A makeup artist has listed three essential items every woman over 50 should have in her makeup bag. Pauline Briscoe has worked in the makeup industry for over 20 years.....CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE>>>

Her work has appeared in editorials such as Vogue, Glamour, The Sunday Times Style magazine, ES magazine, and Fabulous magazine to name but a few.

The beauty expert turned her hand to makeup on TV shows such as Loose Women, Lorraine, The X Factor, The Voice, and Strictly Come Dancing and has worked on the likes of Serena Williams and Fern Cotton, among others. She shares her makeup expertise on her Instagram account @paulinebriscoe.

Whatsmore, Pauline is a member of SmileDirectClub’s Confidence Council, which aims to boost the nation’s confidence levels.

So, what does she recommend women over 50 stock their makeup bags with?

1. A tinted lip balm:

“A tinted lip balm provides colour as well as hydrating and repairing damaged, cracked lips,” Pauline said. “It also helps to soften wrinkles and lines.”

Shoppers after a tinted lip balm could try the Burt’s Bees Tinted Lip Balm, £4.49 from the cult brand. For a high-end option, there is the NARS Afterglow Lip Balm, which comes in various shades and costs £19.20.

2. Lip gloss:

Pauline said: “A lip gloss is always a winner if you have smaller lips as it will create the illusion of a plump fleshy pout. I always say your look is never complete without a smile!”

For a cheap option try Makeup Revolution Pout Bomb Plumping Gloss, £3.75.

Another beauty expert shared one of the biggest mistakes when it comes to makeup, which can make you look much older.

Celebrity permanent make-up artist Sarah Amelia Fogg said: “Brows are the most common area I see where people make mistakes that age them.

“Neglecting your brows completely can make you look older, especially if you have sparse brows.

“Similarly, going too heavy on the product can also age you….CONTINUE READING THE FULL ARTICLE>>>

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