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The Best Guide to Choosing the Ideal Makeup for Your Appearance Type

The choice of makeup seems infinite today. But while some shades highlight our best features, others don’t let them shine. Such things depend on your appearance type: your complexion and hair and eye color.

We brings you a daring photo project where we arranged appearance types by the names of the seasons and gave good and bad variations of makeup for each of them. Take a look, and share your opinions!

The “summer” girl has a cool and smooth appearance with calm and aristocratic features. Cool and subdued tones are her best option, while soft warm shades, such as peach, should only be used as a supplement.

Skin tone

Foundation can be cool pink or warm beige. In “summer” girls, the former will bring out the pink subtone of the skin, resulting in an unhealthy reddish glare. A beige foundation is, therefore, best.

Eyebrows

Even if there are warm golden locks in your hair, your eyebrows still look better with cold shades. We used a cold brown one.

Rouge and eye makeup

Unlike with foundation, we’ve applied a cool shade of rouge to underline the fresh and healthy look of the skin. Warm tones, on the contrary, make it seem tired and dull.

Warm greenish shades of eye makeup accentuate the redness of the skin, while pinkish-brown shades with a light milk color in the corner of the eye and below the eyebrow add fresh lightness to the image.

Lips

On the left side, we applied a cold but daring fuchsia lipstick. It doesn’t fit the overall image, being too bright and attracting too much attention. On the right, we used a dulled but rich red coral that made the image look like a single whole, complete with makeup and hair color.

The “spring” girl is a warm and soft type. She usually features light, pure, and tender tones with thin light skin and freckles.

Skin tone

We chose a light and warm beige foundation for our “spring” girl. A cool one didn’t quite fit the warm and light skin of the model.

Eyebrows

Warm and soft shades of the eyebrows are much better for the “spring” girl, while cold shades look too rough on her tender face.

Rouge and eye makeup

Cold pink shades make the skin look sickly red, so we picked a rouge of warm and fresh peach.

Golden-brown colors look like they belong here. The eyes become expressive, and the look is bright. Cold red shades didn’t fit, though: they brought out the redness of the skin and made the look dull.

Lips

The cool shade of the lipstick on the left underlines the red tone in the skin and doesn’t fit the hair and eye color. The warm red on the right, though, makes the “spring” girl look brighter, more vigorous and attractive, and brings out the healthy fresh look of the skin and the glint in her eyes.

The “fall” girl has a warm appearance that is full of contrasts, with golden tints in her hair and amber or hazel in her eyes.

Skin tone

A cool pink foundation makes the face dull and reddish. We chose a warm beige over it.

Eyebrows

Warm shades of eyebrows suit the “fall” type best. They go well with the hair color, while the reddish-brown tint accentuates the irises of the eyes.

Rouge and eye makeup

A cold shade of rouge underlines the skin redness, while warm tones are just what’s needed. We chose a rouge the color of ripe strawberries, making our “fall” girl’s cheeks delicious.

Almost any shadows suit brown eyes. We opted for warm and deep tones of mossy-green with a greenish-golden tint. A cold purple shade accentuated the redness of the eyes, so we chose not to use it.

Lips

Cool and light pink shades are simply lost on the bright face of our “fall” model, not becoming her at all. The rich wine-red shade of the lipstick complemented her expressive image nicely.

The “winter” girl’s appearance is contrasting and cold, with fair skin, dark hair, and deep, bright eyes. This type is best suited to cool shades.

Skin tone

Warm tan shades make the “winter” girl’s skin look older, so we picked a cold light shade of foundation.

Eyebrows

Let’s leave warm tones for the “warm“ ladies of spring and fall. ”Wintry” eyebrows should only be cold! They go well with the cool color of her hair and make the image more expressive.

Rouge and eye makeup

Warm ginger rouge can only make this young girl appear old, so we chose light pink colors in cool shades for her skin. They looked just gorgeous.

Warm shades don’t fit our model. But when we picked cold purple tints and combined them with icy white ones, our “winter” became as beautiful as could be. Her eyebrows and lashes got more expressive, and her skin became fresher.

Lips

Warm lipstick looks out of place here, while pure light pink shades completed the image and made our “winter” girl both bright and tender at the same time.

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