Makeup can make you look 10 years younger...or 10 years older. Anti-aging makeup techniques, when used correctly, can turn back the hands before your very eyes. And sometimes even celebrities don't get it right. Click below to see the stars illustrate the difference between glamorous and granny with young makeup and old makeup techniques.

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Old vs. Young Makeup
Check out how well these stars use makeup to hide the years!
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Old Versus Young Makeup

    Who: Candice Bergen
    Real Age: 63
    Old Makeup Age: 68
    Young Makeup Age: 60
    Fountain of Youth: Bangs

    Bergen looks amazing for her age, no contest. But, it's interesting to note how different she looks with bangs (right) and without them (left). "Bangs can make you look younger," says says Luke O'Connor, Suave Celebrity Stylist and co-owner of Lukaro salon in Beverly Hills. "Pick a style that accents your face to soften and bring out your best features." In Bergen's case, a side swept fringe takes years off her look.

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    Who: Courtney Love
    Real Age: 45
    Old Makeup Age: 45
    Young Makeup Age: 35
    Fountain of Youth: No eyeliner

    Nobody - we repeat, nobody - over 35 should wear smudgy liner. The dark pigment will pile up in the tiny wrinkles beneath the eyes, making them look that much more pronounced. She looks worlds younger with clean under eyes and big lashes (right). Granted, her lipstick is still clowny. But hey, it's Courtney Love - we'll take what we can get.

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    Who: Katharine McPhee
    Real Age: 25
    Old Makeup Age: 30
    Young Makeup Age: 23
    Fountain of Youth: Natural hair and makeup

    McPhee recently traded her long, dark wavy locks (right) for a short blonde crop (left). And while we're all for risky haircuts, in this case we think the obviously artificial color piles years onto the singer's look.

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    Who: Diane Lane
    Real Age: 44
    Old Makeup Age: 54
    Young Makeup Age: 34
    Fountain of Youth: Highlighter

    Lane is the poster girl for aging gracefully, but even she occasionally gets her makeup wrong. Keeping her face matte calls attention to the wrinkles around her eyes (left). Adding highlighting powder to the arches of her eyebrows, the temples, and the apples of the cheeks creates a dewy glow, and leaves her face virtually line free (right).

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    Who: Tyra Banks
    Real Age: 35
    Old Makeup Age: 40
    Young Makeup Age: 29
    Fountain of Youth: Staying true to her skin tone

    When Banks fights her coloring by applying foundation that's paler than her natural caramel complexion, she adds years to her face (left). But a base that matches her skin, paired with earthy tones and nude lips that play up her golden glow, makes the Top Model judge look young enough to walk the runway (right).

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    Who: Katherine Heigl
    Real Age: 30
    Old Makeup Age: 40
    Young Makeup Age: 25
    Fountain of Youth: Sparkly details

    There's vintage-inspired and then there's just plain old fashioned. At left, Heigl looks older and out of date in formal set hair and dark pink lips. An accessorized updo and light sparkly eyes (right) are a much better complement for the newlywed.

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    Who: Catherine Zeta-Jones
    Real Age: 39
    Old Makeup Age: 50
    Young Makeup Age:34
    Fountain of Youth: Bare skin

    Only a few months away from her 40th birthday Zeta-Jones looks phenomenal, but judging by the photo on the left you would never guess that. Too much base actually accentuates her small wrinkles, but when she goes nearly bare faced she proves that natural beauty doesn't fade with age.

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    Who: Taylor Momsen
    Real Age: 15
    Old Makeup Age: 25
    Young Makeup Age: 15
    Aging Agent: Dark lipstick and matte shadow

    The youngest Gossip Girl spends all of her time in the company of twentysomethings, so perhaps it's no surprise she's in a hurry to look like one. But Courtney Love inspired makeup (left), is almost comical on the young star. She fares much better playing with shimmery eye colors and soft lipstick (right).

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    Who: Jennifer Lopez
    Real Age: 39
    Old Makeup Age: 47
    Young Makeup Age: 30
    Fountain of Youth: Bangs and her signature Jlo glow

    At left, the combo of thick silver liner (too young for her) and pale pink granny lips (too old for her) leaves the sizzlin' singer looking like an over the hill senora. Lopez appears younger and sexier (right) by only lining her top lid and sticking to gloss on her lips. Trading the frumpy bouffant for trendy long bangs also takes years off the singer's face.

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    Who: Jessica Alba
    Real Age: 27
    Old Makeup Age: 33
    Young Makeup Age: 25
    Aging Agent: Momsy haircut and matte eyeshadow.

    Just because Alba recently became a mom doesn't mean she's wearing mom jean -- and the same goes for her hair. At left, her oddly shaped bangs and layered bob hide her fantastic skin while the matte gray shadow dulls her eyes. With a simple updo and shimmery lids (right) the actress looks fresh-faced and fabulous -- just like a 27 year old mom should.

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