You like lipstick, but after trying it it doesn’t convince! Did this happen to you? Choosing a lipstick – with so many colors – can be tricky.
There are options, today we tell you simple tricks to make it easier to get color.
In another article by Acrobat Feed we talked about powder or cream blush, today we are going to talk about how to choose a lipstick or lipstick and we have more options that look good on us.
Pink, Violet, Coral, Tangerine, Red, Chocolate, Lilac, Watermelon or Violet, there are more than 40 colors to choose from, some even look like each other, making it difficult to choose.
If you’ve bought a lipstick that you’ve only used once, knowing how to determine your skin tone will make your choice easier next time.
There are many skin tones, but for simplicity’s sake, most people divide them into:
Skin tones are golden or olive green, if you look at the veins on the wrist they have greenish hues. When in the sun, he tends to tan easily.
The skin is usually a lighter shade, paler, pink or pink, and if you look at the veins on the wrist, they have bluish undertones. This skin type usually turns red if it’s been out in the sun for a while.
This skin type is less common, it is a mixture of pink and yellow at the base of the skin. For this type of skin, lipsticks are suitable for both cold and warm skin.
How to Choose the Best Lipstick or Lipstick According to Your Skin Tone
After determining your skin tone, we choose the color palette.
The best warm skin tones are also warm tones such as red, orange, brown, or terracotta.
This doesn’t mean that these skins can’t wear cool tones, but warm colors work best with them.
The best lip shades for this skin are those with bluish nuances: pink, violet, orchid, violet, burgundy.
If you like red, ideally it has bluish nuances like cherry red.
As before, cool skin can wear a warm shade like orange or chocolate, but lipstick with bluish undertones always suits you best.
Remember that your skin tone (cool, warm, or neutral) is a direction for choosing your lip color. Warm tones are the best warm colors, cool tones with cool colors. Neutral skin can choose both.
As a general rule, following these guidelines is sure to be right, but if you like a color that breaks this rule, try it on and you’ll look great, don’t hesitate! It doesn’t matter if it’s hot or cold…