Getting older doesn't mean you can't wear makeup--just look at Helen Mirren! "Choose light-reflecting formulas and, for extra radiance, add illuminators to foundation," says Kidd. "Liquids and mousses give very sheer coverage and won't look powdery or crease. For even coverage, gently work the foundation into wrinkles by slightly stretching the skin. Use a cream blush to add healthy color. Browns, peaches, and soft pinks are flattering to mature skin. Heavy colors tend to crease in the eyes, so try gentle shades and layer color with a good brush to make it last longer." Try on makeup in the Makeover Studio!