Whatever your age, there is no time like the present to look after your skin. Being able to maintain a glowy and dewy complexion is the dream after all, right? It is possible to achieve this look through the help of makeup, of course. But there are steps you can take, to having beautiful dewy skin naturally. It can be done, even for the most tired and worn out of skin. Here are a few ways that you can achieve this look.
“She looks like mutton dressed as lamb.”
The dreaded phrase none of us ever want people to say about us as we get older.
Over the years, you start to realise that less is more when it comes to your clothing. The number of items in your wardrobe declines and you settle for simpler, more versatile pieces. Getting older doesn’t mean that fashion has to go out the window though. Invest in these timeless items to ensure you stay looking stylish day in day out.
Divorce later in life is more often than not caused by growing apart. In recent years there has been a rise in divorce rates for the over 45’s. In the world of celebrity, we can see it happened to Danny Devito and Rhea Perlman, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver and Al and Tipper Gore. After children have flown the nest and you and your spouse are left alone, you may find that you actually don’t have that much in common anymore. Let’s take a look at some of the reasons why more couples are getting divorced later in life.
Do you have dry or discolored skin? Before you run out and buy new skincare products, go the DIY route. With ingredients straight out of your kitchen, you can achieve brighter, clearer skin. The bonus is that you’ll spoil yourself with a bit of pampering!
It’s no wonder that so many women fear ageing. When a man ages he becomes a ‘silver fox’, whereas at our first appearance of grey hair or wrinkles we are deemed as ‘old’ or ‘haggard’. Unfortunately, it does just seem to be in our genetics that us girls age quicker than our male counterparts. If you’re happy to rock what nature gave you and grow old gracefully, then we fully support you! But if you’re in need of a bit of a confidence boost when it comes to your ageing face, take a look at the ideas below…
It is often said that laughter is the best medicine. So if you’re feeling down, try to flash those pearly whites. Whether the weather is bad, you’ve got too much work on, had an argument with your partner, or you’re just not feeling all too chipper, grin and bear it. Smiling alone can help improve your day. Here’s how:
As we get older, we have to pay attention to our health in different ways. Women’s bodies change and are more at risk for various diseases and health problems. We are now living longer than ever before, but it means having to watch out for a number of issues. Women can have trouble advocating for themselves when it comes to medical matters. Although men are generally seen as being reluctant to go to the doctor, women can also feel shy about going.
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Okay, let’s say that your beauty drawers and bathroom cabinets are rammed with facial skin products. You’ve got lotions and potions, oils and scrubs, face brushes and masks galore. But even still, nothing seems to be helping. Read on for a guide to some of the most effective ways of dealing with common skin issues!
It is quite something to think about how far we have come as a human race over the years. Do you ever find yourself waiting for something – a coffee, a cab or a ready meal – and resenting the time it is taking? Most of us do. And then you bear in mind that, just twenty years ago, that thing you are waiting for would have taken longer and been worse when you got it. The result of progress, it seems, is more impatience first and foremost.
You love wearing makeup on your eyes. It accentuates their beauty and makes your appearance more striking, plus it’s often fun to experiment with the latest beauty trends. But make sure you’re careful about how you wear makeup on your eyes as it can be dangerous.
When your child is sick, your whole household could be thrown into turmoil. There’s a lot more to have to juggle with your regular work and household. But now you have a new priority: getting your child healthy again. Are you dreading the day when your child catches a fever or cold? Don’t panic; here are our dos and don’ts of nursing your kids.