Jun 24, 2012
Is it true that if you have darker skin, lighter and brighter colors for your eye shadow is better? And if you have lighter skin should you do softer colors? What do you think?
Jul 10, 2012
With makeup, you can do anything. Any colours any style. What ever you are comfortable with :)
Oh and I don't think that's true :)
I don't follow any rules when it comes to make-up shades. That's the beauty of experimentation. If a lipstick doesn't look right on my lips but looks great as a cheek color...awesome! A gloss doesn't translate well...slap it on top of a lipstick instead.
Oct 09, 2012
darker skin tones can pull off brighter, more pigmented colors. like some MUA use literally red blush on really dark skin. it's sounds crazy, but looks great when applied. it doesn't look like it does in the pan.
Oct 10, 2012
I have to pay close attention to the colors I use on my lips or cheeks because I have very pigmented lips and a golden skintone. A lot of pink lipsticks and so far all nudes I've tried have either not worked over my lips or makes my skin look ashen/sallow. It's hard to find stuff that works for both.
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