Fight the Frump: Makeup Mistakes That Can Age You

I’ve had a lot of requests for this post, so I wanted to fit it in before we start our fall fashion series on Friday. After doing some online research and taking notice of some of the things women do with their makeup that seems to age them unnecessarily, I put together a list of 7 makeup mistakes that can make us look older than we really are and how we can fix them.

First allow me to make a disclaimer or three. I am not a makeup expert, and I’ve never been that good at it. People often think that because I wear it, I love it, but I really resent the time it takes to put on makeup in the morning, and I get frustrated with some of the application — like eye shadow! I think eye shadow will always confound me.

I’m also not one to do a lot of experimentation with makeup. I tend to find something I like and stick with it for years, although I do try to stay aware of the trends so I don’t get stuck in a rut.

With all that said, I’m fortunate that I’ve had my makeup done by a professional quite a few times because of this blog, and every time, I ask questions and try to learn something. All that to say, I’m probably better at telling you what to do than doing it myself.

So here goes! With most of these tips, you’ll notice a common theme. Going overboard with our makeup and under-use are both no-nos. When we’re younger, the natural look is cute and carefree, but as we get older, it can really drag us down. Conversely, overdoing it and wearing too much makeup can make us look cartoonish and silly, so finding a happy medium is key.

7 Makeup Mistakes That Can Age You

#1. Wearing the wrong foundation (or no foundation.) As we get older, wearing foundation becomes more important, however, the wrong color or heavily caked-on foundation can definitely age us. I like to have my foundation matched at the beauty counter to be sure I’m wearing the right shade.

In the summertime, I like to tan my body, but I never intentionally tan my face so I switch to a darker foundation to match the rest of my skin. During the transition seasons, I will often mix my summer and winter colors together to get the right shade. You never want your face to be darker than the rest of your body, but when your face is lighter than your body, you look like a ghost, and that’s not a good look either!

Everyone’s skin is different so there is no one size fits all foundation, but I can tell you what I use that I like for my dry skin. (Also, I’m only 45, so I realize that as I get older, these products may not continue to be the best.)

For the past few years, I’ve alternated between MAC Studio Sculpt (for fuller coverage) and Jane Iredale PurePressed Base when I want a more natural look. Sometimes I use both. I like the Jane Iredale on top of the MAC for the most coverage — usually only when I’m going to be taking photos for the blog. I use this Sigma F80 Flat Kabuki brush for applying both. When I’m just using the PrePressed Base, I also use the Jane Iredale Hydration Spray to set it and also to keep my face looking moist and fresh.

Sometimes women go without foundation because they feel like it’s too heavy, but going too natural is aging as well. To sheer out a foundation that you feel is too heavy, mix it on the back of your hand with a drop of moisturizer and then apply. This is basically creating your own tinted moisturizer.

Also, don’t forget to exfoliate! Regular exfoliation helps slough off the dead skin and helps your foundation to go on smoothly and evenly.

#2. Blush that’s not blended in. It’s really important to wear a blush in a shade that suits your skin tone and then to blend it in really well. You also don’t want to get it too high (close to your eyes) or too close to your nose because that looks amateur.

Blush Application Tip >> Start your blush right under the pupil and then sweep it along the cheekbone and upward, blending into the hairline.

Your blush should be visible but not super noticeable, and you definitely don’t want to see a line of demarcation where your blush starts and stops. Sometimes a bigger blush brush can help with this. I’m fond of this Sigma Beauty F10 powder/blush brush.

Cream blush is a good option too, as we get older and our skin gets drier. I still use a powder blush, but I know I need to be more careful about not getting it too close to my nose or eyes.

#3. Wearing harsh lip liner or lipstick that’s too dark. As we age, going lighter with our lipstick is generally a good idea. This is not to say that you should never wear a dark lipstick, but it can be tricky as we get older. I tend to keep my lipstick lighter and more neutral and go darker on my eyes.

You also want to be sure your lip liner isn’t creating a noticeable line around your lips. I actually line my lips an then fill in with the lip liner, and I apply lipstick on top of that. Not only does it make your lipstick color last longer, but it avoids that darker outline of lip liner that can look old fashioned. I usually apply a gloss on top of it all to keep my lips moist and looking fuller.

