Correct Aging with Makeup, Eyes, Lines, Face Wrinkles, Lips, Mature Women, Beauty over 50


Hey awesome ones so today I’m going to
talk about corrective makeup. Now I remember when I in the 80s when I….was
modeling there were women in their early 30s getting their eyes lifted. And and I
honestly, that was the thing to do. Get your eyes lifted. Now I’m 63 now and
I’ve come to this age without getting the eye lift or the fillers or any of
that other sort of the needles. And kind of vowed not to do it at all. I want to
grow old gracefully, but I’ve had to really correct a lot of
things. Like I just started getting these droopy eyes and the droopy face and
gowls and all kinds of stuff.But even if you don’t wear a lot of makeup or maybe
you stopped wearing makeup, this video, use as much or as less as you want. And I
really, really hope it helps to correct some of those things and give our face
what it deserves, a little correction! Okay, so I know I’m looking a little bit
weird here. I’m actually half faced. I like that better than two-faced. So what
I’m trying to do here is I’m really trying to speak to all those women
out there who really have some situations that need some correcting.
Like maybe you stopped wearing makeup altogether maybe you never even wore
makeup before, but I know for myself there’s a big difference in this kind of
look. Look what happened to my eyes they got all droopy and I corrected them. You
know there’s, there’s age spots happening on our face, there’s all kinds of things.
The whole point of this video is to show you with a little bit, you can use as
little or as much as you want with a little bit of corrective makeup it might
just give you that confidence boost. You know maybe, I’ve heard some women in the
comments, they’re saying to me, well you know what, I didn’t know
how to do my makeup anymore. My eyes were drooping. The old ways didn’t work
anymore and you know what, I let myself go. Well we can’t let ourselves go that
way you know. We need our confidence back and if you’re saying I just let myself
go, it’s time to let’s change things around again. You know what, we are
amazing women we’re amazing mature women and we can do so much in this world. So
it’s just a little bit of a confidence builder and let’s get into some of the
magic of makeup. So let’s take a look at some of the corrections. The eyebrows.
Are you guys losing your hair and your eyebrows? Because mine’s going for sure.
This side hardly had any hair left at this part, but you can see the difference
in the eyebrows that we have sort of brought up a little bit of an eye lift
here with what we did in the correctiveness. And remember you can use as much
or as little of the makeup. Maybe you want to skip some steps that’s fine, but
the next is the hooded droopy eyes that just showed up for me.
And never were there before. And as you can see with the eyes I’ve really really
made a difference here. Even when I’m smiling this side just
looks a little sadder. And yeah, so you know this is a very wonderful technique
for bringing the eye up. I also put a little sparkle here and let’s go
underneath the eyes right now. Now underneath the eyes, I do have some
makeup lights here, so maybe you can’t see it as well on this side as you can
on this side, but underneath here I have very thin skin. It’s almost purpley. You
know sometimes I even have the bags under my eyes. Not toda,y but usually I
have a little bags underneath my eyes so I want to cover those up. I also have my
age spots and actually this sides worse than this side, but you can see there’s a
little mark there. I actually have a mark here on my eyelid. I’ve got these little
guys on the side, so you know I need to cover those up. I’ll show you all about
that. Also a little bit of blush, a little bit of color, a little bit of
cover-up with the makeup. And what is going on with our lips. I don’t know. I hardly
have any color to my lips. I guess when you get older you lose the color in your
lips. What!!! And so of course I’ve added a nice peach here. A little bit of eye
lining, oh sorry, lip lining around. Sometimes when we just put on
lipstick it bleeds into these little wrinkles that are forming up here. So the
lip liner because it’s more of a pencil it helps you not to have that happen. So
that’s what I’ve done there and oh yeah, contouring. Want to show the cheekbones a
little bit more. They’re kind of like lost on this side a little bit. And the
jowls. I hate saying jowls,
but you know what, I’ve got a little bit of contouring up here so it doesn’t show
up as much and let’s get into how I did those applications of makeup.So here I
