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Use a shimmer cream or light dusting powder to show off your collar bones and shoulders.

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The Question

At what age should a woman stop wearing body shimmer when going out at night?

The Answer

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I'm not sure I can pinpoint the exact age when body glitter becomes a no-no, but I can tell you that when it comes down to it, there are no age limits to showcasing your best assets.

If you are looking to bring out your collar bones and shoulders, using a shimmer cream or light dusting powder will show off the areas by attracting light.

If you've been attending every spin class at the gym and want to show off those killer gams, try using a lotion that has a sheen to it. Prtty Peashun is a non-greasy option that can be used on legs and everywhere else, even your face. It adds a glow to the skin without leaving little bits of sparkle behind.

Bahar Niramwalla is a celebrity makeup artist and beauty specialist on The Marilyn Denis Show on CTV. Have a beauty question? E-mail style@globeandmail.com.

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