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Beauty through
the ages

Whether you’re 20, 30, 40, or over 50, we have the tips you need to look your best at any age.

By Laetitia Beretti
at 20, Fusion Beauty, Stila, Cargo...
At 20
In your twenties, your skin is healthy, plump, smooth, and bright. Even still, it’s impossible to avoid a few imperfections every now and then. You can easily hide these with a mattifying foundation or a BB cream. For your eyes, keep it simple with a trace of eyeliner, coloured or black, or a pearl eyeshadow. Highlight your lips with a pink gloss.
at 30, Fusion Beauty, Cargo, Stila, Lise Watier...
At 30
A hectic life and the effects of fatigue means you have to give your skin a little help. Make your skin look radiant and fresh by picking a foundation with a shimmer finish. For your eyes, rely on a smokey eye look in the evening with intensely coloured eyeshadow. For your lips, go for a natural look with nude colours or glam it up with a matte finish burgundy lipstick.
at 40, Fusion Beauty, Stila, Babor, Lise Watier...
At 40
At 40, the skin starts to show signs of aging. To avoid accentuating wrinkles, use a moisturizing lifting foundation and hide dark circles and small spots with a concealer. Using coral blush on your cheekbones will make your skin look fresh. On your eyelashes, a few layers of mascara are enough to accentuate your eyes.
at 50, Cargo, Babor, Lise Watier...
At 50+
For mature skin, dab small amounts of foundation on your trouble zones. To boost your eyes, use champagne-coloured, brown, or plum-coloured matte eyeshadow. For your lips, accentuate the shape by drawing a pencil contour, which also helps to avoid lipstick seeping between fine lines. Complete the look and add brightness by using a satin finish lipstick.
Laetitia Beretti
Laetitia is a beauty editor who has worked with various magazines such as Coup de pouce, Clin d’oeil, Moi & Cie and Huffington Post. Her passion for beauty and desire to understand the secrets behind the different mechanisms of the skin led her to study in the field of Science and Cosmetology, before working as a trainer and a journalist.

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