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From embracing grey hair to wondering how to deal with a sudden abundance of hair on your face, with age 60 (and beyond) comes a whole new set of beauty aspirations and dilemmas. Beauty is not the sole preserve of the young, yet older women are constantly bombarded with a million different lotions and potions for anti-ageing, while genuine makeup tips and beauty products for the same age group are few and far between. So here's our comprehensive guide to over 60s beauty - the tips, the tricks, the dos and the don'ts.
There's long been a taboo around going grey, for women at least. Grey doesn't fit with the impossible beauty standards of mainstream media, and women have been dyeing and highlighting their hair for decades to hide what should really be considered a badge of honour. But, with a multitude of fashionable women turning their backs on those unfair expectations, there's no better time to take the plunge and embrace your natural colour. Here's our advice on everything from how a haircut can ease the transition, to how to deal with the awkward in-between stage when you're half grey and half...well, not.
It happens to us all. You find a cut that works for you and then 15 years later you're looking in the mirror realising it probably went out of fashion at least a decade ago. But if you've had the epiphany and decided your hairstyle needs refreshing, here's a little inspiration. Find out what will suit you, what to watch out for - and a few ideas if you feel like being particularly daring...
Whether it's choosing a new foundation or modifying your eye makeup to work with skin that might have lost a little of its elasticity, Jane Cunningham, a.k.a British Beauty Blogger, has the makeup tips and tricks that every older woman should know.
What is the difference between a BB and a CC cream? What are the advantages of each? And which one is right for your needs and skin type? It just so happens that we have the answers to these burning questions...
Every woman wants healthy-looking, bright skin, no matter what age they are, and while maintaining a healthy diet will go a long way to imroving your skin's appearance, there are a few little makeup tricks that will do the rest of the work for you.
Few women will escape the inevitable onslaught of chin hairs, fluff or whiskers as they get older (sorry to be the bearers of bad news). There is, however, most definitely a right way and a wrong way to remove it. Here are the most common hair removal techniques, rated from best to worst.
Women often suffer from sparse or patchy eyebrows as they get older (or end up paying for a bit of over-plucking in earlier years!), but there's no need to put up with it. These solutions could be just what you're looking for, from accelerating hair growth, to permanent solutions to thin eyebrows.
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