane where the humidity and heat goes all year round. But I still moisturize twice a day with one thick ‘coat’ left on my face and neck just before bed and it’s helped a lot. Do you exfoliate right before makeup because I would normally do this the night before?

  • The absolute best hair spray I’ve ever used is L’Oreal Paris Elnett Satin..extra strong hold. (I can only find the extra strong hold variety.) This hair spray holds really well and I don’t need to do my hair every single morning! I love it!!Its not stiff or hard and will brush out without tearing out your hair! Give it a try, I think you will love it too!

  • El segundo error es un error en si. No debes mezclar la base de maquillaje con el protector solar, ya que está formulado para actuar con cierta cantidad por centímetro cuadrado, lo que estás haciendo es diluirlo y no brindas la protección necesaria. Así que primero aplicas tu protector por todo el rostro y cuello y después la base de maquillaje.

  • I would love a video on the correct way to apply your blush for your face shape. I have a round, and I mean round, face. So hard to contour or apply blush without making my face look fatter.

  • Why on earth did you use mostly young models in this video. Then you showed one pic of a washed-out older woman. That did nothing for my self-esteem

  • It’s not even about looking older, it’s about looking truly confident in your own skin.
    Take care of your body and stay out of the sun and you’ll not have to even worry about bullshit make-up. Just some mineral powder, lip gloss and a bit of mascara every once in a while. Save being “painted the house down” for special occasions.

  • I have never exfoliated my skin since a dermatologist told me it will make your skin lazy where it stops doing it itself plus I have never took off my make up before bed I am fifty eight years old and I get compliments on my clear skin all the time plus I don’t want to boast but I look not a day over forty I am saying this to let younger girls not worry to much weather they are doing things right it’s all down to genes I don’t have one wrinkle on my skin and have done nothing correct make up wise

  • You are my favorite. I would live to know what foundation, and powder you use and the color cause you seem to be very close if not the same as me and I’ve had major trickle finding something that doesn’t cake up on my mature type skin

  • As far as recommending exfoliating, I’ve just met with my dermatologist; here’s some info:
    Pores are actually hair follicle openings in your skin. Oily skin does tend to produce larger pores. AVOID exfoliating, which dermatologists tell us is completely unnecessary anyway. When you exfoliate, or even apply foundation with a brush or your fingers, instead of lightly stippling with a sponge, it will micro exfoliate, and that dry skin has no place to go, except to clog those pores. Pick up a salicylic acid gel or liquid, wear it while you sleep, to reduce pore size. Chemical peels with glycolic acid can also help. Avoid any foundations or primers that are oil based, as they will exacerbate enlarged pores. Using a retinol cream (which is actually an exfoliating product itself) can also improve the look of aging or problematic skin. Lastly, ALWAYS wash your makeup off at night, NOT scrubbing, just lightly using a washcloth will give you all the exfoliating you need. I hope that helps ��������

  • What is actually wrong with a few wrinkles? Why try and pretend you are not going to see you face change over the years if you are lucky enough to grow old and have along life?

  • I just quit my job due to stress, i worked at a prison and I was under constant stress!! I feel so much better now and even though I don’t have a lot of extra cash, I am so much happier! Money truly doesn’t buy happiness ��

  • Another tip: AS I see this on EVERY video-there are some of us out here with God given nice small button noses. If you are one of ” us” do NOT contour and highlight your noses. I totally ” GET IT” as some have a nose like a baked potato and overall great make up ” screens” BUT if you have a nuce natural nose pls do not do this. A too ultra thun nose looks HORRIBLE as it can throw off face symmetry. I have seen someone with a super nice natural small cute button nose photoshop tgeir nose so thin it made a beaUtiful girl UGLY.

  • The eyeliner tip is interesting. The only thing I would change is the size of the blush brush. Mine is smaller so I can follow the cheekbone without “overdoing it” Less is more!

  • Awesome video. I make a lot of these mistakes unfortunately. Sugar especially. I eat dessert every day! It helps decrease my stress though, lol. Anyway, I need to make some changes!!!

  • Dreadful video, as per most other remarks, being shown perfect makeup on 20 year olds isnt helpful, and ridiculing older women is just insulting.

