Sherry Hafassa is a 53-year-old, French makeup artist and beauty expert who has trained at the prestigious Steiner beauty school of London, appointed by the Queen.
During her career, she has worked as a makeup artist for Bobbi Brown cosmetics in London and Dubai, and now is a freelancer in the UK and France.
Sherry is frequently complimented about the glow of her skin, and wants to share her beauty expertise and makeup tips with other FabOverFifty women. Today, she’s bringing us tips about choosing and applying eye shadow. Although she believes that less is best when it comes to applying color to our eyes, it doesn’t mean that we can’t use a wide range of lovely warm, golden, frosted colors, she explains.
1. Your eye color should be taken in account when choosing eye shadows, Sherry says. Try not to use a shadow on the lid in same color as your eyes, or choose a slightly different shade for the corners of your eyes.
Most of the quality makeup brands have all these shades available in palettes.
Bobbi Brown is Sherry’s favorite brand because “it offers an amazing range of color for women of our age group.”