Beauty By Age

Published July 24, 2019

What is your favourite beauty trend of the past few decades? While the search to conform to the ideals of beauty is a universal one, the ideal itself has undergone drastic changes as the decades passed by. Is there even any point of comparison between the pencil – thin brows favoured by the Hollywood beauties of the 1930s and the thick browed trend that you see on celebrities today? The pale faced, rosy cheeked debutante that was the ideal of the early 1900s has morphed into the golden skinned, bronzed goddess ideal of today. We talk about how fast technology changes but we rarely stop to think about how the dynamics of an ever changing society affects our ideal standard of beauty. Beauty is not a static thing that stands still, the wonderful thing about beauty is that it reacts to the changes around it and continues to evolve.


Fortunately we live in a world where beauty is not constrained to one single ideal. The big wide world has been transformed into a global community connected by the latest advances in technology. The world wide web has made the sharing of information an inescapable aspect of modern life from the latest Instagram post of your friend to the most recent  you tube tutorial of your favourite vlogger. This has paved the way for beauty trends to make their way across the world at the click of a button or a swipe of a finger. So now you are more apt to see a sun kissed, full face contoured goddess bump into a glass skin loving, gradient lipped beauty. We can have these two popular beauty ideals from opposing parts of the world roaming the streets of our modern cities

However there seems to be one ingredient common to all these beauty routines and that is making sure that you start off with a foundation that is a perfect match for your skin. It doesn’t matter if you are going for a bronzed goddess glow or a porcelain faced doll, it all starts with a foundation that matches your skin tone and fits your skin type.

Finding the right foundation in your teens is your first win but not the last battle you will need to win. As we age our skin also matures with us and what might have been perfect for us in our teens might be ill suited for the more mature version of us. That is why it is very important to find your new favourite makeup for mature skin.

As people mature, their skin will reflect the years of habits that they have exposed it to. Finding make up suitable for mature skin will help you address the toll that your younger years have taken on your skin. It may take quite a bit of a search before you find the right cosmetics and tools for your newly matured skin but once you have identified your new Holy Grail cosmetic items your skin will definitely thank you for it.

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