am again. Keeping it real. No makeup on, but I do have some primer on half of my
face and I’m going to like I said, I’m just gonna do half of my face with this
corrective kind of makeup. Now I will tell you that the face side that I’m
going to do I consider my worst side. Like if you really take a look at the
two sides, this has got like a giant age spot freckle spot I don’t even know what
it is. It’s also got, I think it’s keratosis. I’ve been to the dermatologist
they’ve looked at it, but like this side of my face is a real mess. And what
I’m going to try to do is make this side of my face really more corrective. So
that it looks even better than my good side. So let’s start off with concealer.
This is really the magic of correcting. It,s really one of the most important
ones and as you can see I’ve got to conceal and correct a lot of things on this face
of mine. I have dark circles. Sometimes I even have a little bit of a lift of a
bag under my eyes. I have this, like I told you, this mark here, this mark here,
this mark here. I’ve got them all over the place, but I am using a brush like this for the
concealer. And if you…..you know what I’m going to put a link up here for the
brush video that I did, because I’m going to be probably talking about 7 to 10
different brushes and maybe you don’t know which brush to buy. So that video is
really going to help quite a bit. So I have a concealer here that is maybe just
a touch lighter than my skin tone and yes you probably can see some of the
names of the products, but I will have a link in the description back to the
blog where you see the products maybe even purchase
some products. And yeah we get a little Commission. Gotta say that and you know
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for supporting the channel. I really appreciate it.
Back to the corrections here. So I just sort of dabbed that onto this brush as
you can see here and let’s do a little bit of magic here. So I usually start
right inside the eye because it’s kind of purple here. Do that and then what I
want to do here is actually create some makeup. So I won’t be putting, I’m using a
mineral powder today. I won’t be putting that in this part of the eye. So I do
want to make sure that all of this darkness is covered up. So I’m gonna do
this and you guys know I like to use these five blenders that I have on this
hand, my fingers and there you go now. It’s a bit shiny I know that, but I’m
going to resolve that shortly as well. So I still have a little bit of concealer
on here. I’m going to use three different kinds of concealers. Yeah you’ve got that
right. Three of them. So yeah as you age and all that sort of thing, you need to have
a few more tools in your tool kit. But now for this keratosis and this
darkening here, all I do is, I just sort of Pat this one, still the same one
that I used. This is actually a Mac concealer that I’m using here. Put that
on. There’s some redness correctiveness I have to do here, because there’s some
redness at the side of my nose and I know I’m doing half but I’m still
gonna put a little bit down the nose here. Cuz there’s always a few little
blood vessels and things that sort of pop up there. Now as you’re looking at my
face I’m gonna wipe this off in a tissue here. You’re going to say well what about
the big mark there. I could still seem to some darkness
underneath here, and yeah you’re right. So I need a much thicker, thicker concealer
here and let’s do that. Which is this one? Disappearing act. I’ll
make sure I put a link for that one. This is thick. And that little one that I put
there before was a lot more liquid and you can see how this is going on. It’s
just absolutely covering it up. Check that out it’s pretty well gone
right now but I’ve noticed that I still with all of this, I’ve still got this
kind of line underneath here. Now that’s an indentation. So I even had that when I
was modeling in the in the 80s and people had to do some magic with it, but
I kept my eyes open to see what they were doing. So young or old, this could maybe help you. I use a really light concealer for this. There we go and you
know I use this concealer on my hands at night to cover up those dark spots, but yeah
just at the tip of the brush, what I’m going to do here is, just go along that
line and it just kind of lightens it up a bit.
Now Marian, I think they’re called marionette lines. I mean what a terrible
name for them I don’t like it, but anyway my marionette lines. Oh yes I’ve got them
here and I’ve got them here. I actually choose to not put a lot of makeup on
there and I’m not going to put any concealer on here. I think that the more
you put makeup on these lines and then you know, you put powder over top of them
