Undertones – Define the appropriate base color
Do you feel overwhelmed by seemingly infinite types of funds that are now available? There are many skin types: sensitive, acne-prone, anti-aging, oily, dry, combined, radiant. It is difficult to determine which type of foundation is best suited to the type of skin, but sometimes it is even harder to find a foundation that matches the color of your skin.
I recently went to one of the store's makeup counters and had a free makeover and got a foundation that perfectly suits my skin. During the consultation, I learned that the lower parts of her skin correspond to the right colors. Most people, even colored women, are pink (cool) or yellow (warm). Determining the substrate is a perfect start to finding the perfect primer.
first Cool backgrounds:
a. Your skin is pink, pink, red, beige or brown in the sunlight.
b. Silver or gray colors make your skin more vibrant.
c. Skin is easy to burn.
d. The best basic color is porcelain or sandstone.
2nd Warm stripes:
a. Her skin is reminiscent of golden, yellow, bronze or even green (olive-skinned) sunlight.
b. Golden colors make it a vibrant appearance of the skin.
c. You lightly and very rarely burn.
d. Your best base color is naked, creamy beige and pink.
3rd Neutral echoes:
a. There are no obvious overtones of the above colors.
b. Best Base Color: Ivory, honey, or wheat look good for almost anyone.
After we've determined the background of the skin, we can now begin testing the right primer when adding a small amount to the inner arm or wrist that closely fits your complexion. The foundation should be clear or smoothly mixed with the skin color.