Revlon40+ Amazing Revlon Shades of Lipstick For Different Skin Tones

40+ Amazing Revlon Shades of Lipstick For Different Skin Tones

How to choose lipstick shades for different skin tones Here is a lipstick guide for selecting your lipstick shade according to your skin tones. 1. Light skin tone: Lipsticks with pink hues go well with this skin tone like the Revlon Rise Up Rose. If you want to go nude, a pale shade of nude is best like the Revlon Dare to be Nude. 2. Medium skin tone: For tanned to wheatish skin tone, mauve shades look great like the Revlon Audacious Mauve. If you’re thinking of going for a nude shade then a shade of nude that isn’t too pale or too dark would work best like the Revlon Superstar Brown. 3. Dusky skin: Try out berry colours if you have a deep or dusky skin tone. If Nude is the way you want to go, try out darker shades of nude, one to two shades lighter or darker like the Revlon Chocolate Velvety or Dolled Up. How to choose lipstick shades for different undertones 1. Warm Undertone: Go bold, go bright with reds, oranges, or terracotta browns. The Revlon Really Red for example or the Revlon Look At Me. 2. Cool Undertone: Lipstick shades with blue or purple undertones work best for people with cool undertones like this Revlon So Lit lipstick, or Cha Cha cherry. Any bright cherry red, deep plum, or cranberry would be good. 3. Neutral Undertone: People with neutral undertones have a wide range of shades to select from. Anything from deep wine to light shades of nude will look good. Like this Revlon Dare to be Nude or Get Noticed. Also read how to choose lipstick for special event and days.