I’m a HUGE fan of MAC lip liners. They have the best pigment that I’ve found, and they go on smoothly and easily. My favorite color is Spice. It’s a great neutral base for just about any color lipstick I want to apply. (The exception to this is red. I have a separate red liner I use for red lipsticks.)

#4. Under-applying lipstick and/or allowing it to wear off. Like most makeup tips, finding a happy medium with our lipstick is ideal. While wearing lipstick that’s too dark can be garish, wearing no lipstick can really drag you down.

I didn’t used to let it bother me when my lipstick wore off, and I think it looked okay when I was younger, but nowadays I’m more intentional about reapplying throughout the day. I recommend carrying a nice moist, neutral shade in your purse that you can add to whatever you put on in the morning to carry you through the day.

When I’m going out in the evening or expecting visitors, I try to remember to run upstairs and freshen up first. I didn’t used to bother, but I started noticing how tired and bedraggled I look by dinnertime, and now I make it a point to do so.

Ain’t aging grand!?!

#5. Lining just the lower eyelid. Eyeliner isn’t always necessary, but whatever you do, never line just the lower lid. In fact, I never use eyeliner on my lower lid because it’s too harsh. Instead, I apply some eye shadow with a small smudge brush for a more subtle look.

Eyeliner Application Tip >> Always be sure to get your eye liner into the lash line so there’s no skin showing between your eyelashes and the liner. Also try to avoid a harsh line for daytime and smudge your eyeliner so it blends into the eye shadow and looks more natural.

#6. Wearing harsh black eyeliner. Here’s where I’m going to be a bit of a hypocrite. I love black eyeliner and I wear black eyeliner, although I know there will come a time when I’ll have to soften it up some. Mine is a gel (this Bobbi Brown Long Wear Gel Eyeliner in a pot), and I try to smudge it so it’s not too harsh, but with my dark coloring, I still like it. I apply with the small smudge brush I mentioned above.

However, in general, harsh makeup is aging — dark lip colors and blush that’s too dark and not blended, as discussed above, and black eyeliner falls into that category as well. Try grey or brown instead.

#7. Neglecting your eyebrows. As we age, our eyebrows tend to get thinner, so filling them in helps keep them more shapely and well defined, and as a result, we look younger and more natural.

I’ve tried about every eyebrow pencil/gel/powder that I can get my hands on, and my favorite by far is Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz. I use Dark Brown (Brunette). It’s super fine and goes on smoothly and easily. I use small strokes to mimic eyebrow hairs, but it also blends easily and wipes off nicely if you go outside the lines by accident. It’s a mechanical pencil so you never have to sharpen it, and it has a brush attached. I buy them in twos so I never run out.

I’m sure there are some more makeup tips I could share, but I think this hits the big ones.

Overall, the best general tip to keep your makeup from aging you is to strive to keep things light and natural. This is definitely a situation of less is more — but that is not to say you should go without. Again, finding that happy medium is key.

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91 Responses

  1. I might have to disagree with the dark lipstick point. Of course it depends on your definition of dark, but I’ve noticed with my mom (the 70+ model on my blog) and my stepmom (the 60+ model) the neutrals aren’t as nice. I think part of this is when your hair goes grey, you need something to stand out with color. And if it’s not your hair, then maybe the lips need to??
    I need to a side by side comparison maybe? Because I usually think both mom’s look better with a brighter lipstick. Of course it’s the bleeding into the wrinkles that’s frustrating. But I’m going to be comparing a primer soon, to see if that helps!!

    1. I think you’re both right. As I’ve gotten older, I avoid harsh colors, whether it’s in lipstick or clothing. I avoid black, use brown mascara and liner, and stay away from really dark colors.

      On the other hand, I find that I need color! It seems that natural color fades with age.
      I like brighter shades of pink or coral lipstick. I pay more attention to blush and eye shadow. Otherwise, I look washed out. It’s a delicate balance, adding color without overdoing it.

      1. Yes, color is good! What looks too dark and garish on one woman may look fine on another. It depends on our coloring, of course. 🙂 You’re right that it’s a delicate balance. With my dark hair, I can’t wear colors that are too neutral or I look washed out. I like lip and cheek colors with some pink in them too brighten me up and balance out my dark hair but I don’t like to go too deep with my colors. And I almost always add lipgloss top tone down my lip colors.

