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Thinny Thin Chin!

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I have started to think a lot about anti-aging products now that I am 30. Recently I have been wondering what you do to keep your neck from starting to get wrinkled and saggy. I know a lot of face creams are too strong for your neck and decolletage and can actually damage them. I just found this new product from Bliss that I will have to try to prevent the dreaded turkey neck.

Bliss ‘Thinny Thin Chin™’

Bliss‘ new Thinny Thin Chin™ helps pick up the slack (seriously!) with a dual-action complex that tones and addresses signs of v-zone (the area from the chin line to the cleavage) aging instantly and over time. Like a liquid bra, Thinny Thin Chin™ will help overhaul your overhang by firming, hydrating and improving the appearance of neck lines, crepiness and hyperpigmentation.

Bliss tip: Make your neckline look slimmer in seconds by mixing Thinny Thin Chin™ with a bronzer or self tanner (such as A Tan For All Seasons).

$48.00 BUY IT HERE. 

How stars fake perfect skin: Hide under-eye circles.

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Use a highlighting cream instead of a concealer. “It gives more of a boost,” Blunder tells Us. Blend with a concealer brush. “The area is delicate and can pull if you use your fingers,” she says.

Blunder’s insider trick for dark circles? “Bring your blush up closer to your eye, to where the circles end. It brightens the whole face,” she says.

How the stars fake perfect skin: Brighten a dull complexion!

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Look for foundations, tinted moisturizers and loose powders that are “hydrating and contain iridescence,” advises Quynh. Or, suggests Blunder, “mix a few drops of liquid bronzer to foundation before applying.”

“Opt for a cream blush,” says Quynh. “The creamy texture contains a little shine, which gives skin a healthy glow.” Use a foundation brush to apply to the apples of cheeks and blend.


How Stars Fake Perfect Skin: Smooth Fine Lines

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Before applying any makeup, use a foundation primer or line-smoothing moisturizer to “even out the surface and prevent foundation from settling into creases,” says Quynh.

Stay away from products that have a heavy texture like solid or powder foundations. And be careful when applying loose powder, warns Quynh. “Lightly dust onto oily areas like the T-zone, but beware: Using too much can emphasize wrinkles.”