the more they’re going to crack. The makeups gonna start cracking and you’re
probably going to…..I’ve tried it before and I was left with more of a line more
of a noticeable line than when I just bypassed the contouring. So we’ve touched
the spots now. Let’s let that dry a little bit and start working on the eyes.
All right. So let’s start with a little bit of eyeliner. And yeah, I like a little
bit of eyeliner. I’m using black and it’s a very sharp pencil as you can see, but
you know it’s, it’s important that you don’t use a pencil that’s too thick or
something that’s transferring into your eyes. So i’m going to do a very very light
line here. You can certainly skip this part if you wanted to, but I’ll show you
if you have hooded eyes droopy eyes that sort of thing this is really a magic
thing to have. So if you don’t have the droopy eyes you’d probably be okay, but
if you do you’re gonna see what I do here. So I put on just a thin line there
and I’m going to do a….right where that natural swoosh is, just a little swoosh
there. All right so now for the eye powder and I’m going to show you the
Burt’s Bees one that I have here. I actually went to the drugstore bought a
whole bunch of Burt’s Bees makeup. I’ll put the link up there for when I tried
it. It was a non sponsored video and I just love the stuff. You can
tell cause I’m already wearing it. So yeah, if you want to take a look at that
it’s going to be up there. So let’s just start with the you know, the highlighter part and I’m just sort of using a sponge here. You can use a cotton
swab if you want, something along those lines. Maybe even a brush too and I’m
just going to put this up here. Okay and a little tiny bit now. I’m talking about
dabbing I’m not talking about a big….you know, how you see these women and that’s
like, you can put your makeup on with the shine that they’ve got there. No, no, no
we’re just going to put a little bit, just dab, a little bit up here of this
highlighter. Okay good. So a little bit more, didn’t put enough there, that’s fine.
So the next color that I’m going to use is the middle color here. I just love
this little palette and I’m going to use a brush like this, put it in there. Now
most of us have a natural, I think everybody does has a natural kind of, you
know ,where the eyeball is a little natural curve there. So what I’m going to
do is, you almost tell that it’s even a different color here. I’m just gonna
follow that right out here. I don’t go right into this part of the
eye but I’m gonna follow that out there and that gives me a nice little swoosh
for the eye. And now I’m going to use an angled brush and this is kind of a
pretty lavender if you’ve got blue eyes. I mean you can use the brown palettes
that they have as well, but it’s a very pretty lavender, but this is the deep
part that, that we need to do with the angled brush. Get some of the excess off
that. Take a look, maybe Bill can do a close-up here. Look at all the wrinkles.
Like see those wrinkles in there. So I don’t want them to be that apparent so
let’s just sort of go in and cover those wrinkles up and you do this by going in
the crease with the darker color. So I can still see wrinkles. Be gone wrinkles. See the difference between the two sides
here? Maybe Bill can do a bit of a close-up. This one, you can see the folds.
This one you’re not seeing the folds as much. So magic trick there. Now um I
used to wear eyeliner underneath my eyes. I even put it inside the waterline. I
don’t do that anymore. I am, you know, as I’m aging I’m finding that, that’s really
aging me. It’s a little too much makeup and I want to go with a little
bit of a softer look. So what I’m going to do here
still with the Burt’s Bees. I’m going to take this kind of brush, again check out
that video it’s really gonna help with all this. And I’m just going to kind of
take a little bit of the lavender, just a little bit of the lavender and there’s a
little magic that’s gonna happen here. So I let’s see I usually go like this, just
a little bit, carefully ,but now here’s a bit of magic. Swoosh.
See I swish that up th. Now you might be saying, oh gosh Heather
you know that’s, that’s not very pretty. You can really tell that’s fake but um
I’m going to blend it with these wonderful and remember that eye liner
that I did too. I don’t know if you can catch this, but
I’m blending everything upwards so that it’s, it’s really becoming more of a
natural swoosh. And we’re already seeing the difference between the two eyes and
I haven’t even got the mascara on. So let’s keep going here. So let’s put on a
coat of mascara. Love Dior mascara. I’ve been using it for a long long time and
