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Mother of the Bride Make-Up: 5 Tips for Mature wedding Make-up

Older woman applying Violet Jordan face cream blog cover
“The more mature you are the less make-up you should wear, the more you wear the older you look. I know that sounds a little weird but trust me I’ve had that experience and I think every mature woman has looked in the mirror and said I need something, I don’t know what, but I need something different, and a lot of the time you have to change the way you do your make-up.” - Sylvia Waller


You’re just getting better with age and your make-up should too! Here are some useful tips on how to create beautiful make-up for a wedding.

1. Hydrate

Hydration is important all around. You hear that you should drink 7 glasses of water a day to keep your body hydrated, but that does not mean you can skip out on your skincare hydration. Starting from the lightest formula to the heaviest, the order looks like this: Radiance Boosting Serum; The Multitasker as your moisturiser; Pro-Age Eye Cream; and lastly sunblock.

Violet Jordan Radiance Boosting Serum 


2. Eye Cream with Hyaluronic Acid

We just want to highlight the importance of being gentle around the eyes: no matter one's age, the skin around the eye is very delicate. We recommend you tap the cream in and don’t pull the cream over your skin because it will stretch the skin.

3. Lip Care

One’s lips are quick to wrinkle when dehydrated and will get colour trapped between the creases. We recommend you use a light moisturiser, such as Glow & Go Dew, on your lips before applying make-up to ensure that when you are ready to place any colour on your lips it looks full and hydrated. If you are looking for something with a hint of colour that you can layer for more pigment we would recommend using the Glow & Go Berry for a beautiful rouge.

 Woman applying Violet Jrdan glow & go berry stick on lips

4. Eye Make-Up

As time passes our eyes become hooded, which is when excess skin droops from the brow bone over the top part of the eye. To prevent a make-up looking being ‘lost’ when we open our eyes we recommend that you take the eye make-up higher for when you open your eye to still be seen. For instance, using the Glow & Go Berry on the lid as well as in the crease, till before the eyebrow bone. Topping that with our Glow & Go Pearl for a shimmer when the eye is closed. This will allow for the eye make-up to be seen and appreciated when your eyes are open and closed. 


 5. Brows
Our brows thin out and lose pigment as we age. We recommend that you do not harshly fill in the brows because the stark contrast will create jarring segments in one's face proportions. Therefore, we would use the Glow & Go Dew as a brow gel replacement, the goal is to tame the brows and give it that hint of colour and moisture.


 6. Mascara

The phrase "The eyes are the windows to the soul" is often attributed to various sources, including Shakespeare, but its exact origin is unclear. Such a significant organ, it deserves the most care. Draw attention to your soulful eyes with an even coat of The Volumizer Mascara that will coat the shortest lashes and has a soft black colour that suits all skin tones.

Remember, the key to make-up for a wedding is to enhance your natural beauty while embracing your individuality. Confidence is the most beautiful accessory you can wear, so hold your head high, smile brightly, and enjoy every moment of this special day.