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Marie Calica, Contributor
August 16, 2012

Beauty for Every Age: Makeup Tips for Your 20s, 30s, and 40s + Products to Try

Find out which cosmetics looks suit your age best with this guide! By Marie Calica, Kate Alvarez
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article_age-appropriate-makeupLooking good should not end with the clothes you wear. When getting ready, you should also make it your priority to focus on your face. This, after all, is the primary thing people you meet will be looking at. But while the makeup styles you see in magazines may seem tempting to test out, not all of them are age-appropriate. Some, indeed, are best left to the younger set.

Want to know which looks will best fit the age you're in? Browse through the gallery for tips from makeup artist Jigs Mayuga. Plus, we suggest products to add to your arsenal. Start beautifiying, FNites!

(First published as "Look Great at Any Age" in the "Beauty" section of Marie Claire Philippines' October 2007 issue. Adapted for use in Female Network. Photo by Paolo Pineda.)

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  • March Aug 16 2012 @ 10:15pm Report Abuse
       
    Ms, Marie Calica, thank you for your tips on age-appropriate makeup an advice on aging gracefully. I am actually pleasantly surprised to see Anew. I was always curious about it but was scared to try it. Thank you.
  • Revitoldirect Aug 22 2012 @ 06:04pm Report Abuse
       
    Indeed, the beauty shouldn’t be neglected at any part of your age. Whether it’s your 20’s or 50’s a perfect looking face is always welcomed. Like you said face is as important as your clothes.
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