what we’re going to do is we’re just going to do a coat at a time. So I’m just
going to go ahead. This also goes on like a dream. It doesn’t smudge and it
comes off like a dream at night too. So I love it. I tried the Burt’s Bees once
though and it’s pretty similar I gotta say for the price point of Burt’s Bees. I
felt it was very very simila.r So there you go. You’ve got to try other things
right and let’s let that dry for a minute. Alright so now that the concealer
has dried I’m going to use a powder foundation. Now I’m going to go ahead
with the Burt’s Bees because it has a nice little applicator inside it as well.
We’re going to cover up…..basically we’re covering up a lot of the other
imperfections, but I am NOT going underneath my eyes.
What!!!! It’s so shiny under there Heather. I’ll show you why in just a few minutes,
but definitely not doing that. So see all this shine here? We’re gonna take that
off there. Now what about these lines. I got these lines here on my face as well.
Lightly, lightly cover them. Marinette lines lightly. Don’t want too much
makeup in them. Sometimes we’re trying to hide it so much that like I
said it’s getting in there, it’s cracking, it’s looking worse. So just really really
lightly and what we want with this, we want to go over the concealer for this
part of my eye. We want to go over those little keratosis places. I’ve got
some discoloration of on my face which we all do. There….everything looks good
except for this shine. What am I gonna do with that?
So for underneath my eyes I have a secret weapon.
It’s anti shine cream. If I were to put even the powder from Burt’s Bees
underneath my eyes or even a translucent powder everything is gonna go wrinkly.
It’s just….you’ve probably seen that happen. So this anti shine cream that I use, it
just goes and it really, it’s a cream so it’s not going to start to crack or
pancake or anything. I call my secret weapon. I also put it into my purse. So if
I’m going someplace and my nose gets shiny I’m just gonna go like that, but
watch this, see the shine now, try to do this without, hopefully you can see it. See the no shine. Isn’t that amazing? Bill do you see a
shine? Yeah all right I really can’t tell all the time what
you guys are seeing, but I know when I’m putting on my makeup this stuff really
works. Okay so now that it’s no longer greasy underneath my eyes, I can put on a
little bit more mascara. So let’s go ahead and do that. And like I said,
because it’s not greasy under there I can even put a little bit under the eyes
as well and again very very lightly. You don’t want to make it too thick because
this way you can see that the eyelashes are actually separating and I don’t wear
a lot of false eyelashes you know. I could never imagine putting false
eyelashes on every single day and think that’s how people expect me to look with
false eyelashes. I couldn’t but two or three coats of mascara yeah I’m good for
that. So let’s just put a little bit more on here. I don’t know about you but I’m
really starting to see the difference. Let me just do this. This way between
this….this is my good side and this ooh the magic of corrective makeup. Anyway
let’s keep going. So blush. Now because I have a powder on my face I’m not going
to use a cream. I’m going to use a powdered blush. Love, love this one has a
little bit of sparkle not too much and there’s the brush I’m using. So I’m just
gonna dab a little bit and remember that your face is going to be sensitive to
too much of this. So you don’t want to put it on too heavy. Just the apples of
your cheeks or whatever they say. You see that just a touch. That’s all you really
want with this one. So now what I sometimes do and you know I actually
would suggest you do this. I take a little bit of the blush off of the brush.
And any of those spots where it might look really kind of you know whiter
the other…. I’m a pale person, so here not too much because I got those lines you
know, those upper lip lines. But a little bit here, in just a touch because I want
to look like an all-over kind of light blush but if I put it on this dark
everywhere well then I got a pink face so that’s not gonna work either. But yeah
just love this blush. So what about the lips. Remember how I told you how I’ve
got some of these lines starting to form. You probably have them as well. So what
I’m going to use is a lip pencil. I’m going to go more for the peachy color
because that’s what’s on my cheeks here. So very very carefully there you go. Now
I’m getting a little bit of….the lights are so hot here. I’m getting a little bit
of beading above my lips there, but I’m gonna be tackling that with my anti