  2. Thanks for the tips. I think finding the right colors can be tricky and sooooo necessary to looking put together. As a redhead, I’ve always struggled with colors. My eyebrows (what I have left of them, lol) and eyelashes are dark red, not brown and definitely not black. Black looks awful on me– I look like I should be standing on a street corner! And brown washes me out. There are a few companies that sell products for eyebrows and eyelashes with red tints– like Anastasia and Just For Redheads. It’s worth the hunt to find the right colors.

  3. Any suggestions on a gel eyeliner pencil that does not wear off. I have used Bobby Brown gel eyeliner pencil in steel gray. I like the color, but I do note that it is not always stay on. I have also used the Bobby Brown gel eyeliner in the pot in steel Ink which seems to stay on better but I would rather use a pencil. Would love to hear your brand suggestions!

    1. That’s what I use too – this stuff and I apply with that smudge brush I linked to in today’s post: https://rstyle.me/n/cru44xgthw

      It is not perfect, but it’s the best I’ve found. When I get hot and sweaty, it does get into my eyelid crease some. 🙁 I try to use eye shadow primer to avoid that, and I guess it helps a little, but nothing is perfect.

      1. I’ve stopped wear g eyeshadow or sometimes just a pink. But I’ve found that powder shadow keeps the eyeliner from transferring to your eyelid. When I don’t use eyeshadow I still powder my eyelid. It helps.

    2. I’ll reply to this. I have always loved gel eyeliner but I can’t get it to look good using a small brush or even the little liquid brush pen thing. I stumbled on Ulta’s brand of gel eyeliner pencil and it’s the greatest invention EVER!!! They have a bunch of colors, they’re only $8 and they work amazing. It stays on perfect and lasts all day, and is extremely easy to apply. It glides really nice over the lid. I do recommend also buying their sharpener at the same time because you’ll need it. Hope this helps!

      1. I love the Bobbie Brown gel eyeliner when professionals apply it, yet I have practiced a lot and am unable to achieve the same results. I’ve been using various brands of eyeliner pencils, with Urban Decay being my favorite because it goes on smoothly and transfers less. I have never tried Ulta’s brand, so I appreciate you sharing this information.

        1. I hope it works for you! I’ll admit I didn’t realize they made a gel eyeliner pencil with any brand until NOT that long ago so I was super excited to try it and I have been very, very pleased. My sister got one too after commenting that my liner looked good! haha. So I haven’t tried any other brand but for $8 it’s definitely worth it to try. I have the brown and the black. Wore the brown today and I like it just as much as the black.

  4. Love this post. 🙂 I heard a tip from Laura Geller. She says to start your blush up by your ear, and bring it down, in case you get too much pigment on the brush. The mistake will be more away from your nose. Obviously, blend, blend, blend. 🙂

  5. I am like you in that I don’t line the lower eyelid. I also don’t use mascara on the lower lashes. I find (for me) mascara on the lower lashes is aging as well.

  6. I’m loving LipSense for keeping my lipstick on all day. I’ve never had color last so well!
    I’ll second the starting the blush at your ear advice, dab-dab-dab, then little circles back to blend. Stop about 2 finger widths from your nose!
    I like the IT brow pencil to darken my natural brows and their under eye concealer is the BOMB!
    Thanks for the reminders. I think it’s a good idea to get a make-over every couple of years to update things. Either at the beauty counter or Mary Kay or something…
    thanks for the post!

  7. Thanks for the post Jo-Lynne! Could you (or any readers) recommend a waterproof mascara for sensitive eyes? I work out on my lunch hour at work and tend not to wear mascara, as I don’t want it running down my face! I am 48 and would like to start wearing a bit more makeup some days. I also wear glasses, so I thought “uping” my eyes would be a place to start.

    1. Im 67, also wear glasses & have super sensitive eyes. I’ve worn Maybelline mascara for over 50 years BECAUSE it never, ever runs in my eyes or down my face…and that’s the regular (not waterproof). I only use waterproof for weddings, funerals & water aerobics. 😉

  8. Thank you so much for the make -up post Jo-Lynne! This is very helpful to read. I feel that it’s hard to find a foundation. I wear the 24hour Lancome and it stays on until I take it off. However, it can be a little dry looking if I don’t use a good moisturizer underneath. I have found that most foundations wear off or have too much moisture for me. This seems to be a good balance.

  9. Also, have found a perfect color match with Lancome so just stick with it. Thanks again for the post!!! Have a great week!

