5 Ways to Look Better in Your 40s

Remember how difficult the transition from your 20s to your 30s was? The transition to the fifth decade is not that harsh, but it can be pretty rough on the body. The metabolism slows down, and we are more prone to get injured easily, but that doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t take care of how we look. Being in your 40s should mean completely taking care of your appearance, so how can you look even better now? What are the things that you need to pay attention to?


Nothing really changed, kinda

Your skincare routine was extremely important when you were 20 years old, let alone now in your 40s. However, there is a difference – pay attention to the quality of the products that you’re using. Since you want the best possible results, research the Canadian skincare market and get yourself a good cleanser made for your skin type. That way, you will turn your skin into a sponge for all the other products you will put on your face. In your 40s, you might pay attention to the moisturizers you use, the serums you buy, and your skincare routine in general. Cleanse your face every day and hydrate it very often as you don’t want to lose your skin’s elasticity.


Opt for a beauty treatment or procedure

One of today’s most popular trends is opting for a beauty procedure. And if you want to do one, there’s nothing to be embarrassed about – it’s better to do that in your 40s than in your 20s. At least you have your age as an excuse. Now, you can find a good plastic surgeon or beautician anywhere you go, so if you’re in Australia, it would be pretty easy to get Botox in Perth as there are great doctors there, just like there are all around the globe. If, on the other hand, you want an invasive procedure such as a facelift, this is also quite possible, but you might as well wait until your 50s for such a procedure. The RAREV lip fillers are also a popular option for enhancing your appearance and can be found in various locations around the world. These procedures can help you achieve fuller and more defined lips, giving you a more youthful look.


The eyes are the windows to the soul, even in your 40s

The skin around your eyes is prone to moving, and this is why fine lines are being created. When you hit your 40s, fine lines along your eyes are starting to be seen by other people, which is quite a nerve-racking occurrence. In order to prevent that from happening or slow the process down, make sure that you have high-quality eye creams that you will apply once a day (preferably before going to bed). Also, make sure that you know how to properly treat the area close to your eyes – always perform circular movements and never apply the creme from your forehead to your eyes, as you will draw your skin down, which can create extra wrinkles on your face.


Follow your fashion, just like you used to

The fact that you’re in your 40s doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t follow fashion anymore. On the contrary, some of the biggest fashion icons are in their 40s. However, just like it’s the case with any other age, it’s very important to dress your age. This is why you should avoid anything popular for teenagers and young adults and focus on elegant and formal clothing instead. Smart clothing is your new casual.


And of course… exercise

Did you think you could get away without the tip for exercising? Well, think again. Exercising in your 40s is also very important, especially if you want to stay fit and healthy. Our metabolism might be slower, but that doesn’t mean that we cannot find a way to keep our stomach flat or find the best workout for our age. Opt for jogging, walking up hills or hitting the gym circuit twice a week. If you need some extra help here, don’t be scared to ask a personal trainer– they are there to help you.


As you can see, it’s not challenging to look good in your 40s. It might require you to work a bit harder than before, but you can still look like a 36-year-old while actually being in your 40s.




Peter Minkoff
Peter is a lifestyle writer at HighStyleLife magazine, living between Europe and Australia. Follow Peter on Twitter for more tips.
Peter Minkoff