shine in a minute and it’ll be gone, but let’s just keep on going with the lips. Interesting to do half a lip here, but
the one thing I like about putting a liner up there is a liner is generally
not going to bleed up into this part. You certainly don’t want that. Now I have
here sort of a stay on peach lipstick. Just gonna kind of go underneath here,
usually you guys know I usually use a pencil, but this one’s pretty easy to
work with. So I’m gonna go a nude like that. Like I said very weird to do it
with half a face, but and I just have a little bit of shine here. Want to liven
it up a little bit. So there you go. Alright so how about the eyebrows? I had
to pick the worst eyebrow to work on. This one hardly has any hair in it, but oh well,
you know what, that’s the way that it happens. And I wanted to be real. So let’s
just work on these eyebrows. Now again this is another one of those
Burt’s Bees products. Has a nice little spooley here to brush up the eyebrow. You
can see you’ll see the difference in the two in just a minute and yeah it had
to be the worst one. I kind of had to faked it here because there’s absolutely
like no hair here. So I kind of again I’ve got a pretty sharp pencil here and
this is I think it’s a taupe color or something for me for my coloring or
maybe it’s blonde. I did a video on doing your eyebrows. You know, all about
measuring and that, but didn’t want this video to be too long. So we’ll just leave it at
that and I’m going to brush up the hairs. This is a wax that I’m using. You could
also use a clear mascara, but I’m going to brush up the hairs and you can see
now how that is giving me….let me just do this the right way….it’s giving my whole
eye a bit of an eye lift. It’s just bringing everybody’s eyes upwards and
bringing me a little bit of an eye lift. So how about the contouring? Alright so I
have some contouring powder here and this brush. Make sure you get off the
excess of this. Okay because you’ve gotta be careful putting on your
contouring. So what I’m going to do is just go a little bit along my cheekbone
here. I also put a little bit on the side of my nose. I don’t have a big nose but
this is the magic of Corrections. And now I’m gonna mention my gowls. Man I hate, I
hate mentioning jowls, but you know I got them here and I want them hidden up.
So what I do is I very lightly go underneath here and hide
those suckers a little bit. One day I’m gonna do a makeup nighttime video. What
I do at night – you know some exercises to really work those out and they’ll be
on another video, but and last but not least. I’m going to do a little sparkle.
This is some highlighter. Now I don’t use the sparkle all over my face. I just find
that that’s just a little bit too much. You know these women especially you know
older women who are just sparkly all over. It’s not really making you look
youthful it’s just to me I think it’s just a little bit overdone. So I’m gonna
put a little sparkle here right between my eyes um right there. And I find that
that is very very subtle and it just adds a little bit of life there. So
that’s it. I didn’t actually put on a lot of makeup and I feel that I have a
really kind of natural look. I also feel that I’ve gone from drabulis to
fabulous. So now it’s time for the cuteness factor. All right little
Hurricane our little Yorkie, he’s the cuteness facto.r And we just
bring him in here to put a smile on your face. And another thing that really puts
a smile on our face is all you subscribers. You know we see those
numbers going up, it really encourages us to keep on putting out those videos. On
Tuesday which are usually inspirational food, travel that sort of thing and then
of course the Friday videos which are beauty and fashion. And you know what
Hurricane ,we have to tell everybody that we’re also on Insta gram. Yeah you
like that don’t you? We’re on Insta gram and that’s….I’m putting that out every
single day. So it’s a little picture, photo, video just to keep it awesome
everyday for you and you just look up awesome over 50. You know I spoke today
about confidence. If this video in any way helps you to
maybe upturn your eyes or do something hide those spots and it gives
you a little bit of confidence then I’ve really done my job. It just, it just makes
my heart leap to know that I read the comments and some of you are saying that
you have your confidence back. You let yourself go and now you’re you’re
feeling more confident and let’s take on this wonderful world. We are strong women
and let’s keep it awesome. Eeveryone’s invited to subscribe and join us on our
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70 comments