  • I use this in my bedroom and at work, and my skin’s been pretty comfortable this winter. I use a small heater in my bedroom, as we keep our house at 66 overnight, and I’m in a suburb of Chicago (read COLD), so I feel this helps to counteract the dry air to some degree. I especially like it because I’m a light sleeper (due to stress LOL) and this is very a very quiet humidifier. Here you go; it’s just an amazon link, no affiliation, https://www.amazon.com/TaoTronics-Ultrasonic-Humidifiers-Space-Saving-0-6Gallon/dp/B07L4K8G46/ref=sr_1_15?hsa_cr_id=7692135190001&keywords=humidifiers&lp_asins=B07KBRQN8F%2CB07M8J27F3%2CB07GWCBX7Y&lp_mat_key=humidifiers&lp_query=room+size+humidifier&lp_slot=desktop-hsa-3psl&qid=1551241174&refinements=p_36%3A3299-7999%2Cp_89%3ATaoTronics%7CVAVA%2Cp_n_condition-type%3A6461716011&s=gateway&sb-ci-n=shopNow&sr=8-15&store_ref=SB_A0569397XWOLN22WW7DQ

  • Air innovations top fill humidifier qvc. I love mine. Indispensable. Also keeps you from getting infections in the winter when the heat is running. Keeps the mucus lining the lungs from getting too sticky and allowing bacteria/viral germs to stick and grow.

  • Stress is a biggie. I find exercise helps relieve stress, and it also helps to keep you healthier, therefore younger. Also helps me to relax so I can sleep.

  • Started sleeping on back with head elevated because of allergy induced eye puffiness 1-1/2 yrs ago only to discover anti-aging benefits as well. Works both for eye puffiness and sleep wrinkles. Now am working on not resting my temple on my hand while reading which I suspect is what has caused one eyebrow to have a wonky bit of loose skin under the outside corner.

    Anti-aging is a constant challenge. �� oops, not supposed to scroll either. ��

  • Exfoliating is wonderful IF your skin can take it. I have rosacea. My dermatologist specifically said that I should do as little to my face as possible. I don’t wear foundation etc. & I only use water to wash it no soap. When I wear waterproof mascara, I make sure to just use a cleanser on my eyes only.

  • If you have been using the same shade of foundation snice the 8th grade the problem with that is WHY are you using foundation at 13, thats the skin case issue, my mom never wore foundation just concealing a couple of spots on her face, and around her nose(her problem area) foundation will ruin you skin, spend you money on good skingcare, facials and you will see you won’t need foundation.

  • Great tips! Along with too much make up, especially black eyeliner completely covering upper eyelid ridge and lower eyelid ridge Makes the eyes look smaller and older.

  • The rimmell #42 is the color you have on? Looks lighter on screen when you search it. and you do not give the color o the lip liner you have on?????

  • What are the best eye creams you said to ask about? I am 33 and need to start using something but I’m confused what I need. I have very dry skin! Thank you!!

  • I like you sooooo much right away just by watching your video the first time love your beautiful accent, your honest demeanour, and the way you talk!!

  • Thank you for this video! I just applied my lipstick the way you suggested and it made a huge difference. Also, re-evaluated my eyebrows and blush. So helpful. Still working on eyeliner, never my strong point!

  • I love your videos so much, they’re so helpful. You always look so pretty and stylish:) I’m 49 and I use tretinoin at night, and a copper peptide cream in the morning under my sunscreen copper peptides are super effective for serious skin rejuvenation. The company that invented them is Skin Biology.

  • I’m noticing that when you apply eyeliner you pull the eyelid. Since eyelids have the most delicate muscles, if they’re stretched they will stay that way, I would suggest not pulling the eyelid at all. I’ll be trying the “right” way to line the upper lid since it helps the eyes look much younger. Thanks for the tips.

  • Lady you have to check this out

    https://womanuniverse.net/a-founder-of-a-beauty-company-explained-why-we-sometimes-look-older-and-it-has-nothing-to-do-with-wrinkles/

  • Do you have a video addressing bags underneath the eyes? How to minimize the look of them? I am over 60, Ivory skin and blue eyes. Do I still use concealer?

