Selection of Makeup According to Your Skin Type

  • Determine your Skin Type:
  • Look at your skin in natural light to determine your overtones. The overtones of your skin indicate the initial color you see and how dark or light that color is. Go elsewhere with natural lighting, and then decide on your overtones to take a closer look at your skin.
  • If your skin is cream-colored or ivory, it is considered light.
  • If your outer tones are close to caramel or tan color you will have medium skin.
  • If your skin is chocolate or mocha brown, your skin is probably darker.
  • Use a piece of white paper to determine your tasks. Stand in front of the mirror and hold a piece of white paper next to your face. Then compare your skin color to the white of the paper.
  • If your skin looks lighter than paper, you have hot undertones.
  • If your skin looks pinker than paper, you probably have cool undertones.
  • If your skin looks dry, or does not appear pale or pink, you have neutral undertones.
  • Look at your veins to clarify your activities. If the white paper test does not answer you, look at your wrist veins. Standing outside or outside the window, raise your arms. Take a close look at the veins in your wrists.1
  • If your veins appear blue or pale color, you probably have quiet words.
  • If your veins look green, you have hot undertones.
  • If you have some blue veins and some green hues, you probably have neutral undertones.


  • Selection of Foundation:
  • Look for foundations that fit your overtones and undertones. Most foundations are right on the bottle, they dominate them. You can also tell which companies are made with colorful names. Pick a few colors that you think might work.2
  • If you have a warm skin tone and you use a foundation for a cool complexion, makeup will appear yellow on your skin. On the other hand, if your skin is cold and you use a neutral-heated foundation or powder, it will oxidize and leave a ring around your face.3
  • Examine the base on your jaw. It is important to test the foundation on your face rather than your wrists or neck, as it applies right there. However, since you want to provide a delicate transition from your face to your neck, it is also important to choose a foundation that is not too far from your neck color. By applying the foundation to your jaw, you will be able to make sure it fits your face and also see how it fits into your neck.4
  • Try going to The Beauty Store, where you have permission to try them out before you buy the products. You can also ask a makeup artist to match the product to your skin type and color.3
  • Check the foundation under different light sources. To ensure that your foundation is a true match, you need to look at how it looks in different lighting conditions. The store where you stay will have fluorescent lighting. You can go towards the window (if possible) to see how it looks in natural light.2
  • Choose a foundation that blends perfectly into your skin. If your foundation matches, it basically disappears when you insert it. In other words, your skin will look perfect - even more so - but the color will not change.
  • If you prefer low coverage, use a tinted moisturizer to add a little color to your skin. You can build it to get a little more coverage where needed.3
  • If you cannot work with 1 color, create a custom color. Depending on your overtones and activities, you may not find a single base that works for you. In that case, you can mix 2 colors of foundation or add some bronzer or blush to 1 color of foundation to create a custom shade.2
  • When in doubt, go for a foundation that is a little lighter than your overtones. You can easily add warmth and color with a bronzer to get a little darker but lightening a slightly darker foundation can be challenging.
  • Foundation You need to adjust your foundation to the environment. If you do tan in the summer, use a slightly darker shade at that time.

  • Selection of Blush:
  • If you have fair skin and warm undertones go for peaches. Peach is a light, soft color that does not look big against your light skin. In addition, the soft orange in the peach should highlight your natural yellow and golden undertones.5
  • Go for plum if you have fair skin and your undertones will stay cool. Plum is a great choice for this skin color, as it should not stand out too harshly against your light skin. Plum blush should complement your blue or pink undertones well.5
  • Use Mauve Blush for medium skin with warm undertones. This skin color is often referred to as "olive". If your skin is olive, go for mauve blush to highlight your warm undertones and warm undertones.6
  • If you have moderate skin and cold undertones, go for plums and pinks. These colors should go well with the pink or blue color of your skin. Also, pinks and plums should not appear against your medium skin, but they should not be as light as they appear on your skin.7
  • If your skin is dark and your undertones are hot, stick with an orange blush. If you get more chocolate and you turn yellow, this is the way to go. While orange looks very intense on other skin tones, they will impress you.6
  • If you have darker skin with cool undertones, try a glowing berry color. Berry-colored blush should play well with your blue, red, or pink undertones. Additionally, this color should complement your darker complexion.6
  • If your undertones are neutral, choose blush based on your overtones. Those with a neutral undertone can usually wear blushers like peaches and coolers like berries. If you have neutral undertones, you can walk with light skin with blush color, if you have lighter skin and a little softer it will be more powerful.
  • Medium If you have medium skin, if you have light skin, if you have dark skin, mauve or pink, try oranges or berries.

