HOW TO CHOOSE THE BEST MAKEUP FOR MEDIUM SKIN TONES
May 14, 2019
Medium skin tones – you are not totally light or light, but you are not oil. You are spoiled for choice when it comes to funds, but it is important for you to choose the right shade. Because you are like “intermediate” skin tones, it is sometimes difficult to find the right shadow of makeup – especially the foundation. That’s why we’ve created a guide to finding the perfect products for your average shade.
WORK WITH YOUR RISKS
Like any other skin tone, choosing the right makeup depends on your shade. And the market for the ideal base color can be overwhelming, as most brands will offer two or three colors that look almost the same.
For example, Lancôme Teint Idole Ultra 24H is available in Buff C, Buff W and Buff N variants – cool, warm and neutral. What does this mean; Below the special tone of your skin is a subtle shade of one of the following shades:
Cool: pink, red or blue
Warm: yellow, peach or golden tint
Neutral: balance between cold and hot
Are not you sure what your nuances are? Here’s how to find out:
White cream test:
Take two pieces of clothes (or even a towel) – one is white and the other is not completely white. When you wear cosmetics, NO, decide what color is best for your skin. If it is pure white, your shades are warm. If the color of your cream fits better (because your white color is washed), then you have cool shades. If both of you flatter in the same way, you are neutral!
Look at the veins on the wrists. If it is green, then you have warm shades. If you have blue veins, then you have cool shades. Do you have both colors or appear blue-green? Then you have neutral shades.
If gold jewelry improves your skin, then you are probably on the hottest side. If silver jewelry looks better on your skin, then you have cool shades.
FOUNDATION FOR LARGE LEATHER
Working with your exact shadow will help you determine what foundation is perfect for your average skins. Try one of our favorite basics and highlight your shadow based on your knowledge above. If you are not sure yet, contact a beauty makeup specialist to help reveal the mystery of the subject.
CHOOSING THE RIGHT BLUE
Choosing the right blush can always be a difficult process. The very soft blush can wash you, and too dark it will look tough and unnatural! If you have an average tone of skin with cool shades, choose a pink shade of pink shadow like Maybelline Fit Me Blush in Deep Rose to give the cheeks blush.
If your shadow is warm, a soft apricot or peach blush like YSL Kiss and Blush in Corail Affranchi will enhance your natural shine.
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THE BEST BONUS FOR YOU
If your skin tone is between light olive oil, you already have the natural tone of your skin color. The goal here is simply to improve without flickering or being too dark. And watch out for too hot brasses that make you look orange.
The basic rule is to choose a bronze that does not exceed two shades darker than your skin tone, but, in particular, to make sure your bronze is perfect, you have to find one that fits your shades.
For medium leather in warm shades, the soft shade of coffee is better, such as NYX Light matte bronze or soft brown with tones of peach, like YSL Terre Saharienne powder in Terre Ambree. Finding a bronze to match the cold shades is a bit more difficult, as many shades may be yellow, orange or even dirty.
A transparent powder, such as L’Oréal True Match Naturale Soft-Focus Mineral Finish in a translucent environment, will give the skin the right amount of heat and will not look obvious. A clear liquid, like Giorgio Armani Fluid Sheer at number 10, is also an ideal product to enhance the natural radiation of your skin by adding a definition to your cheekbones. It looks like you woke up with shiny skin.
Related: Bronzer Basics
The brightness of the copper or honey shade works wonders against the tone of your skin. Try the Lancôme Color Design 5 Eye Shadow Palette in Gold Kissing for an easy day look or create a shine for a shiny, smoky golden eye. For fun shades that stand out – the cool shades look great in lavender or gray, while copper and rich blue shades are warmer shades.
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