  • Uma it’s mitu here your old Dubai friend ex Pacific ventures…. I am losing hair in bulk evejday. Don’t know what’s wrong. Just a handful left on my head now. PL helppp

  • Thanks so much. That was very helpful. I haven’t been happy with my makeup look theses days (I’m 71) so really appreciate these excellent tips!

  • I love the correct side and feel the incorrect side does indeed appear to pull down the features. Very pretty lady!

    I am 63. Any new ideas for we women in THIS age group?

  • Thank you for these make up tutorials and especially for leaving the product lines that you used. I have dark hair medium skin tones dark eyes as well when I go to Ulta there are 20 somethings are working and make recommendations for 20s to 30s skin and while I look useful I am in my 50s and need lighter colors that I’m not exactly sure how much how much lighter I should go. Would you address this in an upcoming videos thank you

  • Generics are not the same product as the brand name. If Retin A worked for you without problem and the generic tretinoin did not, you may have been reacting to an inactive ingredient in the generic. Also, there is a huge problem with generics produced in countries like China and India…to the extent that some may actually be fatal. You might try going back to the brand name, Retin A, and use it in a small area until you feel secure with it again.

  • you are saving my youth…. I have applied your eye tips and I am transformed, I have to watch is again. I live in France and I don’t have the brand you talk about. I don’t know how to choose a fondation and a lip stick. you seem to go with an orangy type… I don’t think I could I am a brunette…. do you have a tip about this how to choose propre powder and fondation?

  • I’m 40 but don’t identify with the make up tutorials that Youtube spotlights in the 19-25 year old range. I also have hooded eyes and severe sun damage. Thanks for the easy to follow tricks!

  • Im 51 and throughout my youth even during my 40s I never wore foundation daily because I didn’t need it, had beautiful skin. Now with sagging, I can’t wear foundation, it looks terrible. It looks flaky, it pools up on my pores, awful. I still do not need much coverage but I would like to wear it for special occasions. I tried, BB, CC creams. Nothing looks good. Any suggestions?

  • I’m 62 (still feel like eight!). I haven’t worn eye makeup for 20 years and never thought I’d be able to again. After watching your video and applying my makeup step by step while watching again, I couldn’t stop looking at my beautiful eyes. THANK YOU

  • Fleur dis Lis makes a great rice and papain exfoliant that is similar to Dermalogica, but without talc and other extra chemicals. It’s about 1/2 less pricey too.

  • Levoit Cool Mist Humidifier, recommended by Dr. Dray here on tube,,,it’s available thru AMAZON and inexpensive.
    Here’s the link to her video and the link to the humidifier on Amazon is in her video description, ( she is awesome, btw).
    https://youtu.be/KdxVbw1uCxY

  • Well I’m an oldie I love my makeup and yes I have changed it over the years by following tips etc, but I’m nearly 60yrs and no one ever takes me to be anyway near that, and I’m pretty sure I’m doing it all wrong. But I’m happy with my look.��

  • Attempting to wing liner at 44 has been the very droopy disaster that you mention! My light bulb moment!! Thank you for an amazing video! <3

  • Great advice and completely agree! I’m in my 40s so I can totally relate �� have you tried The Ordinary line of skin care products? They are wonderful and so affordable. I use their lactic acid, the buffet, and hyaluronic acid. Also I am now washing my hair every 4-5 days and use sulfate free shampoo, coconut oil for a good conditioning mask and also take collagen tabs and powder… this has truly revolutionized my hair…. oh and I clean my brushes weekly as I ended up with a stye in my eye using dirty eye brush ��… lastly, I use a water based concealer by Lancômelove it! Thanks Erin… keep em coming! ������

  • I’ve just come across your channel and am loving your videos!! You are beautiful! What lashes are you wearing? I have the hardest time finding lashes you can wear without liner. HELP PLEASE ☺️��

  • Red eyes and yellow teeth are major aging. Don’t forget to use anti-red eye drops and tooth whitening product before applying makeup. Also, beware of drying face products such as too much powder and alcohol based makeup setting spray. Choose makeup that is slightly luminous but not shimmery. I love essence pure nude highlighter applied very sheer all over or just on top of cheek bones, bridge of nose, inner tear duct, and center of eyelid.

