7 Ways To Conceal Your Fine Lines & Wrinkles

Getting older happens to us all but we’re very lucky these days that we have lots of wrinkle correction treatments out there that can help us tackle the signs of ageing successfully. You might have already started thinking about certain cosmetic procedures like thread lifts and similar, but if you’re not there yet here are a few other ways you can go about hiding your fine lines and wrinkles.

Bobbi Brown Instant Confidence Stick

This can be used on all skin types to help blur the look of wrinkles and fine lines. It’s ultra-lightweight, colourless and will allow your skin to breathe – so you won’t even be able to tell you have it on. You can use it to help control shine throughout the day or just use it as a primer underneath your favourite foundation.

Moisturiser with hyaluronic acid

As you get older, your skin will naturally get drier, which will mean your wrinkles and fine lines appear more prominent. Look out for a top moisturiser that has hyaluronic acid in it, as this will help to make your skin appear plumper.

Use a light foundation

If you use a heavy foundation with a matte finish, chances are you’re making yourself look older than you actually are. Find yourself a good light foundation with lots of moisturiser in it to help save your skin. You can always use a concealer to hide any blemishes before you put your foundation on. (Hot tip – if you want to make your hands look younger as well, avoid wearing dark nail polish. Something light or neutral will give your hands a more youthful appearance, as well as making your fingers look longer.)

Drink more water

Fine lines around your eyes can actually be the result of dehydration, so give them more of a chance to repair themselves by drinking a big glass of water before going to bed. Heading to bed earlier is also wise if you’re worried about how your eyes are faring.

Sheer primer

Don’t try and cover up the fine lines and wrinkles at your eyes and at your temples using foundation. This will only make them stand out more. Instead, opt for a sheer primer with lots of moisturiser in it to help smooth out any fine lines.

Get a fringe

If you think the lines on your forehead are becoming a bit too pronounced but you’re still not sure if you want to have cosmetic surgery just yet, why don’t you head to the hairdresser and get a fringe put in? This is a really youthful haircut and will hide all the frown lines you think you have. What could possibly be better than that?

Wear a Frownie

Another option is to invest in a Frownie, stiff bandages that keep your skin in place while you sleep. It’s supposed be a natural way of preventing wrinkles from forming and could certainly be worth a try.

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