  • Selection of Highlighter:
  • Use a highlighter with a white sheen on fair skin. Highlights with icy white, champagne, or ivory sheen look great on fair skin. They glow without washing your skin. If you are most concerned, first apply a light pink blush on your cheeks and then swipe your highlighter.8
  • Choose Peach Highlighter for Medium Skin with Cool Undertone. The peaches in the highlighter complement the cool undertones of your skin. It gives a warm, pink glow to your medium skin.8
  • Use a gold highlighter on medium skin with a warm undertone. Medium skin with a warm undertone naturally lends itself to summer tanning. Using a golden highlighter on warm, medium skin gives a similar look.8
  • Use a rose-gold or bronze highlighter on dark skin. Make sure your highlighter has more pigment. you do not want to use a lighter highlighter. Avoid opaque shades: Your skin will look gray rather than dry.8

  • Selection of eye shadow:
  • Wear a soft color when you have pale skin. Soft colors like pinks, gold or beige give the color against your lighter skin without appearing too light to your eyes. Try using these as your primary shade, and then apply the traditional amount of evenly shimmering shadow in the middle of your cocks and near your tear ducts, which will enhance your look into a streak.9
  • Avoid bold eye shadow colors.
  • If you have a warm undertone, beiges and pinks are great.
  • If you have quiet ventures, tan and gold are great.
  • For a natural look on medium skin, use caramel and honey shades. These dewy, warm shades will make your look amazing without your makeup. If you have medium skin, you can also try folders, bright colors, and pastels.10
  • Caramel is best for moderate skin with warm undertones.
  • Honey feels great on medium skin with cool undertones.
  • If you have darker skin, use burnt metallic or bright berry colors. Complete the bold, dark color that your dark skin can get on your hands. Burnt metals like copper or bronze look amazing to your eyes. So plum is as shiny as plum and dark blue.11
  • Copper looks great on dark overtime tones with warm undertones of burnt metal such as copper or bronze.
  • Bright berries like raspberries or grapes illuminate dark words with cool undertones.

  • Selection of Lipstick:
  • Choose pink lipstick for very fair skin. Soft pink lipstick or clear lip gloss look best on pale skin. To look bold at night, apply bright pink or red lipstick.
  • If you have fair skin with cool undertones, use red lipstick. Dark red lipsticks work cool, so they will complete your skin. They also make the rest of your face glow.12
  • If you have fair skin with warm undertones, wear orange. The orange color of your lipstick complements the heat in your skin without sinking into your fair complexion. The orange-stained shade also brightens your skin.12
  • Choose from a variety of nudes, pinks, and reds for medium skin. If you have medium skin, it is possible to compliment very different colors. As more daylight hours go by, focus on natural pinks and mauve browns to make your lips look like a slightly shiny version of yourself.12 If you are going to look at night, then choose a powerful pink-red lipstick.
  • If you have warm undertones, then mauve look best. Browns look great if you have quiet undertones.
  • For dark skin, choose purples and berries. Your dark skin is perfect with dark lipstick shades, especially purses or berries. Even darker, darker reds look great on your lips.12
  • Dark reds look best if you have warm undertones.
  • Berries will completely go with cool undertones.

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