      1. Finding the right mascara has been difficult. I don’t like it when they smudge. I will try the Lancôme. I have really enjoyed your fight the frump posts. Thanks

  10. I’m desperate to find something that fills or helps with lines above upper lip. This is the only face aging issue I am having, but it is driving me crazy! Help??

    1. Try a primer under your foundation. Two that I think work really well at smoothing over lines/wrinkles are Clarins Instant Smooth Perfecting Touch and Benefit The POREfessional. I had to quit using the Benefit one because I found it was making me break out with these tiny little bumps but I loved how well it worked. Another one that works well at smoothing is the Make Up Forever Step 1 Smoothing Primer. Hope this helps!

  11. These are great tips! I also struggle with finding the right foundation… I have rosacea that is getting worse with age and it is hard to find something to cover the redness yet doesn’t look too cakey. There are lots of topics to cover in makeup as we are aging… would love to see more makeup tutorials from you.. I know you have done some in the past but it has been a while!! (*ahem… * cough cough*) 🙂

  12. Great post (as always). I put a mirror in my pantry with an extra tube of lipstick for exactly the same reason you mentioned–forgetting to freshen up when guests arrive! Love the Sigma brush recommendation–just pushed the buttons to purchase 🙂

  13. I agree love this post … Seems like every year my makeup needs are changing because my skin is changing with menopause …not fun Thanks for all your help I have tried it all . Exfoliating is a must …under eye becomes more of a need and also the upper lip and then there’s Nail polish colors. I read the other day the new trend is to match your nails to your lip and shoes color I thought that was interesting

  14. Great post! We have about the same coloring and I’m wondering what lipsticks you currently use the most. I’m really trying to find a flattering nude color. Thanks!

  15. Too faced has a good waterproof mascara. So good that I actually had to buy the same brand remover that comes with the wand to take it off

    I am not a fan of ‘they’re real’ at all. I like ‘bad gal ‘from benefit. So much better for layering

  16. Love ideas
    I hv enjoyed using nutregena eye shadow
    With primer
    Easy for work…
    Also argan oil perfect mositurizer
    Thanks for all tips!

  17. Another fabulous fight the frump post! Thank you to you and all of the people who have left comments. All of it is very informative. Jo-Lynne, you mention that you don’t line your lower lid but rather use eye shadow. What product/color do you use? I use all Lancôme products and I swear by them. Pricey but worth it. I especially like the mascara and the Renergie Lift Makeup.

  18. “Less is more”… Much needed advice I despise LOL
    I love makeup.
    It’s a big challenge for me to not over apply or go for dramatic looks., but I am learning to love a more natural and neutral style for myself……learning…. But not there yet…
    Helpful post.! Thank you!!

  19. Great post! I am a makeup lover. I always wear a red or a pink lipstick. And I am guilty of a dark eyeliner but have started using less on the lower lids. I have tried a brown liner but it makes me look like I am sick. Will have to try a gray. My biggest problem is foundation. I hate it. I use a BB cream but need more in the winter months. I am using IT cosmetics now but may need to try a new one.

  20. Great post! Like you, Jo-Lynne, I really don’t like wearing make up, and my husband is partly to blame because he always tells me I’m beautiful without it and “it’s not a beauty contest.” If I can sleep 20 minutes longer instead of allowing time to put on a face, I will chose the sleep a good bit of the time. One tip I learned years ago about helping blend in my blush is to rub the outer edges with a cotton ball. If we wear eye glasses, can we get away with black eyeliner without it aging us? My lenses are transitional, so they tint in brighter lit areas.

  21. Great post! My issue is foundation… can’t find the correct color or they make my skin look dry. I don’t wear it over the summer when I get some color but like it during the winter months. Use tons of moisturizer and still don’t like the finished look.

    1. I have very dry skin, and the only foundation that works for me is Cover Girl Smoothers Hydrating Makeup. It goes on smoothly, doesnt dry out, and it’s gentle on my sensitive skin. It’s relatively inexpensive, too, and comes in a lot of colors.

