For some, lipstick IS a huge thing. It isn't just for old ladies. You
know your mom best and you will figure out what her most important thing is. I
think the advice from Angela is very kind and thoughtful. I hope that the
daughter follows it.
There comes a time in life when the eyesight isn't as good as it used to
be. Some women can put on makeup and think that they look glamorous but instead
they look goby with heavier makeup, darker eyes, and redder lips than they would
have worn when they could still see well. Perhaps this mom's new look is
because her eyes are failing and she can't see what she is actually putting
on her face.
Yes, mascara is my "insta-pretty"! But my mom loves her lipstick!Check out facebook.com/askangelaslc to see our first video regarding
this post! Daughters respond with some of the tips they have given their moms in
the past. :)
My daughter wisely told me to stop wearing elastic waist pants. She was right. I
got a size nailed down and then reduced it by losing weight. Daughters and Mothers can be the best allies and friends as they mature. I
love my three girls and the variety and spice they add to my life.I
once heard in a self improvement talk-lecture-series (and it was a man talking)
"even old barns are prettier with a fresh coat of paint", he said. I was
not offended by the remark and I've never forgotten it.My
mother was a woman of class. We lived a very rural 25 miles from town and she
never left the house in less than a dress, hose, heels, and handbag, when I was
growing up. She was always something to look at and my Dad loved it!
"Moms love lipstick"??? MY mom loved lipstick--but she's 82.
Lipstick was the essential beauty product in the 40s and 50s when she was a
young woman. Those of us who were young women in the late 60s-80s saw mascara as
our essential beauty product. No one wore lipstick, or if they did, it was
pretty pale. So start with the eyes--they are likely the spot where the makeup
looks harsh anyway.