  1. Hi, it's Heather, if you would like to see some of the products in this video check out my blog at https://www.awesomeover50.com/beauty/correct-your-aging-with-makeup-eyes-face-lips-etc/

  2. Excellent video Heather I loved it! I really could see the difference as you were doing the correcting side especially the whole eye area. I am going to be trying this also so thank you very much!! 🙂

  3. Heather, really appreciate your humor & your tips. I now consider myself a Golden Girl, rapidly approaching 60! I've always had freckles & hooded eyelids, but getting worse with age, so thanks so much for letting us in on modeling secrets to help ourselves improve our reality. 🙂

  4. Hi Heather you are so right I actually had to start changing my makeup of how I applied it differently are around the age of 48,49,50 can't remember exactly but I had to do a way with the dark brown eyeshadows the black liner definitely because I looked like a clown or streetwalker I don't know which LOL but yeah you definitely have to learn ways of reapplying your makeup totally different like I usually light pink up under my brow bone really brightens my eyes and gives them a Lift. Although I could get away with wearing any color eyeshadows when I was younger pink was never one that I wore ever LOL but you are so right Lauren Hutton another famous model think she went back to modeling when she was like 48 or something and she showed how they had done her makeup on the cover magazine at age 48 I think like when she was younger and she look like a clown HER WORDS but she did!!that's when she made her own line of makeup p.s. I went from black eyeliner to a green black is just too dark for me even if I do a very light line

  5. I never wore makeup till I was 40 yrs old. I decided I needed to step it up & make myself look better & younger.
    Yep, makeup made me loom younger & fresher. It worked, I got noticed more, which wasn't bad, since I was single. "Smile" I have been using your tips & find them helpful.
    Mary

  6. Hi Heather, As always awesome video. You are so honest about your aging process I admire you for that. You make being older fun thank you. Also thank you for sharing your knowledge of makeup with us. The natural look is the best look for us as we age. God bless have a wonderful weekend hi Billand Hurricane cute cute

  7. Hi Heather! Another great video! Question or two! You mentioned in the beginning that you started off with primer…do you start with moisturizer before primer? When I am doing my makeup, I start with moisturizer…then I wait for 5 min, then the primer, then I wait for 5 min, then concealer and foundation…wait 5 before setting my makeup. A lot of time waiting for drying! Am I doing everything right or do you have some tips???? Thank you so much in advance. You are absolutely beautiful inside and out 🙂

  8. Hi Heather great minds think alike! I just put up a video yesterday very similar. Great tips you look great!!

  9. Hi Heather &Bill,
    Thank you for sharing,
    Make up looks very pretty,I have always worn make up since I was 17, I wore make up to work,
    When I was hairdressing, and still do, couldn’t go out with out make up on:)
    I wear soft brown eyeshadow mascara, powder hide stick and lipstick, soft peachy pink.
    Even hurricane is starting to pose for the camera😀
    Please keep the videos coming.
    KimXX

  10. Fabulous .You look lovely.I will be 64 next month.I too use makeup as you do..The old motto.Less is more..In the right places..lol..lol..

  11. Another great vid Heather 😀 awesome tips x I haven't worn makeup for a while & yet I wouldn't go without it at one point! Definitely gonna use these tricks & try & get the old me back again 😁 thank you xx

  12. Heather, I truly admire you for your honesty and keeping it real. We go through so many physical changes as we age, and I (like many others) struggle with those changes. I have to say, I am grateful for the lighthearted way you teach us these makeup and beauty techniques. A big thank you to you and Bill for all that you do to encourage us on this journey.

