Just because you're a grandmother doesn't mean you can't look fabulous! A recentHarper's BAZAAR article focuses on some of the key ways women in their 60s can look young and beautiful:
- Hair – Celebrity hair colorist Sharon Dorramtells the news outlet that many women over the age of 60 make the mistake of going completely blonde, which can make their face look washed out. To prevent this, Dorram suggests maintaining your natural base color. Also, try to avoid using strong hair sprays. "Nothing looks more aging than a stiff head of hair," reports the source.
- Makeup – "In the past, you may have relied on concealer to hide imperfections, but in your 60s foundation should be your main source of coverage," explains the news outlet. "We like Dior's serum foundation packed with anti-aging ingredients." And, if you're trying to regain that youthful glow that you once had, use a rose-colored blush on the apples of your cheeks and finish it off with a touch of bronzer.
- Skin – To smooth the lines around the lip area, considerBelotero, a hyaluronic acid filler that's specially designed to integrate into your skin and mold to your distinct facial contours. The result is a natural look that can erase years from your face.
If you're interested in getting Botox injections, chemical peels or a dermal filler like Beloteroto regain your youthful appearance, you'll be happy to hear that Long Island plastic surgeon Dr. James Marottaspecializes in these and other non-invasive procedures. Dr. Marotta will work with you to understand the exact results you're hoping to attain and use his expertise to help you look your very best.