OK, we get it. Aging is a part of life and unfortunately there is no machine (yet) that can stop the hands of time from marching across our face. However, just because we haven’t discovered the fountain of youth, doesn’t mean we can’t fool people into thinking we have. The best way to beat the aging game is to focus on the eyes. Considering the eye area is the most sensitive and prone to lines and wrinkles, it’s no surprise they’re usually the first to give our age away. While, some turn to plastic surgery to keep their peepers youthful and taut, there are other less invasive avenues we can take that are just as effective. Check out how our tips on how to fake an eyelift, sans surgery! You’re welcome!
1. Invest in a Great Eye Serum or Cream
Before applying makeup, you need to do your due diligence in preventing and treating signs of aging by enlisting the help of a great eye product. Get your hands on a heavy-duty eye cream or serum that will promote elasticity and cell turnover as well as instantly tighten and firm the area.
Use a light-colored shadow — like a champagne or pearl -- near the lash line and up to the crease. Apply a slightly deeper shade along the crease and blend in well.
A little (emphasis on the little) highlighter can be super effective in making the eye area look more lifted and youthful. Simply dab a little along the arch of your brow and blend in so there’s just a subtle glow. This will help create a lifting effect. It doesn’t seem like much of a move, but you’d be surprised what a difference it makes!
Product Recommendations: L’Oréal Paris Magic Lumi Highlighter, Maybelline Dream Lumi Touch Highlighting Concealer
Full, long lashes help brighten and widen your eyes, making them appear more perky and youthful. Use a lengthening and volumizing mascara that will lift and boost your lashes.
About the Author:Angela helps inspire and inform the Makeup.com audience by delivering the latest beauty tips, tricks and trends.
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