How to choose lipstick color for every skin

by Anush Bichakhchyan
Lipstick is a secret weapon, and sometimes it can “kill to death.” Want to have killer lips? Then it would be best if you learned how to pick a lipstick color that is the best match for your skin tone. 
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HOW TO DETERMINE YOUR SKIN TONE

It is pretty easy to determine whether you have pale or warm skin. There are three basic categories with undertones to know:

Cool: tones when tanned - rosy, cinnamon, reddish

Neutral: tones when tanned - no predominant shade

Warm: tones when tanned - peach, golden, caramel

 

Depending on this category, we identify four types of skin color: fair or light, medium, tan, and dark. P.S. Search Arkive Store to find a wide range of sultry lipsticks for any skin tone. 

HOW TO CHOOSE LIPSTICK COLOR

Check out these color guides and try to find the best matching color for your skin.

FAIR

The challenge of the porcelain skin tone is to break the pale look of the skin with suitable lipstick. You can experiment with shaders of red and pink to add more drama. 

How to choose lipstick color for every skin

MEDIUM

The owners are blessed with the power to experiment with different tones and colors. Both darker shares of rose and red will look sultry. 

How to choose lipstick color for every skin

TAN

Tanned skin may also look dull if the lipstick color is too light. Try to stick to darker shades of lipsticks that will add glow to your skin. 

How to choose lipstick color for skin tone

DARK

The sexy dark skin will look best with deep tones of purple, burgundy and caramel. The tabu for dark skin tone are pale tone unless you are not trying to create an extravaganza. 

How to choose lipstick color for skin tone

TOP 6 RULES TO KEEP IN MIND WHEN CHOOSING A LIPSTICK

  1. Determine your skin undertone.
  2. For warm undertones, choose warm lipstick shades; for cool undertones, choose cool lipsticks.
  3. Identify your skin color.
  4. Neutral complexions look great with any color.
  5. Never shy away from experiments.
  6. Lighter tones look great with cool colors, while darker tones emphasize rich and warm hues.

 With love,

Arkive


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