Find the Right Foundation for Your Skin Tone
Why does the color of my neck and face look so different? Why is my face looking so white? Why is my makeup making me look so dull?
We know the struggle is real, and that’s why we’re here to help you out. The trick is to find the best makeup foundation according to your skin tone. A makeup foundation is just as customizable as your go-to coffee order, with many shades, finishes, and coverage levels available.
- Determine your Undertone
Your skin tone means your complexion and skin color, while the colors that come through your skin and influence the overall hue of the face are undertones. They can be either cold, warm, or neutral.
Tip: You are cool-toned if your veins will look blue or purple, while green veins suggest warm-toned skin.
- Understand your Skin Type
Knowing your skin type is an essential step in helping you pick the base’s right formula. Use a creamy foundation stick from SERY if you’ve got dry skin. Our range of Click’ N’ Fix portable foundation sticks give radiant, natural-looking skin with a weightless formula that moisturizes dry skin.
If you are looking for the best stick foundation for oily skin, add our Fix ‘N’ Click compact and finishing powder along with the SERY foundation stick. It ensures a matte finish by soaking excessive oil from your skin.
Tip: If your skin feels tight, you likely have dry skin. If you have a noticeably shiny nose and forehead, you have oily skin.
- Find your Perfect Shade
The best makeup foundation for you doesn’t have to be an exact match; since the hues will vary during the day, you may choose a slightly lighter shade than your skin tone.
At SERY, we offer three different shades of Click ‘N’ Fix foundation sticks – Ivory, Natural, and Sand. Formulated with a blend of emollients like white clay and red raspberry, these easy-to-carry foundation sticks offer flawless application and coverage.
Tip: The right hue will disappear on your skin, i.e., proof of perfect blending.
How To Match Foundation To SkinBefore you order your foundation, ensure that you choose a shade that fully suits your face. Do you match the foundation to face or neck? The foundation you choose should match both your face and neck.
We hope you’ve made notes and are ready to ace your base!