Image via Stylecaster By: Perrie Samontin, Stylecaster
Have you ever tried on a blouse or a shade of lipstick that makes your skin, eyes, and face come alive, only to try another one that's almost exactly the same shade but makes you look tired, washed-out, and just generally off? The first one probably matched your skin's surface tone and undertone perfectly, while the second shade may have a totally wrong undertone.
What's that? You kinda understand, but don't really know the difference between surface tone and undertone? Join the club. When it comes to fashion and beauty, there are few buzzwords as prevalent as "cool undertones" and "warm undertones" In fact, we're always hearing that identifying which category we fall into is integral to our overall attractiveness, but finding out where we fall is still shrouded in confusion.
The first step in grasping the concept? Understanding that our skin's surface tone is the color you'd describe yourself as having (ivory, light, medium, tan, dark,Read More »from How to Figure Out What Colors Look Best on You