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1. Soft Colored Lips
You know how tanned or olive skin looks great with crimson lips? We dont ladies, so lay off the harsh and bold colored lips and go with sandy pinks, rosy pinks and soft apricots. Trust me, this is going to make your entire face look more beautiful and will really bring out those beautiful lips you have!
2. Cool Shades for Eyes
When you have pale skin, makeup tricks can be something as simple as finding the right shade for your eyes! Pale colors actually look great on pale skin. Champagne, grays, soft pinks and even cool brown hues all match well and will really make your eyes pop out!
3. Blush Options
When you have alabaster skin, blush is your best friend. Dont overdo it though ladies, just keep it natural! pale pinks, soft peaches and even apricot are all great blush options and makeup tricks that work with your porcelain skin tone!
4. Dark mascara
Your eyes are where you can get really nutty with the colors and can even go a little darker. Dark mascara (blackest black is what I use) worked best with fair skin because it is dramatic. Avoid plum, blue and even soft black mascaras go all out and make those eyelashes pop!
5. Liquid Liner Is Key
I have to admit, I used to use liquid liner years ago, I have since slipped over to the pencil but what I read lately was that liquid is better for fairer skin. Not only will you be able to get a straighter line, but you can use all kinds of makeup Tricks on your eyes, such as the cat eye. Liquid is the best for any eye makeup I think I might have to switch back!
6. Warm Colors
When you are porcelain skinned, there are a lot of colors that you can use but you want to keep it warm. Light pinks, soft honey and peaches are all colors that flatter us fair skinned chicks. Just keep it light and airy and you should look beautiful!
7. Colors to Avoid
As with every skin tone, there are colors that us alabaster chicks should avoid. Bright, bright blues, pinks and browns around the eyes can drain us of all of the color we do have naturally in our cheeks. For blush options, make sure that you avoid anything too warm, especially when you are dealing with bronzer. You also might want to avoid using anything yellow-based, as it can truly wash you out.