  22. Your comment about tanning your body made me shake my head. Skin cancer and wrinkles is no respecter of body parts. After being a sun worshiper for years, I finally saw the light and stopped any sort of tanning. After 10 years of un-doing sun damage, I can really spot the sun damage on people’s skin now. Especially women’s chests. I think the key to easy eye looks is high quality brushes. If your budget allows, get some of Wayne Goss brushes. He also has excellent tutorials on You Tube. My favorite mascara is the Chanel le volumn de Chanel. It comes in both water resistant and water proof. I love the Urban Decay eye liner pencils. Glides right on and easy to smudge but lasts all day. As you age, try putting your eye liner on from the underside of your upper lashes. Easy peasy! As for foundation, is there such a thing as the “perfect” one? LOL. I am probably one of your oldest viewers, at 69, but I get compliments on my skin and makeup every time I go into Sephora, so I must be doing something right. I enjoy your blog and filter what would look good on me and what is perhaps not appropriate for me at my age, and go from there. That’s how I fight the frump.

    1. Oh it’s 95% self tanner these days. I hear ya on the sun. I still have to change foundation tho. 🙂

      I’ve heard great things about Wayne Goss brushes. I’ll check out his tutorials.

  23. Yikes! All these different suggestions is giving me a headache! LOL.

    I’m 55 and do not wear makeup. I realize it’s probably aging me but I’ve spent hundreds (or more) dollars over the last few years trying to find the best foundation that is light but provides coverage. Zilch! Every time I find something I think I’ll like I wear it one time and the never wear it again. It all just feels too H E A V Y! Especially here in Texas. 🙁

    Does anyone have any suggestions on a light foundation for someone fair skinned that is not heavy at all? And that won’t cake up etc? I’m guessing there is probably not such a thing … boo hoo.

    Great tips, though, Jo Lynne!

    1. Well, at the end of the day, they’re all just general suggestions for best practices. Every woman has to do what feels right to her. I do think you might like the Jane Iredale mineral foundation. Mineral powder foundations tend to be very light. CC Creams do as well although I haven’t found one I love. Admittedly, I haven’t tried a ton. I hate wasting money trying new things that I end up throwing away b/c I go back to my old faithfuls, so I don’t try out a lot of new stuff. Others might have some ideas, but if you hate it and never wear it, you probably won’t start now. 🙂

      1. I hope what I said didn’t sound negative – I didn’t mean it that way – I just meant it’s so frustrating for me. All your information and all the suggestions are great.

        But you’re right – I will probably never wear any since I’ve not been able to find what I like – you know the perfect foundation, etc. Does it even exist? LOL.

        I’ll read up on the Jane Iredale mineral foundation to see what I think. Thanks again for all the great information it really is very helpful. 🙂

        1. It’s all good! You didn’t sound negative, I sensed your frustration. 🙂 I just want to encourage you (and anyone reading along who feels the same) to take articles like this with a grain of salt. We all have to weigh the fashion/beauty advice out there with our own comfort level and what works for us. 🙂

        2. I’m also from Texas & hate heavy foundations but a few years ago I started using Bare Minerals & I love it!! It’s very light & looks & feels natural ????

    2. Hi, GIna! This is Diane, also from Texas,! In the summer, I skip foundation and wear Revlon’s Photoready BB Cream. It is inexpensive, light, and a 30 SPF! In the winter, I might stick with that or wear L’Oreal True Match Healthy Luminous foundation. Hope this is helpful and maybe one or both works for you!

        1. Hi! I also live in a hot/humid climate in the South. I have been very happy with Clinique’s “Super Balanced” foundation. My skin is pretty light and so I use the color “alabaster”. It’s got some coverage, but I think it feels very light and comfortable. Wishing you good luck in finding the right one for you–even if you don’t wear it all the time, it’s so nice to have something that works for you up your sleeve in case you need it.

    3. Hi. I like Revision foundation. I get it through my dermatologist– it is light but covers well and confirms to your skin tone. Julie L

    4. If you don’t want to spend any more money, head into a Sephora or Blue Mercury and if they recommend something, ask them to make you a sample–they can make a sample of anything–ask for enough to try it out for a few days and if it works out, you can try it. I have had lots of success with Dr. Jart which I found through Birch Box (another way you can try lots of things without over spending). I do this a lot because I have sensitive skin and have to make sure I am not allergic before I buy something. You can actually return anything to Sephora if you don’t like it. Just look at the receipt for details.

  24. Oh no! I wear eyeliner under my eyes everyday. In fact, sometimes in the summer that’s all I wear…sunscreen and eyeliner!! I know some people that actually have it tattooed on.

