Do you often notice that color of your base is different from color of your neck? Does your face look ashy after you put on makeup? It's dilemma of choosing wrong makeup base!
The whiter base makeup, better. If you choose wrong color, you will look like you are about to sing in a Peking opera, because complexion cannot be transferred well to neck and body, and delicacy of makeup will be greatly reduced.
Today, editor will teach you how to distinguish olive skin from cold white!What is olive skin?
Olive skin, referred to as cold white skin, has a green skin tone, and green is a combination of yellow and blue, so it looks yellow at first glance but has a cool undertone. This skin color is quite common in Asian women, but in most people I have only heard of pinks and yellows. Asian women tend to have lighter skin than European and American girls. Most European and American girls have healthy olive or dark skin. Asian girls often ignore this tone and classify themselves as yellow to white.If you have following characteristics, then you probably belong to "olive skin"! 1) Skin color varies greatly under different light sources.
Skin looks fair in white light or outdoors in fine weather, but looks dirty in yellow light or in a dimly lit dark room. People judge your skin tone differently in different lighting.2) suitable for silver jewelry
If you think you have yellow skin but wear gold jewelry, it looks edgy, and silver jewelry makes your complexion clear. This is iron proof that you have cold yellow skin!
Have you seen which of above applies to olive skin?3) Not suitable for maple red lipstick
Olive skin is more suitable for cool tones than warm ones, especially dark blue can make you look lighter. Blue-red lips suit you better than maple red.
You can compare colormap next to face to see which color makes skin color appear brighter next to it.
Stand under sun and compare it with your friends. You will see that skin color is green or gray, and method of determining blood vessels is inaccurate.
In a hurry to throw away liquid foundation on your hands? etc! The editor had a coup~
Mix a small amount of a greenish primer with a neutral liquid foundation and you're done~ Use a small amount or you'll be Shrek!