How to Find the Most Flattering Makeup Colors for You

Lip Color

The most flattering neutral or natural-but-better lipstick should mimic a more pigmented shade of your natural lip color, so you’ll be able to get some good clues just by taking a closer look at your own coloring.

Nude lisptick colors are the most appreciated by our customers in the Beauty Profile and lipsticks with the highest ratings include Eve's Ready To Wear Lipstick Never Ending Nude and Desert Lush Sheer Lipstick Crisp Nude among others.

EVE'S READY TO WEAR LIPSTICK NEVER ENDING NUDE

Peeking at the inside of your lip may not be something one generally does in public, but it’s an easy way to find the best color for you. You can also match your shade to your flushed fingers—(gently!) pinch the tip of your finger or thumb and hold so that blood gathers in the area. It’s weird, but the resulting color is guaranteed to look great on you.

Eye Makeup

We generally turn to the color wheel to find the most flattering hues on each eye color. It’s basic color theory, just like we learned in elementary school: Colors on opposite sides of the spectrum complement one another.

The best way to draw attention to blue eyes is with warm, rusty reddish and orange shades, including bronze. For example with SPECTRUM OF STARS EYESHADOW SPLENDOR SUNSET.

Green and hazel eyes look gorgeous with anything in the purple family. For example SPECTRUM OF STARS EYESHADOW WISTERIA SHADOW

 

Brown eyes are neutral, so they do best with similar earthy shades like metallic taupe, shimmery champagne like SPECTRUM OF STARS EYESHADOW VANILLA SUNBEAM and olive green, as well as true, balanced blues from powder to cobalt. 

 

We offer a very borad range of eyeshadow colors to match your desired look. Complete your Beauty profile to tell us your preferenaces and head to our shop for the monthly subscription box service.

Foundation

If you’ve never been matched for foundation by makeup artists or sales associates, it’s entirely possible to go through life having no idea what your “undertone” is.

Like wearing the wrong bra size, makeup that caters to the wrong undertone will have you looking subtly off without being glaringly obvious, which is why it’s easy to fail to identify the issue.

The easiest way to tell your undertone is by looking at the underside of your arm or wrist. If the color of your veins leans green, your undertone is warm.

If they look decidedly blue, you’re probably cool. If you have a strong preference toward gold over silver or vice versa, and strong feelings about which one looks better on you, there’s a good chance that you’re warm if you prefer gold and cool if you prefer silver.

Regardless of your hair or eye color, your undertone is also a great way to predict which makeup shades will work on you and which won’t.

Warm tones are suited to peachy hues, orange, coral, and orange-leaning reds, while cool tones look best with rosy hues, blues and greens, purples and violets, and blue-based reds.

And if you’re neutral, which means your skin leans beige rather than blue or yellow, you’re likely to be able to pull off nearly anything.

Source: www.dailymakeover.com

 

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Using these data guarantees that you will receive products that match your needs and this is a great way to avoid wasting time and money with products that don't work.

 

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