Did you ever happen to buy a make-up that you thought was going perfectly with your skin tone and when using you realized you werent? If you cheat and buy the wrong tone, its more common than you think.
Therefore, some tips may be very good for not making this mistake anymore and avoiding spending money on wrong makeoffs.
The first thing to do is to identify the skin tone. To choose the correct makeup color, you need to know how to differentiate between two important nuances of your skin: the Sub Tone and tone.
Here are some tips:
1) One mistake we usually commit is to test the makeup on hand, but if you compare the tone of the hand with the skin of your face, youll see that it doesnt look much.
The most appropriate is to try the makeup on the same face, putting a small sample on the chin to check how the tone that should fuse with the skin is if it is correct.
2) Light is very important when choosing a makeup. If possible, check the color of the base with natural light. Not being able to be, because in the store there is no window to the outside, put yourself in a bright area.
3) The most selling makeup base is the one that has fluid texture, because it is the one that works best on any skin type, but if you have dry skin, you can opt for a cream, more moisturizing background. On the contrary, if you have oily skin, choose a powder makeup or complete the base with loose powder to Maquiar The T area.
With these tips you will no longer miss and buy makeoffs that end up leaning against a corner of the closet.