How to match clothes colors with your skin tone part 2

How to match clothes colors with your skin tone part 1

How to match clothes colors with your skin tone part 2

How to find a skin undertone, which is equally important? Number 5:

If looking in your veins does not help you to determine your undertone, you can just take a white piece of paper, hold it next to your face, and take a look in the mirror. Just quickly look at it and observe what color you see at a glance. Is it yellow? Is it green? Is it blue? Is it none of the above? The important thing is you have to do it with a mirror outside in daylight or with lamps that are adjusted for daylight in a color temperature because traditionally, most interior lamps are warmer and fall in a yellow spectrum so even though you might be a cooler tone, in a mirror you will look like you are a warm tone and that would be wrong and lead to the wrong outfit combinations.

How to find a skin undertone, which is equally important? Number 6:

Last but not least, you could also look at your skin type and the history you have with sunburn. If you are out in the sun without sunscreen, do you get burned very easily or very slowly? If your skin is prone to burning and it does not tan, you are a cool undertone. On the other hand, if you do not need sunscreen and you can very easily, you are definitely a warm undertone. Naturally, it is best to always wear sunscreen no matter if you are a cool or a warm skin type simply because you want to avoid skin cancer. Again, the best way to do that is under natural daylight because the interior light from bulbs in the house can change the results and how they are perceived.

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