Flaunt your beauty!

February 10, 2012 12:44
Flaunt your beauty!

Those dark colored eyes and black thick hair are your assets? Then dress up to compliment the same. want to know how? Then read further;

Consider your skin's undertones by looking at a makeup-free face in a mirror. Your hair and eye color suggest you have black skin, brown skin or olive skin with yellow undertones.

Complement black skin with blue undertones by choosing bold, vivid primary colors. Consider black, true white, blue reds, royal blues, fuchsia, lemon yellow, hot pink and blue greens. Select icy or cool-toned pastels.

Complement black or brown skin with yellow or golden undertones, as well as olive skin with yellow undertones, by choosing bold primary colors. Black, true gray and navy will make great base colors for your wardrobe. Icy and cool pastels will bring out your features.

Avoid shades of soft yellow, rose, mauves and soft pastels; they'll make you appear sallow and drain the color from your face.

Go shopping. You're armed with personally empowering information, so get out there and use it!

Try on colors that you've determined to be well suited to your coloring. Step out of the dressing room into light that is as close to daylight as possible. Ask a friend or sales associate for a second opinion.

Look at yourself against a white or off-white background for an undistorted view of the color.

Some more suggestions;

Experiment. There are a million colors out there; if you're unsure which one is right for you, try it on and get a few opinions.

Color blind? Find someone you trust, give her your list of colors and have her help you select the most complementary shades for you.

If you find a color you like that is outside your range, consider it for pants or a skirt. Keep it far away from your face.

so, not only our life, even to know how best can we look is not less than as deep as a Ocean!

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