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Mally's Makeup Tips for Every Age. 

Mally Roncal, celebrity makeup artist behind some of the most beautiful faces such as Beyoncé! and her own makeup line Mally Beauty, she knows a lot about makeup and what works for everyone. Specifically Mally has a few makeup tips that she shares with everyone, no matter what age they are.

Mally's Makeup Tips for Every Age


Shimmer shouldn’t be too thick at any age. Instead, opt for a fine shimmer that just adds a touch of light. Apply it to your brow bone, cheekbones and down the center of the nose. Try Mally Beauty Believable Bronzer. It contains a Blush, Highlighter and Bronzer in one palette. $40.00.

Pink Cheeks

Pink cheeks work on ALL ages – I even encourage women in their 60’s and 70’s to wear bright color on their cheeks. It brightens up the skin so you can be radiant all day long. Try Mally Beauty 24/7 Illuminating Blush. A special, dry-texture cream lays a base of beautifully illuminated light on the skin, while the natural blushing powder works with the base to give you a natural, lit-from-within look that lasts. $35.00

Red Lips

No matter how old or young you are, a red lip is a classic and fool proof way to complete your look. If  you are in your 20’s, opt for a brighter more orange based red. Work a true, bold red if you are in your 40’s. Try Mally Beauty Red Lip Kit. It contains 3 products; a Primer, a creamy lip liner and either a cool, neutral or warm red Vitamin E infused Lipstick $35.00

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Reader Comments (6)

I've tried to get the right red lips to look good on me all my life. If I couldn't get them to look good at 25 I know I'm not getting it to look good at 50.
OOh - like that bronzer palette. I had one a few years ago and almost forgot about it. Pulling it out for spring! Thanks for the reminder and review.
Its red lips or nothing for me. Anything else just looks weird to me.
Babs - I think the secret is in finding the right red. Have you ever tried a sheer red gloss? That might be a great way to try it out without being "too" red to start.
Stevie - I actually have that palette from a few years ago and use it quite often. I'm happy to have reminded you!
Annie - I'm glad to hear you can wear red lips well!

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