Monthly archives: February, 2020

Stand out from the crowd with red hair.

If you choose the right shade of red, you can choose this color regardless of your skin tone. However, fair skin will start to glow easily with a shade of red. People with pale, cold skin or a neutral complexion should wear shades of light red like strawberry blonde. Pale skin with a shade of …

Play with shades of brown.

Brown hair will go well with any skin tone and it’s much easier to find the right shade. Cold skin tones stand out better with ash browns, especially if you add streaks to them. Try the chestnut. Warm skin tones stand out better with rich browns. Find chocolate or mocha browns. If you have a …

Choose a shade of blonde.

Blonde hair is particularly prettier on lighter skin, but blonde hair can adapt to any complexion if you choose the right shade. Choose cool shades like platinum or champagne if you have a cold complexion. Choose warm shades like honey and caramel for a warm complexion. Any shade of blonde will go well with a …

Find a source of natural light.

Different bulbs can have a different effect on your skin. They could give you a more yellow or green complexion which will interfere with the color of your skin. Choose a sunny place to find your nuances to avoid going wrong. Try to sit by a window. If you have a place where you can …

Think about how your skin reacts to the sun.

Do you tan easily? Do you get sunburn or freckles? The amount of melanin in your skin determines how it reacts to exposure to the sun and helps you determine your skin tone. If you can easily and rarely get sunburned, you have more melanin and you probably have a warm or neutral complexion. If …

Find its nuances

Hold a piece of paper against your face. Look at yourself in a mirror and try to see what your skin looks like by comparing it to the white sheet of paper. It might look a little yellow, blue-red, or pinkish, or it might look more like a gray color. If your skin looks yellowish …

How to determine your complexion

Your skin tone is something different from the color tone of your skin (which can be light, medium or dark). Your complexion will stay the same regardless of your exposure to the sun, even if you are pale in winter and tanned in summer. There are three different shades: cold, warm and neutral [1]. It …

Why do humans have different skin colors?

White skin, black skin or intermediate shade … The different skin colors of humans are an adaptation to the differences in intensity of ultraviolet rays according to regions of the world. Ultraviolet radiation is stronger in Africa than in Europe or North America, for example. So, it makes sense that people from different countries have …

Facial skin color

The skin has different colors depending on its origins, each skin is unique and reacts in a particular way to the environment. There are all possible skin colors, due to the mixing of populations. The different hues found in the current population show a continuous degradation of colors and shades (in tone) varied from very …

What is a Healthy Skin?

What exactly is the recipe for healthy skin? You keep asking me about my skin and how I maintain it. As you know, I have struggled for a long time with sensitive and frizzy skin that is a little extra difficult to care for than many other skin types. I have spent a long time …