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Skin tone: Fair
Bronzer: Look for the very lightest shades of
bronzer. You don’t want to apply a bronzer that is too dark and risk having
your face be an entirely different color than the rest of your body!
Blush: Fair skin tones look pretty with light shades of pink.
Anything too harsh or bold can turn out looking like way too much makeup. Keep it light and simple.
The Lips: It’s good to match your lips with your
blush to keep things consistent and coordinated. Try a pale pink lippie to match
those slightly rosy cheeks.
Creamy Lipstick, $9, forever21.com
Bronzer in Sunlight, $5, walmart.com
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Skin tone: Medium
Bronzer: Find a bronzer that matches your skin
tone and adds a little more color. Orange-ish undertones make this bronzer a
great choice for a very natural look.
Blush: Coral or peach is the way to go. It’s not too light and it’s
not too dark of a pink that’s could double for stage makeup. Eek!
The Lips: A coral lip looks great with a medium
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Powder Blush, Peach Glow, $25, beauty.com
Butter Lipstick, $6, nyxcosmetics.com
Skin Bronzing Face Powder Sunny, $3, cvs.com
Skin Tone: Olive
Bronzer: Choose darker shades of bronzer that can
blend into your skin tone. Just make sure your face color shade blends well
with your neck and décolletage, too.
Blush: Olive tones can get away with a bolder blush. Colors like
lilac, violet and berry are good choices for you. Avoid the light pinks because
they may end up making your face look powdery instead of natural and smooth.
The Lips: A bold berry lip is great on olive skin
tones. Purples work great on all skin tones but they work well with olive
because of the yellow undertones in your skin. Psst: Purple and yellow are
Riche Balm, $6, target.com
Hot Pink Cream
Blush, $7, ulta.com
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Baked Bronzer, $9, walmart.com
Skin tone: Dark
Bronzer: Look for bronzers that have the word
“golden” or “medium.” These are warm dark brown tones that will match well with
your skin tone and give that extra glow you want.
Blush: Skip the blush and go for a highlighter instead. Highlighter
is great because it can really enhance your cheekbones and redefines the shape
of your face.
The Lips: Red gives a lot of punch and stands out
well with a dark skin tone. Stay away from light shades of pink and go for the
Riche Lipstick Raspberry Rush, $6, target.com
Baked Highlighter, $3, eyeslipsface.com
Lasting Matte Pressed Powder, $8, pgestore.com
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