  • Hi,I am over 50 and I sweat a lot on medication for it but still sweat a very lot can u help me with what makeup I can wear?please

  • Love this video! I’ll just share that as someone with hair a little different from Erin’sI have thick very coarse dry hair that loves to frizz with the slightest humidityusing one of those anti-frizz oils for shine and smoothing is so helpful. Even the inexpensive drug store brands work great.

  • Very underrated channel. U r a celebrity star Uma. U deserve much more. Madam Uma, under your YouTube channel’s About section, It says “Uma is a Dubai based………. Founder is Queen Bee Production,………. “. There’s a small error mistake. It should be Founder “of” Queen Bee Production…,……….. “. Wrongly its written Founder is. Maybe typing error or unintended mistake. Please rectify it. I know u have better English than me. I ain’t picking mistakes, I hope u won’t scold me! I love u Uma. I wish u big success. Please work in Bollywood or as a TV star anchor for lifestyle travel channels or work in serials or also work as a model, gym instructor coach for Bollywood stars. Love Uma

  • Omg…what is this white like eyebrow pencil pencil i side the lid of the eye…Are they for light coloured eyes?
    I have a natural super black dowed eyed…and will never in a million years apply this. I love my natural black dow eye…Also i hated the fact that so super fake needed to pull inside….

  • Regarding humidifiers: I have found they leave a white residue on wood floors. So, I fill a crockpot with water and set it on high, initially, then turn it to “keep warm.” It’s not as efficient as a humidifier, but it does add humidity (according to my hygrometer). Cod Liver Oil is very beneficial and I never crave sugar, as Stevia or Monkfruit gives the same sweetness. Thanks for all you do.:-)

  • Basically, older women should not be seen or heard, should be using our time to purchase our burial site rather than purchasing items that aren’t “age appropriate” at cosmetics stores!!!

  • One of the best face suncreens I’ve used here in Australia is just a supermarket brand, Coles, and it’s $6. Choice, a consumer advocate magzine here gave it their #1 2017 & ’18. You don’t need to spend a fortune.

  • I find that 3 days a week is enough of retinol for me and is better tolerated. I cannot use it more then that or it flares up my rosacea, Thank You for sharing

  • Did anyone ever find out what lipstick and shade she is wearing? I just spent about 20 minutes or so to see if anyone mentioned it. Nope, about 4 women ASKED but never got a reply? Anyone?

  • LMAO I dont know why this was in my recommendations crazy have older women to pull off saying what makeup women should wear
    Plus you suck how you make the older women look remember girl you will age to

  • TIME STAMP:
    1:07 RELEASING FREE RADICALS
    2:42 SUGAR
    3:52 LACK OF SLEEP
    4:18 NETFLIX
    4:58 ULTRA VIOLET EXPOSURE
    5:26 SLEEP WRINKLES
    6:30 TOASTY ROOM
    7:27 REMOVING ALL FATS
    7:59 TECH NECK
    8:36 NEGLECTING BODY PARTS
    9:08 CLOSING

  • guys don’t be so pressed about this, yes, everyone can use whatever they want
    this video is just tips, they are not forcing you to follow the tips.

  • I personally think that older women look fabulous when they experiment with makeup. They can pull off a strong lipstick colour, eye shadow and eyeliner at any time. Who needs to look young to look great? It is also about having right personality to pull it off.

  • Tinted moisturizer check
    Eye shadow eye liner check
    No metallic eye shadow check
    Muted colors check
    Lighter lipstick check
    No highlighter check
    Light mascara on lower lid check
    Less is more. NO WAY!

  • I always love your videos! I’m late to watch this one, but I wanted to suggest another cleanser that I LOVE. It’s the Beautycounter Cleansing Balm it does sooo many things besides just a cleanser. Also, Beautycounter has an anti-aging line with Bakuchiol which is a replacement for retinol. Since you had a reaction I bet others do too. I’m all about clean beauty! Thanks for all the great tips!

