The secret to hiding forehead wrinkles with makeup
It’s also important to find the right concealer. Mario Dedivanovic, Kim Kardashian’s go-to makeup artist, told InStyle, “One of the biggest mistakes I see is choosing the wrong shade of concealer. If the concealer is too light, it can end up looking gray or chalky, drawing more attention to fine lines and wrinkles.” After you’ve found a color that matches your skin, check the concealer’s texture. Dedivanovic explained, “Try to avoid dry concealers, as they tend to stick and are not as easily blendable or flexible. Rather, look for a weightless concealer with both coverage and moisture.”
Even once you’ve primed, applied foundation, and concealer, there’s still more you can do to give your complexion that youthful look. “A warm coral or peach cream blush blended on the apples of cheeks and over cheekbones perks up skin so your features look balanced,” Lucero said. “And shimmery eyeshadow draws attention to the eyes rather than your forehead.”
Makeup can go a long way towards hiding those wrinkles. Just remember, aging is natural, attractiveness is subjective, and beauty exists at every age.