How to Choose Colors That Flatter Your Skin Tone

Choosing the right bikini to flatter your shape can be hard enough it itself, but what about choosing a bikini that compliments your skin tone? Check out our hair and skin guide below to find your skin tone and go-to colors.

Warm Skin Tones

Your hair color: It can range from dark brown to dark blonde hair.
Your skin tone: Has a yellow, peachy or golden undertone. Olive complexions are warm skin tones.
Celebs with warm skin tones: Jennifer Lopez, Nicole Kidman, Jessica Alba, Beyoncé, Kim Kardashian.
Your best warm colors: Oranges, reds, golden yellow, peach, coral, gold.
Your best cool colors: Olive, deeper turquoise, green moss, magenta.
Your best neutrals: Taupe, cappuccino, creamy whites.
Colors to avoid: Icy shades like ice blue, jeweled tones (amethyst, sapphire).


Cool Skin Tones 

Your hair color: It can range from very dark brown or black to light blonde.
Your skin tone: Has a pink, red, or bluish undertone. It can range from very fair to very dark.
Celebs with cool skin tones: Scarlett Johansson, Anne Hathaway, Lucy Liu, Cameron Diaz
Your best cool colors: Bright blue, royal blue, emerald, amethyst, deep purples, lavender, pink.
Your best warm colors: Ruby, bright rose, pale yellow.
Your best neutrals: Gray, navy, bright white.
Colors to avoid: Oranges and strong yellows.


Neutral Skin Tones

Your hair color: Is a combination of colors (ash blonde or brown with warmer tones).
Your eye color: Most neutrals have hazel eyes that change depending on the color they are wearing. wear.
Your skin tone: A mix of warm and cool undertones.  It can be hard to determine.
Celebs with neutral skin tones: Angelina Jolie and Rachel McAdams
Your best colors: Neutral colors that fall in the middle of the color spectrum. As a neutral, you can wear anything on the color wheel, but it's best to go for softened or muted versions of a color.  Light peach, dusty pinks, soft rose, blush, blue, jade green, sage green.
Your best neutrals: Taupes, grays, off-whites.
Colors to avoid: Anything too bright or vibrant like a bright red or yellow.  








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