  • What would u recommend for a male teen age 17?..that has bad hormonal acne…for the lastt 2 yrs…his complexion was so clear prior, now he has scars, pigmentation, and still breaking out, he has tried many products, he never picked on his face! Is handsome, but this has lowered his self esteem ��…pls help!

  • After watching this I am going to go put on pink blush (cheek apples), black liner, glam metallic green eyeshadow, scarlet lipstick and a tight, very short mini-skirt and I gonna go out and kick some ass

  • …..Ssssshhhhsss….hmmm……yeeeaaahhh…..I’m…I mean….I’m just…..I’m still gonna wear my Metallic shit though, you know what I mean? Getting older also comes with the cool side effect of not giving a shit. If I’m gonna be pushing daisies soon, I’m going to wear whatever the god-damn crap I want to, you know?

    So many “experts’ and they really only have the expertise of Sooty and co! Lol!

  • Girls, girls, girls….You cannot be liberated and neurotic at the same time. A truly liberated person thinks for
    him or her self. So you have to choose. Most of you have chosen. Most of you have chosen to be fab instead
    of level headed and sensible. It is all about priorities. For most of you, this is your priority……So, you go girl!!!!
    At least you will have plenty of company………

  • When I first saw this before you started to explain, I was thinking…what is it with the side of her face?(the wrong way side) LOL. I have struggled with eyeliner so cant wait until i try these tips. TY

  • You’re very pretty, but your artificially plumped lips are overpowering your face. Why are so many Caucasian slaves-to-fashion-women falling for this ridiculous procedure? Plump lips are naturally found on more heavy-featured ethnic groups. And is it really wise to be injecting foreign material into your body?

  • I am going to invest on the back sleeping PILLOW! I have a definitive line on the right side of my face on my smile line/miuth/jowl area…everyday when I look in the mirror I am reminded that I NEED to train myself to sleep on my back…..I don’t have it on my left side at all….

  • As you older moisturize your lips to keep from drying out and getting ugly. Also, quit using straws. We’ve all seen cigarette lips with all those ugly lip lines. Guess what? Straws do it too! Save the environment, save your lips, and skip the straws.

  • So many negative comments… Um, this is one way and one opinion. It helps to learn different ways/be exposed to different ideas. Some women want to łook younger.. Nothing at all wrong with that.

  • Also just out of curiousity are your eyebrows tattooed on? Most women’s hair gets darker as they age hence they dye it blonde. Or have you found a hairdresser that can dye your black/dark brown eyebrows blonde? I am sorry if you think these questions are too intrusive, but I am curious to improve my own looks. You look great.

  • Great presentation, Erin!! A couple of questions: 1.) Curology told me not to use any acids or Vitamin C when I started my Tretinoin a month ago. It’s only.035%. Would you think I’m safe to try some AHA? I really believe in it. 2.) Been using collagen powder for a month and a half (in a smoothie, average 6 days a week). How long did it take for you to notice a difference in your hair?

  • hell if I’ve lived this long, I’m doing the opposite of everything on this list. When I was in my teens and twenties, I had no idea what I was doing with makeup, and rarely bought any. Now that I do buy makeup, I’d enjoy tutorials that were a little less insulting. * little clue to makeup execs out there….

  • Oh god….. crisis. You f ing idiots are obsessed with looking younger. You have to ask yourselves….Whose life
    am I really living? You all believe that you are liberated but you are really more like a herd of sheep!!!!!!

  • Why are you using 20 year old models for a video designed for older women. It doesn’t make sense and the robotic voice is annoying and sounds like a teeny bopper. Thanks for listening.

  • really shitty advice. None of it applies. Every single person is different. I do not know ONE person who puts foundation on. Women are really not doing much at all. Personally, I am over 50 and can do black liner and it makes my green eyes stand out. Not alot, but enough to make the contour of my eye. The voice here is GC

  • Women are perfect at all ages. If you are lucky enough to age, embrace that amazing ness! Quit telling women they aren’t good enough when they age! Women and wine. You know the saying! Quit telling us we aren’t good enough the way we are!

  • Tip: Like alot of you surely I do not have under eye issues at all so a mistake for ” US” is adding concealer when we don’t need any. Just makes things cackey.