  13. We alllll look drab like that without makeup…I dont care who you are…even if you had some kind of facial enhancement done..Makeup is truly magical fairy dust💖

  14. I am 62 and I have worn makeup for 50 years, I will wear it for as long as I can put it on! I love it and this was a very enjoyable video!!

  15. Hi Heather, I always enjoy your videos…you’re such a genuinely lovely person…very natural….it comes through every time! I’m almost 66….have worn makeup for over 50 years and have definitely had to change how I apply it! I use less makeup now (you can do anything to your face and look good when you’re 22!)…but the aging skin reveals all! And, like you, I love using my fingers! They make the best tools..and they’re free. I use brushes and other applicators too..but rely a lot on my fingers. Thanks for all the great tips….keep them coming! ~Pam

  16. These tips are invaluable! I especially like the concealer tips. I never thought to use anything but the tool that I dipped in the concealer. The brush does magic! I'm saving this video for all these great tips. Thank you, beautiful Heather! Thank handsome Bill and adorable Hurricane, too!

  17. WOW!!! LOVE this video!!! It's #amazing what you did with a little #makeup Heather!! Thanks for this video and a link to the #products you used!! We all age so it's GREAT info!!! #AwesomeOverFifty #happy

  18. I love this video! So helpful to me! I am putting into practice what you teach in these videos and my daughter told me it makes a huge difference in how I look. Thank you so much!

  19. I’m over 60, and honestly, make up seems so difficult now! What worked before no longer looks good- not looking to turn back the clock, just want to enhance my beauty. This video helps Heather!

  20. Both of your sides are lovely! Made up or sans makeup. You are beautiful inside and out. I always enjoy your joyful, peaceful, helpful presence. Jowel is definitely an ugly word. I hate to use it myself.

  21. Hi Heather. I love your style. We have to remember when we get a little more mature that too much make up makes us look older. This vlog nails it! Really well done.
    I work with transgender so the make up I do for a male to female transformation is so similar to mature make up. A lot more thinking has to go into it but once you get into a routine it’s simple.
    Stay keeping it real and awesome. Absolutely love your “ uniqueness “. I once told you you were in my top two lifestyle gurus. You’re now number 1️⃣🥂. Best wishes from Liverpool UK 🇬🇧

  22. Great video. Love how you use affordable products with a realistic application that we can all follow. Keep these coming please! Have a great day!

  23. Hi Heather: You keep it so real, which I LOVE! YES, we've all got those same issues, and I'm not going to get anything "done", either. Your makeup tips are on point, and I really enjoy your channel so very much! Have a great weekend with Bill and Hurricane! ❤🌹👌🐶 Rosemarie xo

  24. Wow this was so helpful! I have tiny hooded eyes and this helped open them up a bit! Thank you so much 💞🌻🌈🌟🧚‍♂️

  25. Little Hurricane always puts a smile on my face. 😊
    Speaking of faces, about the only make-up I wear is a lipstain. I was never very skilled (or motivated) in wearing makeup & omg the mistakes I made! I quit wearing it after I saw a pic a friend took of me & a few others. I almost had a heart attack, lol. But I sure do miss my eyelashes. At 56 they're starting to thin out.

  26. Hi Heather. AWESOME video!!! I think that you're beautiful with&without make-up. Your beauty is coming from the inside to make you truly beautiful on the outside. I have to admit that my biggest problem is looking tired&that makes my skin look very dull. I have skin discoloration here&there, as well. I've become a connect the dot girl on my face, neck,&chest; It's a hereditary thing. I'm looking more&more like my Mom & Grandmother's. This is a compliment to them, they all aged extremely well:). The only difference is, they all coloured their hair; I'm a believer in letting mother nature be my colourist. I've never worn a lot of makeup, because I took very good care of my skin. Now that I'm older, learning a few tricks to hide the age spots&discolouration on my beautiful face is key. Heather, your tips&tricks are really helpful. Thank you for being so upfront & real about a subject that can be quite difficult for some. Heather, you're such a sweet heart. Hello Bill& Hurricane. Looking forward to more&more videos from you, AWESOME ONES. Love you guys!!!:)

