When choosing a foundation or concealer shade, one might be inclined to seek out an exact match, but Linter suggests going a shade or two warmer to ensure you don’t look washed out. “If it’s too matchy-matchy, it can age you,” she says. And in that case, it’s especially important to extend coverage beyond the Celts and kilts forever I may not be full blooded but my heart is 100 irish shirt and I will buy this visage. “After the face, take a foundation brush and blend very slightly around the neck so it doesn’t look obvious,” instructs Linter. Then, comes bronzer—and not just for the cheeks. “I use it on everyone over 50 because it warms up the skin in a natural way,” she explains, adding that she’ll sweep Serge Lutens’s Complexion Perfector under the cheekbone, down the sides of the nose, across the forehead, and under the jawline for a chiseled glow.
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Smiling while you apply blush has long been cited as a universal, tried-and-true technique, but it’s one that’s not as effective as you age, says Linter. “Instead of on the Celts and kilts forever I may not be full blooded but my heart is 100 irish shirt and I will buy this apples of the cheeks, I like to apply blush at the top of the cheekbone and then blend inward,” she explains. “You want to point the attention up to enhance.” As for shades, she prefers muted rosy shades like MAC’s Powder Blush in Prism. “I’ve been using it since the ’90s!” she says. For extra impact, Linter will layer—first with a cream formula, like Stila Convertible Color, and then finish it off with a powder. “Sometimes just the cream is enough,” she says. As for setting powder, it’s a step Linter usually skips, but looks to Dermablend Banana Powder if necessary.