  • THANK YOU for talking about having good skin care! I’ve seen people with tons of little tiny zits everywhere and tons of make up over it. Yuk

  • was this list created by someone in their 20s? Some of the advice is good but some of it is like… “just disappear.”
    “Less is more…” hahahhahahahaha BS unless you have perfect skin. If you have eyebags or discoloring/hyperpigmentation you will need more but applied correctly

  • Can you do a “no make up” make up tutorial or do’s and don’ts? I do look older with make up on. But without it, my undereye and wrinkles are just too visibke for my pale face. Please, I hope you can soon! ❤️

  • I’ve had a big improvement in my skin after using shea moisturizer’s coconut lotion and another huge improvement after I started using retinol and sun screen (korean). When I was young I just covered up my face with foundation but now I don’t even use foundation, just a little powder for glare. I feel prettier than ever, mostly.

    I used to think I had to cover up my eye circles but now I kind of like them. I think they look natural and it looks so fake to not have them. Even if I wear eyeliner I still don’t cover them up. I think I get the boost of makeup but don’t look too perfect, which is the problem with makeup.

  • OMG you’re brilliant! I just stumbled across this I don’t even wear makeup but you’ve made me want to try it. I have watched makeup videos just out of curiosity, yours is the absolute best I’ve ever seen. Thank you so much! I’m subscribing.:)

  • Do NOT apply concealer in a triangle if you are over 50. Do 3 tiny dots, inner and outer corners, and bottom of trough. Apply only to dark areas, NOT all over. Do very thin layers. Apply a tiny bit more only if and where needed. Set with a very thin layer of setting liquid (spray on back of hand, then dab with finger), then a barely there bit of powder.

  • This was life changing for me! I just turned 50. I did everything on the “wrong side” and started to not like wearing makeup anymore, until now! Thank you for sharing ��

  • Yes! Products with retinol A, as well as vitamin C in a formula that actually gets in your skin.The ONLY things that work on sun damaged skin are the two I’ve mentioned. Vitamin C must be in a formula that gets past the skin barrier. Personally I buy Skin doctors gamma hydrate forte and Potent vitamin C, but I’m not plugging the company I know some people who can’t use those products… but they worked for me, after trying lots of other products, then I read about how you have to use a C that gets past the skins natural barrier or you waste you money…. (I read the dermatology journals).. I think this is the maximum dose of Retinol without a prescription is what is in this stuff… and I got rid of tonnes of sun damage. I started with the gamma hydroxy because my skin was sensitive but I was ok with that so went hard with the forte LOL. You have to stay out of the sun if you use retinol though. It makes your skin very fragile while you are using it. Great channel.

  • I just started using these techniques around my 45th birthday and everyone was sure I was in my 30’s!! So simple yet so affective. Thanks for the wonderful tips.
    P,S. Not only does it make you look younger it also takes far less time. ♡

  • Erin I love your videos, I wouldn’t however recommend swatching makeup on your hand or your arm as you can still end up with the wrong shade, either along the jawline, or chest (where the neck meets your chest). I’m interested to know whether the colour corrector creases when you put it on your eyelids. My understanding is that concealers and skincare products have moisturisers etc built in. The skin on the eyelids are oily and therefore they crease, eyeshadow primers are usually a waxy texture and with stop oils coming through so shouldn’t crease. Are you powdering the colour corrector down? (Ps I have this colour corrector but I’ve never used it in this way so I’m genuinely interested)

  • Just remember women like me, who went through cancer and our eyebrows are no longer there. A stray hair here and there. I need so much help how to apply an eyebrow pencil or shadow.
    Love your videos. Any advice?

  • Love this video! I’ll just share that as someone with hair a little different from Erin’sI have thick very coarse dry hair that loves to frizz with the slightest humidityusing one of those anti-frizz oils for shine and smoothing is so helpful. Even the inexpensive drug store brands work great.

  • Great video as usual. The skin on my face, chest and hands look much better, much younger since I have subscribed. I like your videos so much I share them with friends and family. I need your assistance please. I am struggling with my neck. Not sure what else to do. I am struggling with jowls and some deeper lines around the bottom. Will you record videos or do a series on neck wrinkles and/or jowls? I have heard massage may help and facial exercises, not sure though. Thank you so much for all of the research you do for us.

