Fair Skin With Cool Undertones: Play It Up With Pink
If you have fair skin and cool undertones, you should be careful not to pick a shade that's too bright, as this can look overpowering. With skin as light as yours, you do blush easily — so the trick is to match that natural flush by using blushes on the pinker side, such as Bobbi Brown Blush in Pretty Pink, $32, Ulta Mineral Blush in Cosmos, $12, and Milani Baked Blush in Dolce Pink, $7.99. Want more variety in shades? Try Nars Narsissist Wanted Cheek Palette Color I, $59, which has six colors in matte, shimmer and satin finishes.
Amidst all the contouring and sculpting that we do in our makeup routine, it can get tempting to skip out on blush. Don’t give in to temptation: A good blush is the most flattering way to accentuate your best features (like in blush draping).
To make it work, you first have to choose the right shade of blush for your skin tone — or you run the risk of looking like a clown. The various shades of blush available in the market can be confusing, so here’s our quick tip: Be sure to choose a color that matches your skin’s undertone. (And if you don’t know what that is, now’s the time to figure it out).
Ready to find your perfect shade? Keep reading to find the best blush for every skin color and undertone.
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This article originally appeared on TotalBeauty.com
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