  27. Hey Heather, just want to say how much I enjoy your videos, not only for the info, and encouragement, but I love your personality and outlook on life. You and Bill are a cool couple too! Keep em' coming, your videos that is! Ciao for now😊

  28. As a woman who wears glasses to see Everything, make up is sometimes difficult to put on. Or maybe tiring from constantly taking glasses off and on LOL ! I'm 59 now and agree 100% Less is More as we mature. Thank you for this fabulous video of tricks keeping it all real ! ❤️

  29. Thank you Heather, I really love what you did with the under eye powder liner I will definitely be trying that.

  30. I think it's so great that you haven't had procedures! (Neither have I, I'm 61.) You look great as you are and your tips are invaluable.

  31. I just love your videos Heather, you are so genuine and generous. I enjoyed this one very much and found the tips very useful and encouraging. I too have noticed that I can no longer take much make up beneath my eyes as it makes me look harsh and ‘witchy’ but I will try the gentle ‘whoosh’ brush stroke. Thanks for helping sort out those darned hoods. I big problem I have is that my makeup won’t stay put and often ends up under my eyes after a few hours. So I have to make regular trips to the bathroom with my purse to check that I’m not looking like a pantomime dame or some gothic horror! Thanks again awesome one 😘

  32. Hi Heather! You are a natural teacher. I love how you keep things real for us, you are so relatable!
    Do you not use foundation, or is your primer tinted? I love all the tips you suggest. I started getting karatosis on my face last year, too. I love how makeup can minimize our flaws.
    I pay more attention to my makeup these days than I did in my 20's!
    Your videos are always fun & helpful. Thank you guys for doing them. Bill does such a good job with the closeups 👍. Give Hurricane a little hug from me. He is so adorable 💓🐶

  33. Wow your eyes look so much bigger and brighter. I have small wrinkled eyes and blonde sparse brows and lashes, but the wonderful techniques you demonstrate give me hope to improve my eye area, even at age 76. Live in Canada, we have Burt s Bee's, but not all the products you show are available, but you have inspired me to use brushes instead of fingers!

  34. Great job Heather. If you smudge your eyeliner a little bit with a brush or sponge tip applicator the white area on top of lashes disappears! You look great!

  35. Hi Heather, just checked out your blog with all the products listed, but what I'm interested in the most is missing … your nail polish! The colour is simply amazing. Please, please give me a hint, will you?!

  36. I watched this evening and felt so much better I am 70 in depression about my looks but you lifted me thank you so much. Next week giving myself a redo following your video Sandra

  37. Hello Heather,
    I just found your channel.. And I am amazed!! I think I heard you say you wanted to age gracefully. I am glad I found a lady who was a model that didn't go for the facelift , botox, and so on.. You are fantastic!!
    Mary from Texas

  38. Hypothyroidism can cause the loss of eyebrow hair, especially on the outside edges. It is important to fill them in gently so that you can still have a nice frame to your face.

  39. Make up looks great but I didn’t see a difference under the eye. But yours aren’t that bad. Neither are your bowels. You are naturally pretty

  40. Thank you so much for helping me find acceptance of this very normal aging process. No matter what are age, we can feel beautiful and I believe that comes from self-acceptance. I love how you radiate this acceptance and do so with great lightness and humor. xo

  41. Hi Heather love the genius way you show your before and after half face
    lol . I am 63 and had just about giving up on wearing makeup because of the wrinkles and hooded eyes looking worse . So I am so happy I found your channel can't wait to buy the products and feel pretty again ! Thank you so much for doing this great video . Have a blessed day every day ! 😇

  42. I dont see the sagging or lines that she see sees shes beautiful naturally i hope my skin stays like hers when im 63 then i wont have to worry about makeup truthfully

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