We hyper-focus on fighting the fine lines on our face so much, that we sometimes forget that the rest of our skin needs some TLC, too. From blotchy patches on arms to wrinkles on the neck or chest, the body can show signs of aging at the same clip as our face -- but you don't have to sit back and watch it happen. Read on to discover an arsenal of body products that will help turn back the hands of time.View Slideshow
It's a common catch-22 of cosmetics: The older you get, the more coverage you need. But the more you pile it on, the older you look. Sigh. The reason: The wrong formula can look cake-y and settle into lines and wrinkles. Fortunately, there are foundations out there that will cover imperfections and make your skin look smoother, more luminous, and years younger. Here are our top picks.View Slideshow
When it comes to wrinkle prevention, you're on it -- and you have a bathroom counter full of anti-aging products to prove it. But did you know some of your efforts might be in vain -- or worse, make you look even older than you really are? Here's how you might be damaging your skin without realizing it.View Slideshow
Many of us leave nails to the last minute--but you can get a salon-quality manicure at home for much less, in a fraction of the time! Get beautiful party nails in minutes with our expert tips.View Video
They're the current beauty craze, and for good reason -- oils offer a plethora of benefits for your face, hair, nails, and everything in between. But if you're confused by the many options, or just aren't sure how (or why) to use one, we've got answers. Read on to learn all about eight slick superstars, and how you can work them into your regimen.View Slideshow
The right cut, color, and care can make all the difference. Turn back time with these six simple solutions.
Solution: Subtle Layering
A thick fringe that's cut straight across your forehead creates a harsh edge that can call attention to crow's feet, says Kristan Serafino, celebrity hairstylist and creator of the beauty blog Serafino Says. For a softer, more flattering effect, ask your stylist to shape bangs with tiny vertical cuts.
"There comes a point when some people age out of single-process," says Tohmas Elmlund, a colorist at Valery Joseph Salons in NYC. If skin looks sallow, try adding some lighter tones. "It can take off ten years," Elmlund says. A pro will do it best, but with practice, a kit like L'Oreal Paris Touch-On Highlights ($13.99; drugstores) can deliver similar results.
"Lank locks draw the eye down to the jawline and neck -- and any imperfections there," Serafino says. If hair is curly, apply a defining product like John Frieda Curl Reviver Styling Mousse ($5.99; drugstores) and air-dry. If strands are straight, add a bend at the ends with a round brush when blowing dry.
Solution: All-Over Volume
Hair thins as you get older, but backcombing at the crown to compensate looks old-fashioned -- not youthful. New products actually create fullness by swelling individual strands with high-tech plumping ingredients. Spritz with a thickener like Pantene AgeDefy Advanced Thickening Treatment ($18.99; drugstores) before styling.
Solution: Gentle Color
"New dyes cover grays for longer than ever, while protecting already fragile hair," Elmlund says. Go for an ammonia-free formula that's infused with conditioning oils. At the salon ask for INOA or Redken Chromatics. At home, try Garnier Olia Oil Powered Permanent Color ($9.49; drugstores).
Solution: An Anti-Aging Hair Regimen
After 40, strands are physically thinner, frizzier, drier, and more brittle. Now a new category of products takes a page from skin care science, using high-tech ingredients that specifically address the needs of aging hair. Try Aveda Invati Exfoliating shampoo ($25; aveda.com).
Not sure where to start with your hair? Figure out your face shape and go from there!