  25. For some reason I haven’t been getting your e-mails this week. I added you to my contact list, but still no e-mails!

  26. I’m thinking of having my makeup professionally done just to try something new. I feel like I have been wearing the same thing for years and maybe it’s time for a change . Any suggestions on where I should go? Lancôme counter? MAC? Sephora?

    1. Maybe ask around locally and see who people like? I have heard pros and cons about Sephora. In general, I think the women at Lancome are very well trained, and their products are great. I’ve had good luck at MAC but they can be very young (in my store, anyway) and heavy on the makeup application. I do think that sort of thing varies though. Sometimes I walk through a department store until I see someone behind a makeup counter who looks about my age and her makeup looks great and I just stop and ask her for help.

  27. Oh Jolynne! I loved this post and reading everyone’s comments! I love Chanel’s CC cream during the summer (50spf!) and I always try to use a foundation primer. My biggest concern, as I age, are my thinking eyebrows! You introduced me to Anastasia’s Eye Brow Wiz! I will be forever grateful. I use it along with Laura Mercier’s eye brow definer! And I also love Laura Mercier’s eye primer “Eye Basics”!

    1. I’m so glad that Brow Wiz works for you! I love it. I think someone commenting here tipped me off about it. Have you tried her eyebrow gel? My brows are sparse but long, thanks to Rodan + Fields Lash Boost and they can be a little out of control sometimes. I probably should use a gel to keep them in place.

  28. This is a great post!! What I have learned as I get older is what goes on under the foundation is just as important as the foundation itself. Great moisturizer can prevent caking of the foundation. I completely agree about great exfoliation. And I am in love with the Philosophy exfoliating wash with vitamin C. Also SUNSCREEN! Which is hard because I am allergic to everything…but if you have sensitive skin, I found the BEST sunscreen: Clinique mineral sunscreen fluid for the face. Doesn’t burn or give me a rash. Also, just this summer: Alba Sensitive Skin spray for the body–first spray I am able to use. If you like black eyeliner (I do too) the Kat Von D tattoo eyeliner is fantastic. You can get a thin & precise line right up against your lash line. I am about to order your concealer recommendations from an earlier blog…need to try something new.

  29. Love the makeup information. What do we “ladies of a certain age” do about the fine facial hair that appears on our cheeks and chin/lip areas? Any tips from you or the other readers will be appreciated.

      1. My hair stylist mentioned that to me. Might have to check it out….yes, aging is grand. I’ve got a few years on you, but you’re keeping us cute!

  30. Great post and helpful comments from those who read your blog. I’ve returned to this post multiple times because I didn’t want to miss any of the comments.  Thank you for all you do for us!  

  31. Thanks for the tips! I’ve been working on my make up technique now that I’ve gone back to work as an Advancement Director. I did wear make up before, but now I want people to remember who I am and take me seriously. Where I live in Delaware County, casual is the usual day wear. I wear nicer outfits from Talbot’s and Loft that are more dressed up along with sparkly jewelry and more time spent on make up.

    I still struggle with doing the eyes. I think I need to go to a make up counter and get some tips. I also like the tips about lipstick. I go light and dark depending on what I’m wearing. Having light olive skin helps.

    1. Hey Barb, I struggle with the eyes too. I just watched this video and it’s very interesting: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RMRYzHLe4Yk

      What I always take away from eye makeup videos is how much time they take and how precise you have to be to use several colors properly. Sometimes I just put grey on my lid and call it a day, lol!! But I tried her technique (with my own eye shadow palette) and I really liked the effect.

  32. A quick note of thanks to everyone who offered suggestions for lighter foundations for me.

    Jo-Lynne I know you know this but you have an AWESOME group of followers!

  33. These are helpful tips! I’m a fan of the Mac Spice lip liner too. I love a dark lip but agree that the older I get, it might not be the best shade for me. I also love the Anastasia Brow Wiz! Enjoy the long weekend!

    Doused in Pink

  34. Hey Jo-Lynne.  I think it would be very helpful for all….I know me, if you could give us a list of the products and colors you use from brow down that you’ve mentioned.  I have read one thing I’d like to try, then scroll down and forget where they were mentioned. Thanks. 🙂  I’m especially interested in the Brow Wiz?  

  35. Hi Jo-Lynne, Can you recommend a concealer or corrector for age spots? Love your blog — you help me stay updated!!

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