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Experts Swear by These Drugstore Foundations for Mature Skin

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Foundation isn’t just foundation. Whether you’re in the market for a luxe pick or the best drugstore foundation for mature skin, there are all different kinds of formulas to suit the various skin types out there—dry skin, oily skin, and of course, aging skin.

As you get older, your beauty routine evolves. It makes sense: Over the years, skin goes through hormonal changes and is exposed to all kinds of external irritants—think lower collagen production, UV rays from the sun, environmental pollution—that can cause wrinkles and sagging, thereby impacting the type of products and formulas you use. “Skin, particularly the thin skin on your face, also gets drier and is more prone to dark spots, too,” says celebrity makeup artist Sabrina Bedrani, who counts Michelle Yeoh and Sandra Bullock among her clients.

Once you start to experience these changes, it’s important to consider these factors when choosing your makeup, particularly your foundation. Though you may have relied on the blurring effects on matte foundation once upon a time, dermatologists and makeup artists recommend steering clear as you get older. Matte formulas are more prone to creasing (settling into fine lines and wrinkles), which can actually make those characteristics more noticeable.

“Dewy foundations are best for mature skin,” says Debra Jaliman, MD and board-certified dermatologist in New York City. “They keep the skin hydrated and help plump the skin.” In addition to texture and ingredients, you’ll want to look out for a lightweight foundation that has reflective qualities and is hydrating, adds celebrity makeup artist Autumn Moultrie. 

All to say: You can find a foundation that works for mature skin at any price point. Whether you’re looking for buildable coverage or want a formula with broad-spectrum SPF, we tapped experts to share their top picks for the best drugstore foundation for mature skin. Shop them below. 

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Hailey Bieber Uses This Make-Up Artist Trick for Subtle Festive Shine

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When it comes to holiday makeup, how best to nod to the festivities via your beauty? Red lipstick and metallic eyeshadow are always a popular choice, but for Hailey Bieber, it’s all about a nod to shimmer and shine with the help of a make-up artist favorite: eye gloss.

Just look at that shimmer: 

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An easy way to create natural luminosity on the face, eye gloss is beloved by the pros because it’s super versatile. It’s clear, so you can wear it on eyelids to catch the light and create a healthy, post-spa glow. But it also works well when worn atop eyeliner or eyeshadow for a smudgy, sultry and lived-in effect. Not to mention, it can also be used as a dewy highlighter on upper cheekbones and temples.  

Hailey Bieber wears hers here on top of a neutral taupe eyeshadow. Paired with fresh and natural skin and a lick of mascara, it’s the perfect look to add to your moodboard for party season and beyond. To recreate the look this Christmas, try the Guerlain Gel Gloss Mirror-Effect Top Coat or Gucci Éclat De Beauté Effet Lumière Gel Face Gloss. Add this multi-purpose wonder to basket, stat. 

This post was originally published on British Vogue.


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Taylor Russell Nails the Y2K-Era Jeans and Strappy Sandals Combo

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Taylor Russell gave us a blast from the past on the Gotham Awards red carpet today. The actor, who stars with Timothée Chalamet in the film Bones and All, appeared wearing a white fur chubby jacket: a Tom Ford-era Gucci archival piece from the spring 2004 show. To balance the megawatt Hollywood effect, the actor wore light-wash jeans and strappy heels, which instantly brought us back to the 2000s.  

Russell’s look is reminiscent of Mariah Carey, who popularized the strappy-sandal-and-denim combo on the red carpet. At the time, the singer often paired going-out shoes with low-rise, light-wash flares–sometimes with the waistband sheared off. Other celebrities who championed the ensemble included noughties red carpet darling Cameron Diaz and singer Janet Jackson. 

There’s a self-styled charm that comes from wearing sexy stiletto sandals and jeans with a high glam piece, such as Russell’s white jacket. (From her Instagram stories, it seems that she purchased the chubby herself from a vintage shop.) The overall look feels natural but playful, all while checking the boxes of a standout red carpet look. 

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This Pregnancy Loss Recovery Kit Is a Game-Changer

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It wasn’t until Frida founder Chelsea Hirschhorn experienced multiple pregnancy losses that she realized there was a gap in the promise her company made to serve women in every stage of postpartum. While Hirschhorn, a mother of four, already knew what recovery from birth looked and felt like, she was surprised to find that she dealt with similar pain and bleeding during and after her miscarriages. So she decided to do something about it. “There’s nothing political about what a woman’s body goes through, regardless of how they arrived at the situation,” Hirschhorn tells Vogue of the decision to expand the brand’s recovery kits to cover all stages of necessary care, including after a miscarriage or abortion with its new Frida Recovery Kit for Incomplete Pregnancies. “These are physical needs that they have, and we are in a position to help them support those needs.” 

Since launching her company in 2019, Hirschhorn has designed solutions to help mothers navigate the raw physicalities of childbirth, from C-section recovery bands to abdonimal binders. “As holistic and comprehensive as that was, we were still neglecting to address the 2 million women who still experience some form of physical transition with their bodies during pregnancy loss even though it doesn’t end with a baby,” says Hirschhorn. That’s changed with the launch of the Frida Recovery Kit, which is curated to address what she calls “basically the entire bathroom experience.” Within the discreetly labeled shipping box, there’s 1 upside-down peri bottle, 4 pairs of disposable underwear, and 6 ultra-absorbent maxi pads. “In pregnancy loss, there is a spectrum of experiences that women can have,” explains Hirschhorn. “If it’s an early stage, it may just be an extremely heavy menstrual period. Still, it will be a shock for women who are accustomed to using tampons or menstrual cups to hear from their OB-GYN that those aren’t permitted in the pregnancy loss healing process.” The kit also includes a personal note from Hirschhorn, which shares her experience with pregnancy loss. It’s meant to provide immediate “emotional handholding” gesture so that anyone reading it knows they aren’t alone. 

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Frida’s latest launch marks yet another opportunity to break taboos in the maternal health space, a mission the brand has championed since its global launch with a banned postpartum recovery-themed commercial at the Oscars and a first-of-its-kind primetime ad showing a breastfeeding mother during the Golden Globes. “Now we’ve lived up to our promise to support women through all phases of recovery, regardless of how their journey ended,” says Hirschhorn. “And we feel really good about that.”

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