With an endless supply of new products and services flooding the market, it's hard to determine which beauty boosters to use — and when to use them. Here are the best tips for your 60s:
Get highlights and lowlights
Multishaded tresses give thin hair body and depth, break up solid color for a more youthful look and help grays blend in (or grow out) gracefully.
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Cut long hair to a bob or "lob"
A classic blunt cut transforms thin, straggly locks, "fattens" fine hair and is a chic, easy-maintenance look that never dates.
Find the perfect foundation
Skin tone and texture changes such as brown spots, redness, sallow or ashy undertones, wrinkles, and dryness require hydration and buildable coverage. Test the foundation on your jaw, forehead, and neck and check in natural light for a seamless match.
Add brightening treatments to your skin regimen
Treat dull skin tone, discolorations and brown spots with serums, creams, and masks containing niacinamide, vitamin C, licorice extract or kojic acid.
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