  • Love your tips feeling overwhelmed with how many different products to use for your facial routine. First clean then toner then vit c then sunscreen the corrector then concealer then foundation…… how much do you really need. It gets soooo complicated you don’t always bother feels like a ball and chain. Please help thank u

  • Thanks, you hit on some important areas we don’t want to neglect. If I am to exhausted to stand at the bathroom sink and do my 5 step routine, I will cheat a makeup remover pad I keep in the drawer next to my bed. z-z-z-z better than not taking it off.

  • So so true Erin every single mistake thank goodness I’m guilty of only 2 to much blush and not washing my face every night gotta be stricter with this thank you so much dear friend by the way your looking gorgeous as usual love the dress and earrings and your home is stunning lv jan��❤️��������������������

  • I am 60 and did the BBL and the HALO fractional laser. Absolutely fantastic. Took 10 or 15 years off my skin, seriously! Expensive but sooo worth it. I am a red head that use to go to tanning booths and lived on the beach!  I am gonna try some of the products you recommended too. Love your channel!

  • Holy cow! The difference is amazing! It almost looks like she had a slight stroke on the left side, the way the eye is drooping. She is remarkable!!

  • ladies use PHYSICAL sunscreen (zinc or titanium oxide based), rather than chemical. chemical (typical) sunscreen does NOT block the rays that cause aging. physical sunscreen bounces the sun rays right off your skin instead of absorbing them:)

  • Long dark fingernails. Bad posture. Frowning. Pale frosted lipstick. Yellow teeth. Faded hair color. Helmet head. Too light, too thick, too dry under eye concealers my #1 quickest way to look horrible!! You’ve heard of FAB Bendy Avocado concealer, recommend for DRY under eyes and mature skin guess what? It’s DRY on me how am I so lucky? And I’ve tried many different eye creams, oils, etc. I’m so over it I’m ready to give up. Wow that IPL helped I need it. I figured it’s expensive but worth it because brown spots age me. Guess what I’m doing right now? Cleaning my liquid product brushes I did it every night and felt like that’s all I did get ready, come home, clean brushes,…..I LOVE the Urban Decay pink corrector one dot even over concealer helps good point about not needing it it’s the blue I want gone. You saved me probably $100’s from trying every new one that comes out (exaggerating). 15:41 Drew Barrymore �� A good heat protectant when you flat iron my hair is thin and fine and I love CHI 44 Iron Guard doesn’t feel heavy and is amazing.

  • On the foundation thing…I always feel like my foundation matches early in the morning but before mid day it has oxidized and I look 2 shades darker.

  • Vitamin C and skin care anti aging are very important. I am 70 years old and my great Aunt Aggie, who was born in 1892, taught me how important skin care was when I was 11 years old. Never had any pimples or any other problems. Sadly, in the 1960s tan was in. That caused dark spots. Skin care and sun protection has helped.

  • This may sound like a noob question but do you use all these products at the same time in the morning? Please help me I’m new to all this

  • Basic stuff most women know. Plus maybe use some actual tips, demos with some women who are actually older. This channel is starting to be not so worth watching.

  • Teeth!! Whiten them! If you rinse with peroxide and water that’s a great tip! Baking soda is a natural abrasive you can do that once or twice a week…Our teeth darken with age so that’s a big one

  • Nooooo!!! Not sugar!������ Damn Tara, you just ruined my day.�� Such a hard habit to break, but I have managed to do it once before. I absolutely can not sleep on my back all night though, the best I can do is use a pure silk pillow case. I realize this is over a month old, I just couldn’t help but comment anyways.�� Sometimes I don’t have time to watch as you upload. When I find the time, I come back and binge your video’s to catch up because I know I missed some really good information. I always make sure to click and like when you upload though, even if I need to watch later.��

  • I’ve had fantastic success with a glutathione supplement along with collagen and MCT oil. I had a laser treatment ten years ago and loved it. I think lasers are just really routine maintenance as we age. I am also going to get my hands done the next time I get it done.

