You spend hundreds of dollars a year to buy your favorite makeup and cosmetic products. Hence, you want to make sure that they deliver the cosmetic effect you desire. As you probably know by now, you simply cannot order a product you see online – you have to take your natural complexion into account for maximum beauty results. But it is not entirely rocket science – you can take note of a few basic tips to help finding the right cosmetics for you and making over your look instantly.
Is your skin complexion making you look like a zombie? No, it’s not an exaggeration, but that unhealthy pallor on your skin can indeed make you look like one. If you have a hard time dealing with your skin complexion, regardless of how much you’ve tried tanning it, it might be time to get a new hair colour. When your hair colour does not match with your skin tone, it can make your skin look aged or tired. If you have a naturally pale complexion, add a dose of golden or red hues into your hair colour. This will reflect on your skin and provide it with a healthy glow. If you’ve been meaning to try the rose gold hair trend, it’s time to give it a shot.
Fake the Blush
You do not have to wish for a naturally gifted blushing skin tone. But those with ruddy skin need to refrain from adding red tones to their hair because these two are not complementary. Instead, go for a warm hue or something neutral like caramel or chestnut. These shades are the best choices for your ruddy skin tone. You can also try adding highlights to your hair as it brightens up the skin and soften your facial features.
Hide Dark Eye Circles
If you have dark eye circles, you can conceal that by adding dimension to your hair. If you’re tempted to slather another layer of the concealer on your dark circles under the eye, stop it. Adding soft and subtle highlights (or lowlights) to your hair can create the illusion of movement in your hair. This will draw attention away from the face and into the hair.
Whether you have aging skin or starting to show signs of aging, a quick remedy for your hair is to lighten its colour. This will soften your facial features so any formation of lines or wrinkles are hardly noticeable. A word of caution though: do not go super light. If you lighten your hair extremely, it also reveals that contrary: defines your wrinkles and lines. Settle for somewhere in between. Medium brown and light blonde is a safe option for a range in hair colour if you want to give your skin (and overall appearance) an instant anti-aging effect.
This is one of the trickiest complexion problems to deal with but experts share an ingenious trick to address dull and dreary complexion. The first step you can do is regularly exfoliate your skin. This will unravel a healthy natural glow to your skin. But if that is not doing the job, visit your favorite salon and have light to medium blonde highlights added to your hair colour. This will brighten up your skin in a vibrant manner rather than looking all washed out.
Do you use your skin as a guide for choosing hair colour?