The Perfect Shade
It’s not as easy as simply swatching some drops of color on your back and making a decision. First, you will need to determine whether your undertones are warm, cool or neutral. To find the perfect match, you can try several color options that correspond to your undertones on your chest and jawline.
The Perfect Finish
No longer are you limited to choosing between matte and dewy. There are many options for finishes, including matte, natural, luminous and even Instagram-worthy Japanese skincare-inspired glass skin.
Although it’s fine to have a foundation that works all the time, foundations today are builtable coverage. This basically means that everything inside is three products in one. These foundations are versatile. They can provide sheer coverage with just one layer, medium coverage using two layers, and additional coverage where you require it like concealer.
What foundation is best for dark skin tone?
When it comes to finding the perfect foundation for dark skin tones, the ideal candidate will be inclusive of a wide range of shades, formulated specifically for your particular undertone (warm, cool, or neutral), feature the desired finish (matte, dewy, natural, or blurred/pore-perfecting), and provide the coverage you’re after (light, medium, or full).
What is the best foundation color for dark skin?
Start by identifying your undertones and then try as many colors as you can on your chest and jawline. To ensure your skin is well-matched, you need to consider how much coverage you desire, what type of finish you prefer, and the consistency of the product.
Do you prefer foundation to be darker or lighter than your skin?
AJ Crimson, a makeup artist, says that the face doesn’t have to be one color. He said that women often mistakenly believe they are one color. Many women of color might need more than one foundation shade to highlight their unique features.