  • Are you a fan of white handbags? I’m thinking about adding one for my summer collection (Maybe a Prada leather bag with gold metal) and also wearing it with the white Bueno Slingback Sandals you recommended in one of your recent videos. But it’s white and white. Is that on trend? I ordered the Bueno in black and also white. I can’t wait to receive them! Thanks so much!

  • Sorry but for the life of me I can’t catch what I think sounds like Micler water? At 8:17 mark. What is that please. Loving your channel. So pleased I found you❣️

  • Yeah sorry I will still wear my metallic eyeshadow. You just have to find good quality that’s not cracking as it dries. Wear whatever makeup you want.

  • God forbid you grow older. It’s the absolute worse thing that can happen. Every time another year goes by, you learn new things, make an impact on people around you, and improve your character. But ignore all that. Any outward sign of maturity and experience is something to be avoided at all costs. That’s why our “celebrities” (and I don’t have the room to name even 1/2 of them here) are turning themselves into pillow faces, filling in any hollowing areas with material that fails horribly to replace collagen. Yes, it’s important to take care of your skin. It is the largest organ in the body, after all. But I refuse to look like a foolish caricature of my former self. I want to be me.

  • I have tried the Jose Maran organ oil and loved it, didn’t know that she did vitamin C too. Will definitely check the out, I have tried retinol and they broke me out horribly, I stick to gentler things now

  • I have very thin eyebrows very good arch (so I don’t ever pluck) so much so that I look alien like whenever I don’t stencil them in. Any products you can suggest for growing them?

  • I like my eyebrows to go as long as possible on the outer corner side (not the unibrow side) maybe even over the line of the pencil (nose outer corner eyes).. my prior esthetician did them that way, but I moved and the one over here doesn’t get that perfect shape that I like:D so now I’ll just have to learn to do it myself..:)

  • I love that colour dress on you and your hair looks fabulous, you look beautiful. �� Thank you for sharing all your tips. I really enjoy learning from you.

  • Would love to know more about IPL. What am I looking for in an effective treatment? Do those machines classified in some way or have a strength output to be aware of?

  • After turning 41, not putting nightcream on my neck and décolleté was something I had to address! Crepey busoms sure will age you. Great vid. Also where are your earrings from? They’re stunning x

  • Fantastic stuff…
    I love to condition a dry scalp with olive oil, as a mask plus the omega 3 is fantastic to soak through.
    Egg with olive oil is also a fantastic protein hair mask…just beware of hot water as it will cook in there…������

    Almond oil just enough on fingertips rubbed through dry ends.

  • Great concise information! I’m “a tad” older, but can apply many of your suggestions and find them useful to staying up-to-date. Regarding products for the clean skin care routine, have you tried or been exposed to The Crucials? I ran into them in Australia. Very transparent company, all the ingredients and percentages are listed, with research and sources attached as to why the ingredient is included. I am loving their philosophy, products and results. And with the US $ so strong, great prices. I can often not even find ingredient percentages on many of the big name products and question some of their secondary ingredient choices. Some thing as important as health and skin care should not be so hard to research in order to make wise choices.

  • Thank you!!! This is fantastic! The difference with the subtle changes are significant. I know I need to change my make up and don’t know what to do so this has been VERY helpful!

  • HOLY SMOKES! I just stopped using tretinoin for the same reason! I have yet to talk to anyone with this reaction! I got it via an online consultant prescription process, and I finally said enough, after 11 months! Something about it produced these horrible bumps! I thought it was just me, I feel so much better knowing I’m not crazy. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! And, I loved your “Don’t” outtakes! Once again, I agree with everything, including some additional comments from your followers! ����������

  • One big beauty mistake I see…not wearing ANY makeup at all in our older years. Most of us benefit form a bit of color, even if we have spectacular skin. A little mascara, a touch of blush, a swipe of tinted lipbalm…it doesn’t need to be much, just enough to show self-care.

  • Love love all the recs. I am always conflicted on the steps for skin care. Also, I don’t know if you tried nutrafol for hair growth and thickness. I’ve been seeing it trending with celebs and derms. Would love a review. xx. Also, I recommend the holy grail of all skincare, Biologique Recherche p50. Probably not clean beauty but truly the King of skincare.