How “Blended” Facial Features and Skin Age You

What’s one thing that’s making you look older?

Turns out it’s not wrinkles or sagging skin. Well, at least not this time.

It’s how facial features blend in with your skin as you age.

According to an article by New Beauty’s Senior Interactive Editor Anna Jimenez, “…as we age, the color of our lips, eyes and eyebrows change, while the skin becomes darker turning our face into one more monotone shade. The less contrast there is between the color of the skin and our features, the older we look.”

Make-up provides this contrast. Find out more about how aging causes facial features to blend in with the face.