LIGHT If your colouring type is ‘Light’,this is definitely your time of year to shop! Light Aqua is a gorgeous shade to wear in warm weather and works beautifully paired with Mint (if you are ‘Light and Cool’) for an easy, breezy combination or Peach (if you are Light and Warm).
Lipstick: Try the new Tropical Ice (for warm skin tones or Plum Sherbert (cool tones), or if your prefer a lipgloss try Mango (warm) or pink shell (cool).
DEEP Rather than be tempted by the paler shades that don’t work so well with your colouring, instead choose one of your more vibrant shades like Turquoise, which will look fabulous on you in warmer months.Lipstick: Try the new Mocha Berry lipstick or Sangria lipgloss.
WARM Make a sunny statement in Primrose or Daffodil (just as Victoria Beckham did recently), both of which look perfect paired with Light Navy.Lipstick – Coral and Mango Punch or Dune lipgloss.
Sapphire combined with Icy Blue will ensure you stay cool in the holiday crowds this Summer. You look fabulous when you wear your colours in contrast so don’t be afraid to try bold combinations!Lipstick: Plumberry, Soft Plum or Sueded Rose lipsticks will be lovely on you, with a Pink Shell gloss on top for extra sheen!
CLEAR Bright, vibrant shades are the mainstay of your palette and now is the time to get colourful! Chinese Blue with Lemon Yellow, Apple Green with Light Aqua, the possibilities are endless so experiment and have fun!Lipstick: Try the new Joy or Glam lipsticks for a bright lip colour this summer, with Dune or Pink Shell gloss on top perhaps?
SOFT When wearing lighter shades from your palette you need to balance them with tones one or two shades deeper. Emerald Turquoise worn with Mint is a beautifully fresh combination for hot Summer days.Lipstick: For a barely there look try Tropical Ice (warmer tones) or Plum Sherbert (cooler tones) to give your look a little polish. Or simply choose a Warm Sand or Pink Shell gloss.
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