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    3 Lipstick Mistakes That Make You Look Older Than You Are

    Every woman wants to look her most beautiful, but we don’t always know the best way to do that. In this post, we’re going to discuss three lipstick mistakes that will cause you to look older than you really are, and how to avoid them! Lipstick mistakes can be easy to make if you don’t know what you’re doing, so we’ll take you step by step through how to avoid these common ones.

    1) Not Exfoliating Your Lips
    The skin on your lips is thinner and more delicate than the rest of your face, so you want to be extra gentle when exfoliating. Wash it with a non-scented soap and use a lip scrub two to three times per week. Scrub from the center outwards in gentle circular motions, then rinse well. Apply a lip balm that contains SPF 15 or higher to keep them hydrated. Too Much Lip Color: Remember that lipstick colors are just as intense close up as they are far away. Apply sparingly, especially for daytime wear; instead, opt for an opaque gloss or stain for an evening look. Using Colors That Don’t Match Your Skin Tone: If your favorite shade makes you look washed out rather than lit up, avoid wearing it at all costs.


    2) Wearing the Wrong Shade
    If your natural lip color is pale and your lips are naturally thin, it’s best to avoid a dark lipstick because it will make you look older than you actually are. Instead, opt for a nude-pink or peachy-pink shade that will compliment your skin tone. Don’t Skip Moisturizer: If you have dry lips, it’s essential to put some type of moisturizer on them before applying any type of lip product. Lipsticks tend to cling to dry patches, so moisturizing beforehand can help prevent this from happening.

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    3) Applying Too Much
    Applying too much lipstick can have the opposite effect of what you’re going for. If you apply too much, it will not only look like you have a huge mouth but it will also age your face and make your lips look thin. It is always important to match the intensity of the color with the size of your mouth. If you have a small mouth, don’t apply a bright red lipstick! Instead, opt for a softer hue that will still stand out but won’t be overpowering. When applying lipstick, use one finger or your clean fingertips to glide over your lips in a V shape starting at the center of your bottom lip and ending at the center of your top lip. Apply just enough pressure so that you can see where the color is on your lips but not so much pressure that you are rubbing off any excess product.

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