3 Holiday Makeup Looks You Should Try

  1. Lesley C says:

    These colours look beautiful on your youthful brown eyes which have loads of lid space. What colours would you recommend for older hooded eyes that are green or blue?

  2. Patti Smith says:

    Great ideas for the 20 somethings. How about a few ideas for those of us who are “a certain age”? I’m almost 70 and would look like an crazy old lady in these looks.

    • Beth Djalali says:

      Hi Patti,
      All of the beauty posts are targeted at 40+ women who all fall under a certain age. Maybe we can zero in on each decade for a one-off post. 40s one month, 50s next, then 60s, 70s and beyond. One thing is certain, there is no expiration date when it comes to style or beauty. And it’s important to stay abreast of trends whether we choose to incorporate them or not. That’s what keeps us modern, fresh, and relevant. And I highly doubt you would look like a crazy old lady if you incorporated one or two of today’s beauty tips.
      Happy Thanksgiving.

      • Lesley C says:

        At 57 I generally find Jennifer’s posts relevant to me. I think that hooded eyes are not decade specific. I think that brown eyes look gorgeous with these tones. I have a purple palette that I love with my green eyes. I can adapt these techniques to play with that.

  3. Rhonda says:

    Oh What Fun! That was a great post. Love the idea of trying fun “party eyes” especially since most of the gatherings this time of year, at least for me, are with close family and friends. Thanks for the tips! Now, for a question: my foundation disappears from my nearly 70 year old skin too quickly. DO I need a primer first? Would that help? I “set” it with a light dusting of powder but it still doesn’t want to last. HELP!

  4. Nancy says:

    Fabulous! I love to play around with eye make-up. Such fun! Jennifer, you look gorgeous in all these looks. I love the silver.

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